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1 review »Ryan Teague sounds like an interesting fella. A minimalist composer, producer and arranger based in Bristol, Teague's film and TV credits boast work for Coca-Cola, Subaru, Universal Music Group and the BBC!! Not frickin' bad going, sir. Nice to see he's also found the time to produce this lovely CD for Village Green Records. Teague's schtick involves the merging of classical instrumentation wi ... »
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Field Drawings by Ryan Teague
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 24 February 2012

Ryan Teague sounds like an interesting fella. A minimalist composer, producer and arranger based in Bristol, Teague's film and TV credits boast work for Coca-Cola, Subaru, Universal Music Group and the BBC!! Not frickin' bad going, sir. Nice to see he's also found the time to produce this lovely CD for Village Green Records. Teague's schtick involves the merging of classical instrumentation with electronic processing, the resulting sound being closer to a lightly synthesised orchestra as opposed to the avant garde sound destruction approach you might expect nowadays. Teague's composition is playfully and tentative siding with magical melodies and tasteful use of electronics to augment his heavily arranged pieces. It's pretty tame, inoffensive stuff but it's delightful with it. I can see why this guy gets a lot of commercial work as this sounds like the kind of modern composition people go nuts for nowadays. At times it hits on the Glass/Riech/Riley vibe but for the most part it reminds me of the light touch of Mark Motherbaugh's work for TV ads and Wes Anderson movies and occasionally Yann Tiersen's Amelie soundtrack.




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