Broadband Shortwave, although very unique, was compared to groups such as Radiohead and Spoon. The talented group produced and recorded an EP called Lazy Atoms, and shared the stage with acts such as Elf Power, Via Audio, Times New Viking, Mirah, Why? and many other well-known Indie musicians. Although gaining momentum and receiving favorable reviews, the group agreed to go separate ways in the spring of 2008 in an effort to pursue their own personal ventures. His latest achievement is creating Dizzy American, an independently recorded full-length album under the name Ryan Rebo.
He began working on the album in August of 2008 and Dizzy American was completed in January of 2009. The album originated as a bedroom recording project in his home in Montana, and later graduated to a private studio space in a beautiful valley surrounded by Montana mountains. The scenery from the studio window was a great source of inspiration for Ryan as he pieced together each lyric, and instrument in the lengthy multi-tracking process. After writing, recording and mixing Dizzy American, Ryan sent the album to New York to be mastered by sound guru Fred Kevorkian (Ryan Adams, Rufus Wainwright).
Through all of his experience, Ryan is confident that the collection of his work on Dizzy American truly reflects his unique personal musical style. As he is constantly writing and recording, Ryan's goals include the production of a new album annually. He continues to cultivate throughout the industry by producing, recording, and touring; gaining an amassed fan base. Dizzy American was released in April of 2009.
The Lonely Scientist was recorded at the end of 2009 in Brooklyn, NY and will be out sometime in 2010. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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