Bryan Ford’s EP, Hands, begins with the lush organic groove of Downtown Drifter and becomes progressively more raw and electronic with Someday and Hands. Ford’s prowess as a guitar virtuoso is evident on Downtown Drifter. The guitar lead and solo ooze with raw emotion over analog synths and an infectious bass line. Someday and Hands both feature Ford’s drumming chops and the familiar sound of his Moog Voyager. As with all of his music, Ford writes and performs the parts himself, with his own Hands, rather than relying on samples or session players. Hands is  available for download at all major retailers.

Initial feedback and support:

Kid Loco – “Great tracks and beats.”

Andreas Kinzl (Aromabar / INFRACom!) – “A deep fusion sound for old school cosmic headz.”

Stereo 77 (Plimsoll Records) – “A perfect headphone listen.”

Kubatko (Beyond Belief / Quazi Delict) – “This release really stands out … I haven’t heard anything like this recently.”

Irregular Disco Workers (Disco Volante) – “A really interesting fusion beetween electronic and real instruments.”

Aja Allsop (Ketch A Vibe Radio Show) – “Very funky with a lovely vibe throughout.”

DJ Derek Jones (Soular Grooves Radio) – “This stuff is amazing! What is this kid up to? These tracks are so refreshing and just not same old same old.”

Deadbeat Disco Radio Show – “Stands out a mile from all the computer s@#t. Thoroughly enjoyable.”

Clairvo (Tilos Radio, Hungary) – “Yeah, I’m diggin’ the musical hand trace of Bryan Ford!”