New York-native Ryos emphatically returns to Enhanced Recordings having blossomed from the roaring success of his debut ‘Eclipse’ originally released on Tritonal’s ‘Tritonia Chapter 002’, Ryos is here with his long-awaited follow up – alongside the addictive vocals of KARRA, Ryos is finally back with ‘Where We Are’.
Becoming a staple within the scene thanks to his immediately recognisable sound and ferociously energising productions, Ryos’ name is hot on the lips of many of Progressive House’s tastemakers. ‘Where We Are’ draws out every ounce of Ryos’ infectious drive with a rolling, grooving and melodic journey through building synth leads, punchy pads and overflowing energy.
KARRA’s breathy, resonating vocals dance around Ryos’ impeccably matched touches to form a vibrant, unforgettable ride from start to finish.
He announces his return in truly stylish form – this is ‘Where We Are’.
Stream it below.
Zane Siddiqui a.k.a ‘Ryos’ is a 17 year old electronic dance music producer born and raised on Long Island, New York. At the age of 16, Zane first turned industry heads winning first place in a remix contest for Borgeous and Shaun Frank’s hit, ‘This Could Be Love’. That remix was played in clubs all over the world and was in heavy rotation on SiriusXM radio. Since then Ryos has put out a series of originals, bootlegs and remixes.
Ryos’s debut original track ‘Eclipse’, which featured his girlfriend Allisa Rose, was released in 2015. Upon the initial feature on Tritonal’s radio show, ‘Eclipse’ became a massive record, gaining over 4 million streams on YouTube, Soundcloud, Spotify and also receiving the support of artists such as Martin Garrix, Sick Individuals, Deniz Koyu, Vinai and more.
2016 has been Ryos’ biggest year yet collaborating with established artists such as Borgeous and Breathe Carolina for releases on the reputable Spinnin’ Records, as well as being chosen to officially remix a Pegboard Nerds single for Monstercat. Aside from his production skills, Ryos is also praised for his shocking talent behind the decks. Performing alongside acts such as Sebastian Ingrosso, Deorro, Nervo and others at iconic venues such as Echostage and Space Ibiza, young Ryos has shown that he has what it takes to be a world wide performer.
Due to his immediately recognizable sound and ferociously energizing productions, Ryos’ name is hot on the lips of many of Progressive House’s tastemakers such as Tiesto, W&W, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Nicky Romero, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Dash Berlin, and more.
With all of this already accomplished at such a young age one can only wonder what he has in store, as he certainly has no plans on stopping until he has reached his maximum potential.