Doppler Radar: Ryan Celsius

R y a n C e l s i u s ° S o u n d s

 ...is a live link of what you have probably seen cruising the airwaves and taking over YouTube underground (my unofficial should-be official description of incredibly talented artists that use YouTube as their main platform of exposure.)

HIGH AT WORK (4/20 release)

These mixes are incredible. Whether you're TRAPPIN IN JAPAN, TRAPPIN IN HEAVEN or *TRAPPIN ALL OVER THE WORLD* -- Ryan Celsius perfects this uniquely familiar vibe that is smooth as fuck. No joke, I can't believe I'm just now aware of this collection of absolute gems. From a compilation of what seems to be chopped and screwed experimental bass joints with fade-ins unimaginable, RC has caught my attention among his nearly 40k subscribers on the visual platform. Did I mention there is a visual component to this creator's vision? Makes that much more engaging sipped up, leant over or kushed out. Or, if you're like me, an enjoyable wave that I can play just about anywhere disregarding demographic. (F*$% the haters!)

TRAPPIN IN JAPAN II

I'm here for the entire fact I was watching the new Sonic Forces preview video and Ryan Celsius appears as 'You Might Like This'. Damnit, YouTube-- you won this one. Follow this journey with me. Keep him locked as you can also indulge with audio instead of the classic YouTube experience. Mighty swank approaching.

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