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"Reviews: Sergey Rybytskyy – New Vista"

If you’re in search of fresh new Progressive Rock sounds, look no further than Ukrainian keyboardist Sergey Rybytsky. This skilled composer molds and transforms sounds that may naturally clash into exciting cosmogonic compositions that electrify speakers with intense pulses of rapid-fire musical bliss. Using a combination of a variety of genres (Progressive Rock, Classical, and New Age to name a few) Rybytsky’s latest body of work, New Vista, makes music that challenges the listener to diversify his/her musical portfolio. - ampedsounds


"Sergey Rybytskyy - Soul's Reflection"

There's a lot to be found within the songs - dynamics and poetry, aggression and passion. The collection begins with "Deliverance" - fast paced hard rock drum beats build up a solid sonic spine for spiritually uplifting guitar riffs. By turns, higher and lower riffs shoot the song into your ears like a Uzi submachine gun. In fact, listening to this track makes one imagine a philharmonic with a pianist instead of a guitar player, performing a fiery-yet-epic classical composition, surrounded by people in very formal attire. It’s the same kind of music you may have heard from Dream Theater but also Apocalyptica - this time, it’s all made by one man. - Katarzyna 'NINa' Gornisiewicz


"Sergey Rybytskyy - Soul's Reflection"

There's a lot to be found within the songs - dynamics and poetry, aggression and passion. The collection begins with "Deliverance" - fast paced hard rock drum beats build up a solid sonic spine for spiritually uplifting guitar riffs. By turns, higher and lower riffs shoot the song into your ears like a Uzi submachine gun. In fact, listening to this track makes one imagine a philharmonic with a pianist instead of a guitar player, performing a fiery-yet-epic classical composition, surrounded by people in very formal attire. It’s the same kind of music you may have heard from Dream Theater but also Apocalyptica - this time, it’s all made by one man. - Katarzyna 'NINa' Gornisiewicz


"Sergey Rybytskyy: New Vista (2012)"

I've broadly divided the tracks on this album into separate categories. These divisions aren't due to extreme differences and borderlines cast in stone however, as a close inspection of this production will reveal something of a uniform atmosphere throughout and that some compositions corresponds better within the specified categories than others. Rybytskyy appears to enjoy mixing elements around a bit, and gives the impression of being an artist that doesn't care too much about honing in on any detailed specified genre of music.
- Olav_Martin_Bjornsen


"Sergey Rybytskyy “In Labyrinths of the Soul”"

This album literally has something for everyone and its actually pretty tough to write about individual songs since the album’s realcharm is the atmosphere it creates. With that said the standout tracks to me are“Battle” and “In Labrynths of the Soul.” “Battle” is exactly what you would expect- a fast paced metal sounding song with driving drums and a beat that you can bang your head to. As a fan of hard rock and metal music it immediately grabbed my attention. It’s also very impressive to see the ease in which Rybytskyy transitions into the calmer “Nocturne” after “Battle” ends as with any composition the songs are all strung together. If you only listen to one song on the album however I would suggest the epic 11 minutes and 23 seconds of “In Labrynths of the Soul.” While the song might not hit on all of Rybytskyy’s elements it does show his strength to pull you into the song with a strong atmospheric presence. The song is very prog rock butfeels like a ballad. - © 2013 Hands Off Promotions


"A Labyrinth in music by Sergey Rybytskyy On to other Worlds"

Once in a long while, I can be found at a loss for words. I’ve been stuck there for a bit, and when you here this selection, you may begin to understand why. I’ve been listening to Ukranian composer Sergey Rybytskyy’s “In Labyrinths of the Soul” and getting lost in it. - C Bret Campbell


"A Labyrinth in music by Sergey Rybytskyy On to other Worlds"

Once in a long while, I can be found at a loss for words. I’ve been stuck there for a bit, and when you here this selection, you may begin to understand why. I’ve been listening to Ukranian composer Sergey Rybytskyy’s “In Labyrinths of the Soul” and getting lost in it. - C Bret Campbell


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At the age of 7 Ukrainian neo classical composer Sergey Rybytskyy was lured to the piano in a way similar to Edgar Allen Poe’s character in “The Tell-Tale Heart” was drawn to the heartbeat under the floor. That haunting call has never left Rybytskyy and instead of attempting to resist the attraction he allows it to run wild. In addition to this unrelenting passion Rybytskyy has taken the appropriate steps to fine tune his craft by attending multiple courses from Dnepropetrovsk Music College as well as receiving private lessons from talented musician and piano virtuoso Vladimir Skuratovsky. Rybytskyy was able to do this while essentially leading a second life as he completed engineering school and began a career to pay his bills in the mining engineer field. When Rybytskyy leaves the mining world he often enters into his own mental lair for song writing and recording.

Rybytskyy’s musical influences cover a vast range from Alice Cooper to Marty Friedman. The primary drive of his music is to create an emotional experience for the listener that is original, lively, and refined. While the music would be used mostly for soundtracks commercially Rybytskyy’s music can actually tell a story by itself. Rybytskyy’s main instrument of choice is the keyboard but there are also a variety of other instruments used which allows a wide range of synthetic and authentic sounds that create a palpable atmosphere that invites the listener to escape into the musical world that Rybytskyy has created.

Rybytskyy’s released his debut album “New Vista” in 2012 to the welcoming arms of classical music, prog rock, and neo classical metal fans. The album was perceived as a work apart from the formulaic, stylistic labelings that most music in this generation falls under as the album swoons from ambient sounds to driving drums. Amped Sounds marveled at Rybytskyy’s ability to combine this wide variety of influences and genres to create a “musical experience within itself.” Indie Music Digest stated that “New Vista is definitely a dynamic and progressive musical statement that offers a lot of musical variety via vivid sound and brilliant creative energy.”

A signal of the fervor with which Rybytskyy approaches his artistry, he wasted no time completing a follow up album by releasing “In Labyrinths of the Soul” later in 2012. This album was met with adulation as well. Multiple reviews of the album mention the ease of which the listener can get lost in the album. Rybytskyy surprised the Middle Tennessee Music blog with his ability to use the keyboard to make the sounds of many instruments and have it still sound authentic. Hands Off Promotions remarked that the album sounds like “Tim Burton’s take on a classic.”

Rybytskyy’s unwavering drive will not allow him to rest. He has already been accumulating material for a third release in the near future. Future recordings of his will include prog rock versions of some of Beethoven and Bach’s compositions. Rybytskyy looks forward to the possibility of using a vocalist in some recordings as well in order to expand the diversity of his music. You will also be able to hear some of Rybytskyy’s work on television and film as he has recently signed deals with publishers and music libraries for commercial use.