20 Songs, 1 Hour 31 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings
23 Ratings
The Real Jexxii ,

Out of Body Experience at It’s Best!

I can barely type this, from feeling completely overwhelmed with emotions I can’t explain. Ryan’s music is definitely out of this world. I literally fell in love with music all over again from just hearing one song. As a singer/songwriter there isn’t a single artist that has EVER made me feel what I feel right now from listening to Ryan’s album. He is the muse I’ve been looking for…its like finding your soulmate, but in music. If your imagination embarks on journeys unknown, such as mine, you will definitely love this album.

Medic654 ,


My blood pressure drop 100 points when I listen to Ryan Farish. The world just slows down a bit.

Dumluk2002 ,

sounds good!

I am hoping the rest of the album sounds just as great! Hopefully back to more of the earlier chill music.

About Ryan Farish

Composer and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Farish describes his music as "positive chillout," though his fusion of dance, electronica, and chill-out has earned him a following that spans the boundaries of genre. Originally from Norfolk, Virginia, Farish began taking music lessons and writing melodies when he was just four years of age. As a teenager, he studied music performance at Norfolk's Old Dominion University, and later studied music business at UCLA. In 2000, Farish began taking his music public by posting material on the website MP3.com; his music soon developed a loyal following, and in time he racked up 1.8 million downloads from the site. The same year, he also released his first album, In the Day, through a small independent label, and in 2004 he signed with EMI to release his breakthrough album Beautiful.

Since then, Farish had produced a steady stream of albums and singles, establishing his own Rytone Entertainment label to give him full control over his marketing and distribution. Farish's career received a tremendous boost when the cable network The Weather Channel began using his music as part of their broadcasts; his distinctive, soothing melodies became a staple of their Local on the 8's segment, his music was featured on the compilation album The Weather Channel Presents: The Best of Smooth Jazz, and Farish was commissioned to write the theme for the TWC's popular series Storm Stories.

He has also licensed his music for use in a variety of television programs, motion pictures, commercials, and promotional films. In addition, he has worked with a number of other noted artists, including vocalist Donna Lewis and musician and producer Paul Hardcastle, and has collaborated with gospel vocal group Trin-I-Tee 5:7; "Listen" earned him a Dove Award in 2008 from the Gospel Music Association. And Farish's music is a frequent presence on YouTube; his song "Pacific Wind" accompanied a video created to pay homage to American soldiers fighting in Iraq which has received well over 30 million views. Farish has remained highly prolific, delivering a bevy of albums including 2010's Bloom, 2011's Upon a Dream, 60 on the iTunes dance charts. Two years later, he returned with Spectrum. In 2017, Farish released the full-length United, which showcased a softer sound influenced by the birth of his daughter. ~ Mark Deming

Virginia Beach, VA



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