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Trenton / Press

“Penning a high-wire combination of dynamic anthem pop and mulled self-reflection, Courtney (as Trenton) builds a comfortable bridge between contemporaries M83 and Passion Pit, crafting an effortless chemical concoction of accessibility and a personable approach”

“At his core, Trenton is a simply a strong songwriter, and one whose songs can surely hold up to any arrangement or instrumentation, both live and in-studio.”

“There’s a misty, cloudy, blue vibe to his electro-lounge sounds, the couch Trenton seems destined for isn’t in a shrink’s office, but rather a fireplace-lit living room with a significant other sauntering over with a bottle of Cabernet.”

“The song, "Show Me How," explodes with the soaring passion of M83, simmers with the forlorn heartache of Keane, and growls with the gloomy sentiment of The National. It’s a singular combo but a very powerful one, indeed.”

“Trenton's new record "Ghost Runner," slips into your subconscious when you’re listening, and the wall-of-sound pop melodies will involuntarily come out of you at random during the day..”

“The brain child of singer/songwriter Ryan Courtney, consistently produces beautifully realized melancholy pop that would be right at home on radio or television -- in fact, they've already licensed a song to the ABC television series Brothers and Sisters.”

The Nashville Scene

“..a satisfying taste of a project that’s equal parts expressive, subdued and extraordinary.”

“Courtney has created a synth-based masterpiece by expanding on his shoe-gaze, feel-as-if-you-are-floating sound.”