Today sees the release of Luca D’Alberto’s ‘Endless Reworks’ album on 7k! featuring a reworked version of ‘Blessed Messenger’ by myself. Available from all the usual places!
‘Discover Ryan Teague’ Spotify playlist featuring personal selections from various LPs and EPs can be heard here:
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.
New album Site Specific is available now on Vinyl (180g + Download Codes), CD and Digital Download from all the usual places. The album features contributions from Gareth Davis (Bass Clarinet) and Dan Nicholls (Fender Rhodes) amongst others, and crosses contemporary cinematic ambience with polyrhythmic minimalist jazz. Previews here:
New album Site Specific is finished and will be released on Vinyl, CD & Digital formats this autumn 2016. Pre-order will be available in September along with the first single and live shows on the horizon… more detail over the coming weeks.
The Last Known Position EP is now available on 12″ vinyl and digital download. The EP features a new extended version of the title track as well as stunning remixes from Plaid, The Field and Errors. Available now from all the usual places!
“Block Boundaries is the new album from minimalist composer Ryan Teague building on his previous releases for Type, Sonic Pieces and current label Village Green. Inspired by the theme of Psychogeography, the record fuses acoustic instrumentation with electronic and processed material, taking the listener on a hallucinogenic Ballardian journey through the urban landscape.”