Ryan Viser Delivers Euphonic Brass Funk With ‘Volumetric’ via Mile High Sound Movement [Album Review]

Louisiana’s Ryan Viser has once again pleased fans with his latest EP, ‘Volumetric’. It’s been a year since the release of ‘Louder and Louder’, and his musical progression and fresh influences are evident on all four tracks. With ‘Volumetric’ coming from the heated Mile High Sound Movement label, we’re excited to see Viser getting more Colorado love in the recent months. The tantalizing vocals from Courtney Odom on ‘Silence’ serve as a great introduction to Ryan’s electronic yet melodic funk style and initiates the head bobbing in store for the full EP. We get a nice dose of brassy glitch before Courtney woos us back into Ryan’s euphonic horn melodies. Next up is ‘What It Means’, coming full force with a bass heavy beat with buttery brass to boot. With heavy guitar riffs laced in as well, this multi-layered banger shows us exactly what it means to be an innovator in the livetronica music game.

‘N-Vision’ is definitely a standout track, and we can already see it taking over the masses with its heavy dub buildup and trumpet drop. Mark our words when we say that this one will be a staple on a ton of playlists this summer. ‘History Will Judge’ is a perfect closer to the EP – keeping the grooves kicking and the soul flowing, Tre Houston’s swift and poignant lyricism is perfection atop Ryan’s glitched productions. Do yourselves a favor – blast the EP, peep the upcoming tour dates, and like the outlets below to stay updated.

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