Conceptually a piece of music can influence the grand audience's listening to it. So somewhere in Toronto, Canada a guitar player named Ryan Kombargi has conquered a world that is easily looked down upon. Ambient force faced with a traditional electric element can go wrong, or in Ryan's case become a fascination of right that you'll want to savor a drop of each song. Especially with Finding Purpose. As a songwriter the hardest part has never been the lyrics, that has to be the instrumental prestige.
Combining natural sounds such as thunderstorms to end an EP is a tough move. Because it can either seem to advanced and Pink Floyd for any one's taste or a transcendent mood setting that will linger in your head for a few hours to come.For a three song EP, Vision starts out with the intention of becoming light in favor. Since this is Kombargi's first time crossing over to the electronic universe, he does not need to proceed with caution. It may seem like it at first but as you build from the last 30 seconds from the first song into the combustion of Under the Sun to lift your mood even a bit more. Then the come down that honestly ties the EP as a whole is the last song. That ending can provide the soundtrack to the further coming albums, the extension that vibrates throughout the congressional chords has an appeal even the traditional electronic music fan will enjoy. As well as sticking out the storm that Ryan Kombargi will implement.
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