As the Winter cold comes to an end in the South and begins in the North, a new single by Ryan Sullivan titled “Odessa” comes at a fitting time when global club and festival culture begin to crossover. “I’ve played Odessa to many a dance floor both indoors and out to great response all over” says Ryan Sullivan, returning to his own Triplefire Music label on the back of his recent chart success on Lowbit Records (LBR184).
Ryan Sullivan is an electronic music producer and dj specialising in deep progressive house and techno with an electronica flair. Think Sasha & John Digweed meets Pink Floyd. Alongside managing Triplefire Music, he maintains a busy touring schedule and is a prolific producer who’s records have received support from a wide range of djs including Sasha, Hernan Cattaneo, Dave Seaman, Moshic, Pole Folder, Darin Epsilon, Menno de Jong, Eelke Kleijn, Pezzner, Tony Humphries, Glenn Underground and loads more who have played his music at clubs and festivals around the world.
Supporting Ryan Sullivan’s original “Odessa” single is a remix by Frezel from The Netherlands.
Known for his crossover sound and releases on a plethora of labels around the world including Traum Schallplatten, Armada and Aftertech Records, Frezel produces melodic techno with a spacey feel.
Large or small, inside or out, Odessa was created for the dance floor.
Triplefire Music – Out now
1. Original Mix
2. Frezel Remix