The Melbourne based producer Ryan Riback made a nostalgic remix of the 1992 monster hit ‘All That She Wants’ by Ace of Bace. Riback gives homage to the iconic sounds of the 90’s track by respectively implementing the flutes that everyone knows. Now roll down the windows, crank the stereo up, and let’s make this the hottest summer ever!
Exploding perfectly, the Ryan Riback name is a stand out across the heated facets of EDM, from Melbourne to the world, with Chuckie, Tiesto, Pete Tong, Chris Lake, and BBC Radio 1’s stand out shows. Belting an electro sound with an alluring bounce angle, there is no denying record labels, club booths and dance floor fillers far and wide are going steady with Ryan and his phenomena.
Within the four walls of the studio, Ryan has taken his aggressive yet contagious musical attitude to another level, from ‘Work Money Party Bitches’ with Lowkiss, storming the #5 spot on ARIA to the same collaborative team owning ‘Superhouse’ taking out #15. On solo efforts, ‘Make Me Go’ grabbed the #13 spot on the DMC Buzz Chart while his remix discography has spiraled out of control on nothing less than an international spectrum. From Chuckie’s ‘Who Is Ready To Jump’ to ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ for Nari & Milani, Ryan Riback’s title is solid.
Across Chris Lake’s Rising, Sweat It Out, Central Station and more, the bearded remix raven carries a definitive approach to dance music with a firm boss demeanor. Expanding his career with remixes that have brewed hysteria from Melbourne to Majorca, his signature electro sound travels. Born in Johannesburg but frequent across the shores of many continents, Ryan has tampered with the speakers of clubs and festivals worldwide like that of G+ in Shanghai where he headlined a huge, epic show. In his base country of Oz, he’s raveled the stages at Goodlife, Breakout and Summadayze festivals across the years.
With an alias to bluster, he erupts with Nick Coleman and Rachel Elberg creating collaborative project in Northbrook, where the premium track ‘Move Your Body’ convulsed dance floors, while claiming the attention of Yolanda Be Cool’s Sweat It Out empire. Anticipating ‘Ping Pong’ on Rising as the next to blow, while more under his radar are to follow, it’s no doubt the Ryan Riback profile is in lights.
Listen to Ryan Riback’s version of this Ace of Base classic here.