...Crisp, competent pop music based on Meadow’s minimalist homemade beats and urgent, emotive vocals.
— Gabe Vodicka, Flagpole Magazine
 
 

Ryne Meadow at the famous 40 Watt Club, 2014

 

Origins

Jumping headfirst into the pop genre while striving to retain a unique sound is not an easy task for most beginning musicians. Then again, Ryne Meadow isn’t like most beginning musicians. With an affinity for songwriting, Meadow finds inspiration in his southern-based childhood, spent barefoot and surrounded by all of nature’s gifts.

   With a natural inclination of music, Meadow began experimenting with sounds in the hopes of creating the type of songs he felt were missing in the industry. After carefully curating his sound, he began performing in the downtown Athens, Ga. music scene. Performing at local venues as the 40 Watt Club, Hendershots, and the Caledonia Lounge, he's gathered a devoted following that, despite his recent move to the greater NYC area (for creative reasons, of course), have supported him and continued to commend his lyrical prowess. 

   Meadow’s debut album, “A Tale Of Two Songbirds”, is a story of love, loss, and self-discovery that is wrapped in a magical blend of piano, bells, and sweeping synths. When listening to the 13-song playlist, one can sense a naïve presence that represents his transition, from child-like serendipity, into adulthood – along with it’s own melancholic sentiments. 

 

-Blake Smith