Ryan Crane is back with awesome 10-part ‘Neon Tape’ EP
A native of Virginia, Ryan Crane embodies the idea of an artist in every sense of the word, given that his talent is not limited to music production. With a reputation built on his work around modern abstract paintings and on the production side with previous releases like ‘Hold’ and ‘Raise’ turning heads in the industry, Ryan Crane takes you on a journey through his genre-defying expression of electronic music that explores every corner of the stage. With an overall goal of expressing his exploration of the intricate details of life through his music and visual works, Ryan Crane’s career is constantly evolving and turning into something special. It consistently provides the thousands of listeners who listen to each of its releases with content they can support, especially with the new release of its 10-part EP, Neon ribbon.
Ryan Crane’s neon strip in a nutshell
In fact, Ryan Crane’s latest EP is full of new ideas and exciting sounds that give off those feel-good vibes with rousing vocals and bright melodies representing a warm and happy atmosphere. While each of these productions conveys the same sparkling message through groovy rhythms and unique, infectious sounds with masses of potential, this refined and original production proves to be perfect for the radio or the dance floor as every release this EP carries a distinct choppy vibe full of looks perfect for summer. Take the first release “Burn” on the EP for example, you can expect to hear some high energy rhythmic punches as you are engulfed in groovy basslines and rhythm that drives an insatiable feeling to get up and down. dance.
Ryan Crane has really outdone himself in terms of production quality with this release, and the Neon ribbon EP is another impressive display of work to add to his hit discography, further translating his ideal of that nonconforming vibey electronic music that he constantly focuses on. Representing Ryan Crane on this release is the well established label ‘Electric Life Records’ who have worked with him on each of their hit productions so far, so he’s definitely in good hands with it.