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Ricky Eat Acid - A whole lot of music from past few years, all of which i hope you enjoy download mp3 album

Ricky Eat Acid - A whole lot of music from past few years, all of which i hope you enjoy download mp3 album
A whole lot of music from past few years, all of which i hope you enjoy
Experimental, Ambient, Trance
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1797 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1555 mb
WMA vers. size:
1987 mb
Other formats
4.2 ★

Chill Out ! ! 15. Ricky Eat Acid x Blithe Field - Carnival of Souls 16. Foxing - Redwoods (Ricky Eat Acid Remix) 17. What Are You Doing Today (Mostly Finished) 18. Some Time With You (Mostly Finished) 1. This is a ton of music I wrote & recorded in the last couple years, mostly 2016-2017. some was going to go towards an album which i can no longer finish, thanks to losing my work computer & my external harddrive (which backed up everything, and held all my music stuff) in the same month. instead of being sad about it, i'm collecting collaborations, remixes, and one-off singles which never really saw their due beyond . .

Ray’s Ricky Eat Acid uses the surreal like Snowden’s McDonalds (samples of 2 Chainz’s chorus from his and Big Sean’s . and the everyday like Town & Country and Skate 2 on Xbox 360 (note: Skate 2 is great). More about: Ricky Eat Acid. LISTEN: Ricky Eat Acid -. A whole lot of music from past few years, all of which i hope you enjoy.

Ricky Eat Acid is the solo project of the Maryland musician Sam Ray. Sam Ray (born April 25, 1991) began the project Ricky Eat Acid in 2010 with the self-release of an EP titled Sometimes we're blue. A year later he released an album titled Haunt U Forever via Chill Mega Chill. In January 2012, Ray released a song titled "A Smoothie Robot For Moon Mansion" via Bad Panda Records. In December of the same year, Ray released an album titled You Get Sick; You Regret Things via Orchid Tapes.

What’s more, while Ricky Eat Acid’s music is largely instrumental, today’s playlist provides some deeply personal context for the artist’s choices. We hope you enjoy, and have a great weekend! – Dave Lucas, Talkhouse Marketing Manager. I want to write a whole piece about EDM and how it is just designed purely to delight the listener on a visceral level. Everything about it (when done well) is designed to bring joy, and that’s what it does. Gucci’s always been the best, and unlike a lot of the other best rappers of all time that get relegated to their era or fall off or whatever, he’s just continued to stay relevant and adaptive and thrive all these years. Listen to his recent tracks with Thug and Yachty for proof if you need it (you shouldn’t, but listen anyway, those songs are great).

Ricky Eat Acid: I never thought of that before but I like it a lot. It makes sense-the songs were always supposed to connect musically-so I guess the titles continued that without me even realizing it. What was the collaborative process for vocals like? . How did you balance this project among all the other obligations you have for projects like Teen Suicide? For a long time music was something I did predominantly for fun and in my spare time, and therefore it was very easy to say, "Oh, I'm so tired of recording for this record, I'll go work on beats for a while instead," or put my time into a video, or learning something else I felt would be interesting.

Released under his Ricky Eat Acid alias in January, 2014, it retained the hallmarks of his previous work under that name: bleak, opiated keyboard drones, playful found-sound samples, and oblique, abstract nods to pop and dance music. On the standout "In Rural Virginia; Watching Glowing Lights Crawl From the Dark Corners of the Room," Ray uses a hellfire sermon from a radio preacher as an emotional impetus for seven minutes of carefully sculpted drones that ebb and flow with purpose. I had never written an album as an album. So I started planning it out and making all of these notes about how to make it exactly what I wanted. I want to push forward in a lot of directions," he says, in the understatement of the century. I want to do everything and do it all better than everybody.

Sam Ray’s Ricky Eat Acid project has come a long way from the impressionistic ambience of 2014’s Three Love Songs and his early Bandcamp experiments. In the past few years, he’s used it as an outlet to play around with different modes of restraint, from propulsive one-offs like Dear Lord and Triple Cup to last year’s spacey mixtape, all the while putting in work on his two other projects, Teen Suicide and Julia Brown. Next month, Ray will release a new Ricky Eat Acid album called Talk To You Soon, and it sounds like the culmination of what he’s been working towards up until this point

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1 Lazy Boulder Rolls Down The Big Hill (Mostly Finished) 4:08
2 moving__ (Mostly Finished) 2:44
3 U + Me 2nite 3:42
4 its love
Accompanied By – Blithe Field
5 When I Look at a Strawberry 7:01
6 Dan in the Woods Now (Mostly Finished) 2:49
7 November 6th 2:15
8 PSALM 30:8-12 (as read by robot) 0:29
9 Why Would God Do That To Me (Mostly Finished) 3:08
10 sun shines in__ 3:11
11 November 9th 3:07
12 Stephanie's Funeral Song (Fall) 2:44
13 Go Craaazy 2:58
14 Chill Out ! ! 2:21
15 Carnival of Souls
Accompanied By – Blithe Field
16 Redwoods (Ricky Eat Acid Remix)
Songwriter – Foxing
17 What Are You Doing Today (Mostly Finished) 3:45
18 Some Time With You (Mostly Finished) 5:24
19 Sneaky fox runs through the snowy field (Winter) 1:46


  • Producer, Written By, Recorded By – Ricky Eat Acid


Free-to-download album from Sam Ray's side project, Ricky Eat Acid. Available on bandcamp here -