Ryan Summers Releases the Eclectic ‘Undo Influence,’ an Industrial Showpiece
January 28, 2021
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By JOHN DALY
Ryan Summers has amassed an eclectic collection of synth-infused pop songs, called Undo Influence and the music will surely get any aficionado talking.
Experimental and industrial in its presentation the music features compelling harmonies and a strong beat.
“Chasm” is the outstanding single on the collection. Summers is wise to open with this interesting composition. It’s a futuristic spaghetti western with some sonic footholds to the past.
The vocals on “Chasm” are like Beach Boys-meets-Dan Fogelberg. There is an absolutely undeniable Bee Gees influence on the work of Summers. The work also draws inspiration from The Doors, as evidenced across the album.
Summers plays all instruments on this production and he has blended all the tracks in a creative way.
Musician Names/Instruments: Ryan Summers/everything
Producers: Ryan Summers, Jason Lee (Co-Producer on “Chasm” and “Holy Criminal”)
Tracklist: “Chasm”, “The Curious Story of Brad Halsey”, “Follow You”, “Freezer Burn Sumadhi”, “Holy Criminal”, “Let Us Pray”, “Osiris Stone”, “Sons of Gallow”, “There Is Nothing For Me Here”, “Uncharted Sector”, “Warp Coil”
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