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Currently working as a freelancer on Long Island, Ryan spends most of his free time reading, writing, seeing shows, or going on adventures. It is not uncommon to find him with his head in a book one minute, and doing the Aztec two-step the next.
Run-DMC decided they were going to combine the fantasy and mysticism that comes with the holiday with real life experiences, detailing past Christmas’ spent with their families in their hometown of Hollis, Queens.
The album, he declared, was influenced by hearing the group Knife Party, and deciding to create an EDM based album with a slew of popular musicians.
This is Part 1 of a series looking at the history of Phish in Albany. Look for Parts 2 and 3 in the coming weeks before Phish's return to the Capital District and the Times Union Center. On October 16 and 17, Phish will perform their 16th…
I think we get really restless musically, and want to explore new zones. Then we hear more different kinds of music we’ve never heard before, and it all gets mixed in.
Being as compact and congested as it is, New York rarely has the opportunity to host a major music festival within city limits. When the opportunity arises, promoters do as any genuine New Yorker would and spare no expense in ensuring they…
One thing I’ve always thought was good with our show was finding a good balance between crowd interaction and the fun, silliness on stage, but also balancing with a great show. I think we’ve been able to do that, and I think we also have a…
The festival is not designed to be an over the top production, but rather a place to bring people together and get to the heart and soul of the community- which it certainly achieved.
"Phish felt like this big inside joke at the time, and the festival was astounding in that we all looked around and acknowledged that a lot of people were in on the joke."