A few updates for the end of 2016…
- I will be rolling out the live band in the new year and I’m pleased to confirm Rewire Festival in The Hague, NL (31st March – 2nd April 2017) – tickets available now.
- Read reviews of new album Site Specific from Igloomag (“Futuristic, jazz-infused electronica that captures the mind and soul”), Fluid Radio (“Easily slips into my top 10 albums for 2016”) and Tower Records (“Delicate tones, thrilling development and realism… a unique band sound”).
- I produced a bass heavy remix of Ilya Beshevli’s ‘Wanderer’ alongside contributions from Simeon Mobile Disco and Palmbomen, available as a digital or vinyl EP now.
Watch two songs (Second Scene & Site Specifc) from forthcoming album Site Specific performed live with Gareth Davis, Dan Moore and Mark Whitlam. Bookings via contact page, album out 11th November 2016, pre-order now at iTunes etc.
I will be debuting material from forthcoming album Site Specific with a full band at Union Chapel (London) on 15th October 2016 as part of Daylight Music (Arctic Circle) alongside Emily Hall and Resina. Joining me will be Gareth Davis (Bass Clarinet), Dan Moore (Rhodes) & Mark Whitlam (Drums). Full details on the Union Chapel site and Facebook.
Ryan Teague | Storm or Tempest May Stop Play [Live] EP
King Tree KTX003 (2015)
The live recording of Storm or Tempest May Stop Play, my composition for Javanese Gamelan is now available as a digital EP from all the usual places. Proceeds from sales will go to the Orangutan Foundation (UK). Previews here:
I will be premiering a new work ‘Storm or Tempest May Stop Play’ for Javanese Gamelan at the Union Chapel, London on 18th July 2015. The event is staged by Arctic Circle/Daylight Music and will also feature the UCC Handbell Ringers and Angèle David-Guillou. The event runs from 12:00 -14:00 and entry is free! More details at the Arctic Circle Facebook page and Union Chapel online.
This composition and performance is kindly supported by the Arts Council England.