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Quantum-Teleportonic Indo-Electronic Fusion

13 MP3 Songs in this album (45:36) !
Related styles: ELECTRONIC: Lounge, ELECTRONIC: Electronica

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Ryan Shah was born April 13, 1976 in Columbia, Missouri and raised in Columbia, South Carolina. He began studying drum set at age six, and began performing at age twelve. He studied under mentor Jeff Sipe (a.k.a. "Apt. Q258") in Atlanta in 1994 and in 1995 Ryan attended Drummers Collective in New York and studied under Fred Klatz, Mike Clark, Bobby Sanabria, Duduka da Fonseca, Pete Zeldman, Mike Lauren, Sandy Gennaro and Kim Plainfield. In 1996, he attended Berklee College of Music and studied under Skip Hadden and Kenwood Dennard.

Ryan has done both live and studio work for local Rock and Jazz outfits around the southeast and New England areas. He has recorded for classical composer David McNally. He also performed in the house band for the 1998 Fox 97 "Ultimate Oldies" Concert held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia, backing J.J. Jackson, Freda Payne, The Crystals, and Sonny Geraci.

From August 1997 to January 1999, Ryan and two local Columbia musicians (Zack Jones, Franklin Caggiano) joined together in Medulla Peltor, an improvisational trio that fused the influences of Led Zeppelin, John Coltrane Quartet, The Meters, Miles Davis, Anthony Braxton and Mahavishnu Orchestra to name a few.

While living in New York and Boston, Ryan attended many Indian classical music concerts and developed an intense love for the art. In 1997, he began study of Tabla with Pralad Khutri in Charlotte, NC (a former student of Pt. Nikhil Ghosh).

In 1998 Ryan established Tusharjee Productions, an organization that arranged Indian classical music concerts in South Carolina. Some of the artists he brought to South Carolina were: Nandkishore Muley, Anupama Bhagwat, Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande, Ramesh Mishra, and Sabir Khan.

In the summer of 1999 Ryan travelled to Calcutta to begin studying with the maestro Ustad Sabir Khan of the Farrukhabad Gharana.

On his second trip to Calcutta in 2001, Ryan formed a music group that fused elements of Classical Indian Music with Improvisational Jazz and called it Time Travil. Time Travil performed in Calcutta at Rabindra Sadan, St. Xavier's College, Royal Calcutta Golf Club and on the Tara Bangla TV show "On Date Special". Time Travil also performed in the US at The Knitting Factory in New York and in the Charleston Cultural Festival in South Carolina among other venues in the southeast and New England.

In the winter of 2004, Ryan played in Tanmoy Bose's fusion band Taal Tantra and performed at the following venues in Calcutta: Salt Lake stadium, Swabhumi, Calcutta Cricket and Football Club, Calcutta Club, Nazrul Manch (with The Violin Bros.) among others.

Since 2003 Ryan has been composing music electronically under the name of Time Spy.

In the winter of 2005 Ryan performed percussion duets in Kolkata with Gokul Das (Dhak) and also with Monojith Datta (Conga).

In the summer of 2006 Ryan performed on Tabla in various groups with Jeff Sipe in the southeast.

During the years of 2007 and 2008 Ryan has been studying the Farrukhabad and Benares Gharanas of Tabla under Dr. Panab Kumar Das in Kolkata and has also been practicing the accompaniment of Kheyal Vocal Music with Pt. Siddharth Chaudhuri.

Recently, he has overdubbed Siddharth's voice on several of his Time Spy tracks. The results of which are available for listening on : https://www.tradebit.com and https://www.tradebit.com

A page for CD release and MP3 download of these tracks is coming soon on https://www.tradebit.com

© 2008 Ryan Shah


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