Denver producer Ross Ryan, better known by his stage name StéLouse (‘stay-loose’), is an electronic music producer who creates a completely unique auditory experience with his genre defying sound. Since establishing the StéLouse brand in fall 2013, Ryan has championed the genre of what has been widely referred to as “future bass” with his sonically diverse productions. In less than one year, Ryan has gone from a virtual unknown, to one of electronic music’s most buzz worthy acts, and now claims a loyal fans base of music lovers and fellow producers alike.
Ryan already boasts a debut EP, “Home,” a groundbreaking sophomore effort , “The City" EP, on Australian imprint DieHigh, and his forth coming single “Brave” (due out on Atlantic owned imprint Taste And Tone). Outside of his original productions, Ryan has delivered official remixes for artists such as Viceroy, Zella Day and Jaymes Young.
Drawing from his experience in a touring rock outfit, the sound of StéLouse stems directly from Ryan’s attention to a varied genre spectrum. In his own words, Ryan calls his music “a reflection of my heart and soul. Every emotion, every love, every death, every thought and flaw...past and present...all wrapped up into one single beautiful melody, for the world to sing. This is me, this is what I do.”
This forward thinking sound has awarded StéLouse millions of plays and brought unprecedented support from power players including Bassnectar, Zed’s Dead, Alison Wonderland, A-Trak, Madeon, Lido, Cashmere Cat, Plastician, MAKJ, David Heartbreak, Kill Paris, and Cosmos Midnight. Not to mention major blog support across the internets via the likes of Earmilk, Pigeons and Planes, Stoney Roads, and Do Androids Dance who named his The City EP “one of the best of 2014”.
2015 has proved an even busier year for StéLouse between slots on festivals such as Lightning In A Bottle and What The Festival, his upcoming single, a slew of remixes, the launch of his own label/collective (Hebinomichi), and the long studio hours kept fine tuning his debut LP (due out later in the year), this roll shows no signs of slowing up anytime soon.