Ben Rusch is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist and songwriter based in London
(UK) who has written 22 (seriously: twenty-two) full-length albums' worth of Pop,
Folk, Rock, Progressive Rock, Neoclassical Music and anything in between.
With so many influences to be discovered in Ben's music, you never know what
brand of musical goodness you might find when you turn the next corner - but you
can guarantee that every single track makes for an engaging spin.
And while the music is constantly surprising, the songs themselves remain
accessible. Songwriting awards in the last 12 months alone include a Runner-Up
prize in the 2010 Nashville Tennessee Concerts Song Contest with the song "Where
The Wild Things Are", two Finalist placings in the 2010 Show Me The Music
international songwriting competition for the songs "Where The Wild Things Are"
and "Fissile Isle", a Finalist placing in the 2010 international songwriting
competition Expose Yourself, with the song "Your Eyes Are Like Fire", a
Semi-Finalist placing in the 2010 international songwriting competition Song of
the Year with the song "Achitects of Time", two honorable mentions in the
Nashville songwriting contest SongDoor 2009, for the songs "A Small Selection Of
Things" and "Your Eyes Are Like Fire", and a semi-finalist placing in the 2010
UK Songwriting Contest with "Until the coast is clear" as well as the Song of
the Day accolade on FM 102X Radio (June 2010).
The list goes on and on, and by now you can tell where this is going: Ben has
been referred to as "one of the most inventive and talented songwriters in the
business today" and he has every intention of continuing to live up to these
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"Unique, interesting and intelligent; indescribably good. Ben's musical
education comes through loudly and clearly with complex and interesting
arrangements and timing in all his work. Comparison is almost impossible."
Expose Yourself international songwriting
"The Architects of Time" album manages to go places a conventional folk rock
album cannot go. Out of Time is the first track on the album and by far one of
the most amazing progressive rock instrumentals I've ever heard."
Derek Leduc, Lipstik Indie magazine
"Nuanced, balanced, intriguing, highly inventive - the Poet Laureate of Indie
Rock. Humor, intelligence and deviously good song craft inform the process in
one of most original albums I've had the honor to listen to lately."
Wildy Haskell, Wildy's World music blog
"Extraordinary musicians produce extraordinary music. The songs transcend all
conceivable stylistic frameworks. The music is uniquely rewarding and reveals
new facets every time you listen to a song and allow yourself to become immersed
in its appealing intensity. The flawless lyrics are full of fantasy, imagination
and substance, achieving a near-literary level of sophistication."
Keller, Die Rheinpfalz newspaper