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Ten Years

Ricky Eat Acid


Just came across an interesting track named “Nice To See You” from an artist called Ricky Eat Acid. It’s the type of experimental music that has a high level of production and a lot of attention to detail. Music that sounds random but is actually very considered. Think: Godspeed You! Black Emperor.

The man behind the Acid is called Sam Ray. He’s a 23-year-old producer and composer living between Queens, New York and Baltimore, Maryland.

“Nice To See You” lulls you back and forth with a bouncy little bassline which builds up into something big at around 2:45 on the track. You think the song is going to break open into something completely different but then it drops back down into the original song.

Curious, I wanted to hear more of Ricky Eat Acid music.

Ricky Eat Acid – Nice To See You

Ricky Eat Acid’s albums:

Three Love Songs
This is Sam Ray’s experimental album from 2014

Sun Over Hills

Ricky Eat Acid Mixtape