Review: Ryno Theron – Howling Rush

Written by Chamoné Beere

Chamoné Beere is the host of Off Stage Podcast. She is also a junior Sound and AV Technician and uses her Podcast as a platform to introduce the various roles in the entertainment industry.

Ryno Theron is an Ambient Progressive master that will never stop experimenting with music. 

Ryno is best known for his ambient progressive styles and techniques.He is constantly busy improving his skills. In his latest album, Howling Rush, Ryno has proven why we call him a Master. After suffering from writer’s block for two years, Ryno decided to collaborate with ten of his music idols and closest friends. Artists such as, Ross Tapson, Ben and Nathaniel Bruzas, Ryan Rud and many more feature on the album. Each song is layered with evoking emotions and their own story. 

Listen to my interview with Ryno here:

As an experimental solo artist, Ryno creates a unique sound for each song without changing the genre which is Progressive Ambient. His music contains no lyrics but as an artist he gives you a blank canvas and allows you to resonate with the music in your own way.

Howling Rush was ingeniously produced by Daniel Philogene. The album was constructed by a stroke of genius and it intrigues you to listen to each song over and over again.

Ryno Theron’s PR, is managed by David Devo Oosthuizen from Devographic and endorsed by A.S. Guitars. In an interview with Chamone Beere from Off Stage Podcast, Ryno said: “The album would not have been possible without them and the struggle with my writer’s block has influenced my music in a positive way.”

Ryno also appeared on the Quintus and Baker Show in the Quintessential Underground; where South Africa’s up and coming creatives converge. Check it out:

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