Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


band members

Jack Den Ouden


Bio

Ricky Crisp is the new project of Melbourne-based producer and songwriter Jack Den Ouden. Creating intricate beats from his bedroom studio, Ricky Crisp continues to refine his craft and display a sense of vibrancy with his steady flow and multi-layered arrangements.

Honing his production skills on his parent’s property in rural Victoria, Ricky Crisp allowed the lush landscape and vast open spaces to influence his continually evolving sound. As his compositions became more detailed, assured and calibrated, the nature of his music shifted into a more alternative electronic space. Drawing from contemporaries ranging from Post Malone and Juice WRLD to Ryan Hemsworth and Shigeto, he leans into these while creating a sound that is undeniably fresh and exciting. Dreamy synths intertwine with organic percussion and hypnotic beats and grounding Jack’s music throughout is his developed pop sensibilities, not shying away from memorable hooks and sharp lyricism.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

25 Oct 2019

Triple J
40

recliner mode bedroom rnb and i'm soaking it up.

recliner mode bedroom rnb and i'm soaking it up.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

25 Apr 2019

Triple J
45

I love how the guitar weaves through those electronic textures and that auto-tuned delivery adds even more to what is already a detailed and considered soundscape. Your best yet!

I love how the guitar weaves through those electronic textures and that auto-tuned delivery adds even more to what is already a detailed and considered soundscape. Your best yet!

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

24 Apr 2019

Triple J
40

Back to this through DRH's If You Like Post Malone. (forgot how much i used to like posty hehe). It's emotional and those harmonics on the guitar are a dream. I love the effects on the vocals and the way the vocals drag out. It leaves a little more of an impact.

Back to this through DRH's If You Like Post Malone. (forgot how much i used to like posty hehe). It's emotional and those harmonics on the guitar are a dream. I love the effects on the vocals and the way the vocals drag out. It leaves a little more of an impact.