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Friday 12th February 2016

Trust Me (Club Only no radio plays)

Release date: TBC Label: Sony


Learning his craft at the junction of house music and big bass, Ryan Blyth has become known for a DJ and production style blending melodic vocals and driving bass lines.

The result on the dancefloor is peak time energy with a dark and heavy backdrop.

Influenced in his formative years by Armand Van Helden, Erick Morillo, Carl Cox, and Tiga, Ryan is part of the new wave of electronic artists influencing the evolution of house music into it’s next chapter

Paying his dues with self run club nights in his native Yorkshire and a string of underground releases Ryan has built up 3 million plays on his Soundcloud alone and fast approaching 20,000 followers.

For his latest release Ryan has teamed up with long standing collaborator and songwriter After 6 for the infectious ‘Trust Me’ featuring vocals from The Flirtations.

‘Trust Me’ has already gained support from Cameo, Mistajam, Steve Smart and Danny Howard and has marked it’s territory as the defining record of the Autumn.

Having already performed in 2015 at Ministry Of Sound, Sankeys Ibiza, The Royal Albert Hall and the Outbreak Festival amongst other notable stops on the global electronic circuit, Ryan’s 2016 live schedule is already looking very hectic. And with ‘Trust Me’ set for an early 2016 release you can be sure that it will only be getting busier.


Craig & Scott

Posted by Craig Jones