Dylan Ryan Sand

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Dylan Ryan Sand

Featuring his volatile and dramatic trio Sand, Sky Bleached is Dylan Ryan’s debut album under his own name, but the insistently exploratory Los Angeles-based drummer and composer isn’t making a first impression. Ryan is bandstand veteran who’s spent the past decade collaborating with an array of galvanizing musicians across a wide array of creative rock, jazz and alternative scenes in Chicago and Los Angeles. His last trip east was highlighted by a much lauded Winter Jazz Festival performance. Sand features Timothy Young, one of the busiest and most versatile guitarist’s in Los Angeles. Recently Young has performed with the likes of David Sylvian, Rebecca Pidgeon, John Zorn, Beck, and Fiona Apple.
“Dylan Ryan is a drummer adept at combining his jazz skills with adventurous rock, resulting in music that maintains the cerebral and viceral qualities of both. Sand finds him in a trio… the set is split almost evenly between the drummer’s compositions–engaging guitar melodies delivered with the heft of prog rock–and group improvs that succeed whether they’re gentle or vicious…” – JazzTimes
“In his new band, Sand, Ryan couldn’t have found a better guitarist than Tim Young, who could be mistaken for Bill Frisell, if Frisell enjoyed punching random people in the face. With an ass-kicking palate of sonic texture, Ryan, Young and bassist Devin Hoff offer something in between John Zorn’s raucous free-jazz and the romantic stylings of Black Sabbath.” – L.A. Weekly
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Dylan Ryan Sand
Event Category: Live Music
When: July 30, 2013
Time: 9:30pm
Where: Joes Pub
Cost: $$14
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