While you’ve heard previous releases on AfroAcid, Abstract Logic Recordings, Lucid Recordings, and Nophi Records, GHETTOSEXUAL, is the newest conceptual side-project of Audio-Visual designer, Ryan Noise. Noise is best known as the first artist to implement Apple’s IPad touch-screen in his audio and video controllerist performances, as featured in Engadget and other top computer theology blogs. Recognized by companies like Arkaos, Grand VJ, and more, Noise has been described as an “innovator and pioneer” in the words of industry leaders in audio and video software. Over the years of producing and remixing electronic music, Noise has found ways to introduce his experimental sounds to the ears of mainstream audiences through live events, college radio, as well as corporate performances including companies such as Microsoft. The GHETTOSEXUAL project, produced by Ryan Noise, debuted the first full-length album, named “Forever Loved” on October 18, 2012. With roots in the dirty-south, IDM, and hip-hop, the album is mixed into a fusion of epic “big-room” sounds.