Terence Ryan

Whether working double jobs in high school, trying college for a bit or a warehouse job at a mom and pop hardware company he always found his way to the basement of the family home to make music. A self taught musician, producer, engineer Terence spent years down there refining, what is today, his craft. Terence makes a modern brand of folk; infused with indie rock and hip hop he seems to effortlessly meander between genres and influences – Coldplay, Kanye, Death Cab for Cutie – using his history as the tach. Like so many before him in this storytelling artform he simply relies on the tools at hand; nowadays that means the Internet, an outdated version of Logic Express, an old banjo, midi keys and a cast of neighbors, friends, family and strangers all struggling to carve out a life. Terence is full time at the warehouse now and stays through the night to write and record. The Will Word & Hand EP is a testament to that hard work. Five beautifully constructed songs that ache with a life so full it can’t help but spill over into dream…