Ryan Schwabe

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Moon Bounce - Clean House

2017, Mastering, Mixing, StemRyan Schwabe

Artist: Moon Bounce
Mixed By: Ryan Schwabe and Corey Regensburg
Stem Mastered By: Ryan Schwabe
Released: March 10, 2017
Record Label: Grind Select



Moon Bounce is Philadelphia’s mutant pop pioneer, Corey Regensburg. Walking the fine line between creation and disintegration, his output combines soulful vocals, bombastic percussion and explosive synthesis; obsessed with groove, yet on the verge of falling apart.
— Terrorbird.com

Museyroom - Sleight of Hand

Mastering, 2017Ryan SchwabeComment

Eclectic and vibrant, Museyroom continue to straddle the line between retro and futuristic, blending lush harmonies and classic Beatles-era psych pop with layered nuances and intricate melodies that stray closer to a perpetually sunny version of Stereolab or Olivia Tremor Control. Songs like “Manlike Boy” and “Grass Is Greener” are prime examples of past and present colliding, two songs that feel as though you’ve known them forever, reshaped into something once again exotic, the idea of “future pop” in its most natural state.
— Posttrash.com

Kerry Charles - Two Cozy Rooms Volume 1

2016, Mastering, Mixing, StemRyan SchwabeComment
  • Artist: Kerry Charles
  • Album: Two Cozy Rooms Volume 1
  • Stem Mastered By Ryan Schwabe 
  • Release Date: October 7, 2016
  • Record Label: Grind Select
  • Philadelphia Music
South Philly’s Kerry Charles, who previously released music under the moniker Science Fiction Fantasy, mixes saxophones and synths with drums and some gorgeous vocals to create some seriously groovy cold weather jams. It’ll make you want to sit back, relax, and tune out.
— Noisey

Museyroom - Pearly Whites

2016, MasteringRyan SchwabeComment

  • Mastered By Ryan Schwabe
  • Artist: Museyroom
  • Album Title: Pearly Whites
  • Released: July 2016
  • Recording Format: 24 bit, 44.1
  • Record Label: Grind Select
  • Philadelphia Music
Museyroom, the self-proclaimed pioneers of “future nostalgia,” are set to put out their self-titled debut LP in early 2016, six full years since their last release. The Brooklyn- and Philadelphia-based indie-pop three-piece have shared “Ballad,” a raid on transcendently dreamy soundscapes that knit together subtle psych-pop with ambient electronic influences. Fuzzed-out harmonies combine together in a sound climax, balanced with stuttering drums and deep bass that swell and burst into a tripped-out, wonderfully weird crescendo. “Ballad” sounds like a multitude of eccentric genres melding into one, an epic and dreamy experiment that demonstrates the mad wizardry of Museyroom. Listen below.
— Stereogum