Ryan Schwabe

2010

Restorations - Strange Behavior

Mastering, 2010Ryan SchwabeComment

I’m calling it now: Philadelphia is the place to be for punk rockin’. Sure, we’ve had many a band from Dr. Dan Yemin, but with acts like the Menzingers, Stay Sharp and the Holy Mess delivering a golden shower of sexy hits, it’s clear that things are going well in the city of brotherly shove. Add to that list Restorations, an indie-tinged punk act that is either a spacier Lucero/Gaslight Anthem-type act or a punker Broken Social Scene. Either way, their new-ish 12-inch EP, Strange Behavior, is tops.
— Punknews.com

Monument - Goes Canoeing

Mastering, 2010Ryan SchwabeComment

Goes Canoeing is a fun listen crafted by a group of dudes that know their roots, and hopefully their sense of history will inspire a new generation to give a misunderstood genre a chance.
— altpress.com

Snowing - I Could Do Whatever I Wanted If I Wanted

Mastering, 2010Ryan SchwabeComment

An immediate aspect of the record is that it’s blatantly personal, a musical equivalent to spilling one’s guts out while intoxicated.
— sputnikmusic.com

Birdie Busch - Everyone Will Take You In

2010, MasteringRyan SchwabeComment

Birdie Busch’s music hardly fits into a specific category or genre. Her atmospheric folk has strains of country-blues, and rockability. She sings about magic, luck, the universe, and the human heart speeding off on dangerous missions.
— wxpn.com

Everyone Everywhere ‎– A Lot Of Weird People Standing Around

2010, MasteringRyan SchwabeComment

  • Recorded By Unknown
  • Mixed By Unknown
  • Mastered By Ryan Schwabe
  • Artist: Everyone Everywhere
  • Album Title: A Lot Of Weird People Standing Around
  • Released: 2010
  • Recording Format: 24 bit, 44.1
  • Record Label: Evil Weevil Records
The influences of classic ‘90s emo and power pop are all over these four songs, but the execution is so passionate and the sound so crisp that a few cribbed stylistic notes here and there aren’t nothing.
— Exclaim.ca

Restorations - Of Trees / Frankford

Mastering, 2010Ryan SchwabeComment

Boyfriends // Boys and Sex

2010, MasteringRyan SchwabeComment

When “Peach Juice” starts, you think you’re getting the kind of cool, nimble track the Promise Ring might have offered in the mid-‘90s, until that sheared yell is yowled overtop. It’s a bit of a curveball.
— Punknews.org