Based out of Oulu, Finland, Ryder Sinclair is a 22 year old music producer. He cites as his influences David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Kygo, and Flume, among other imaginative and creative producers. Early in his electronic music career, Ryder focused on progressive house, but more and more, he shifted his attention to a pop/ indie, bringing together elements of future genres such as future bass and future house. His mission is to create music that people enjoy listening to, music that will get people moving, and music that offers something extra, an emotional punch that sticks with you long after you hear it.
Ryder Sinclair's new single “In My Head”, Ryder Sinclair definitely brings us a cool new bop. We hear some of his influences such as David Guetta especially with the build up with a classic sound of future bass and future house with some pop elements. The vocals are stellar which really balance with the production quality of the track itself. The track is heavily syncopated which makes it even flow better especially when it leads to the build ups. The production value of this track is stellar and is without a doubt radio ready. Ryder Sinclair has definitely accomplished his goal with this track, which will get you moving and you will be sure to remember it.
Listen to "In My Head" here and check out our interview with Ryder Sinclair below!
Care to introduce yourself to our readers?
I’m a 22-year old producer from Finland, I live with my girlfriend and I have a home studio where I make my music.
Can you give us a brief history of your musical career?
I started music as a kid playing the drums and piano but later on at 16 I got into electronic music.
Do you write your own music? Can you tell us a bit about your writing style?
I compose everything myself, I write the chords melodies program the drums and mix my music myself.
We really love your new song "In My Head! Can you tell us a bit about it?
The songs was made like every other song I make. I started with the chorus first making the chords and after that I make the drums. Than later on adding other elements like the vocals, bass and additional synths.
Where did the inspiration behind "In My Head" come from?
The inspiration for the song started with chords that felt good, after that I found vocals that matched and after that everything just flowed out.
What are three things you’d love your fans to know about you?
I’d love my fans to follow me on spotify and instagram to get informed about new releases and also I’d love if they share my music with likeminded people.
Who are your top 3 musical influences who have helped share your career in the music industry?
I only have one, Jon Sine
What can fans expect from Ryder Sinclair in 2019?
Lot’s of new music!!
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