In the next few weeks a brand new song will come out, it’s called “LVSK”. The new tune was certainly a next level moment for me, and this project. The new album isn’t done, but with this first single I landed the direction in a significant way. For some reason some of the music has a “disco” ish feel mixed with heavy atmosphere. There you have It, my appreciation towards all the folks listening, dropping me little notes online, letting me exist inside their world in sound, means the world to me. All the best, Ryan
Christina has always been my biggest believer, supporter and collaborator. And Gray is a constant inspiration. The tone of the album reflects that, and also calls back to a time in my life of curious freedom and absolute content.
Soft colors, sprinkled through a valley of gray nature. From the tinges of southern rock mostly tucked behind a hazy neo-folk sound. He’s opened a window to modernity for the sake of relevancy and creativity, and that spark is now fire. Matt’s currently touring the East Tennessee area in support of Take Me Home.
The new album for Nomadic Firs is swimming along nicely. At this point there’s no release date. Mainly just two years of exploring sounds, and experimenting with different ideas and approaches. The hope is “texture” wins out as the main theme. And, I don’t want to let this flowering solitude squander away in some kind of reclusive obscurity. So, I’m gonna try and be out there.
You’ve seen behind the curtain and can’t believe how free you felt. Until you have to go home and settle into your robotic pod of modern-day civilization
I just released the new single “Sweet Hazy” for the Nomadic Firs project. I resisted for years linking this site and my own creative endeavors, but its become clear thats silly on my part. Back in October Mystic Color Faze hit the web. The new single is off that 36 track (B sides) album. Special thanks to Ann Milner for backup vocals.
Big Ears did something fantastical. They organized a concept that starts from a nonconformist mentality. How can you institutionalize experimentation? Tame art with few limits on exploration? AC Entertainment for one weekend tamed the beast, they housed mad scientific magic, without any explosions. All while allowing room for the city to be a part of its wonders.
Soulful bends that reveal the aged heart of the road, the idea of the next life on the horizon, and a delicate delivery not afraid to express the learning and the teaching.
The music creates an atmospheric buzz, the kind that has some chicago indie soul, and the riffs that slide enough to make you feel that motion in your heart.
Part human, part purveyor of neptune electronics, JRCA has a knack for fitting lush samples on top of what could easily be imagined as a dusty noise pop jamboree, sprinkled with Caribou esque soundscapes.