Articles published by Ryan Labreche

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About Ryan Labreche

A self-admitted music lover and caffeine addict, Ryan's passion for music and appreciation for local arts is the fuel behind this initiative. He is the owner, operator, content creator and promoter of LDN_Reverb.

REVERB_REVIEWS: Viscosity ‘Never Through‘ album

Riffy and full of energy, the boys from Viscosity are back to put Beamsville on the map once more with their newest drop, Never Through! You’re in for a sound that’s steeped in a healthy blend of 90’s rock influence that will get you moving whether you’re in your teens to mid-thirties (but not limited to)! Andrew’s sharp guitar, Joseph’s grungy vocals and Sebastian’s dizzying keyboard melodies dance harmoniously together to create a sound that’s both fresh and… well, viscous!

REVERB_REVIEWS: Cyphier ‘Cerebral Warfare‘ EP

“Think for yourself” - what does that even mean anymore? Day after day, we’re being pummelled with toxic information and exaggerated imagery telling us what to buy and who to be. The world is littered with systemic agendas designed to dissuade us from seeing the world on our own terms. Well, Cyphier (Louis Cyphier on vocals and Jason Karlsson on backing vocals and programming) are back to remind us to fight for our freedom of thought with their new EP, Cerebral Warfare, on Electric Bat Records!

REVERB_REVIEWS: Ben Heffernan ‘Home‘ EP

Do you remember the home where you grew up? Some of us might see it as the place we started and ended our days, where we came back to reflect on life’s experiences and took steps to forge our futures. The four walls that surrounded us as we grew chronicled our history and provided a sanctuary that helped shape and mould who we are. Local singer/songwriter, Ben Heffernan, invites you inside with his new EP, “Home” and welcomes you to hear his story.

REVERB_REVIEWS: Lost In Japan ‘Don’t Wanna Let Go‘ video single

Lost In Japan’s debut EP, Ghost & The Wolf, is well into its first year now. The release was highly anticipated among their expanding local fanbase and made an awesome first entry for the London band and it’s been keeping us going ever since. At the same time, however, it left us wanting more. Every once in a while, they’d hit us with a new track at some of their live performances, which helped scratch that itch. Rejoice - the wait for a new single is finally over!