Richie Gee has become a name not to underestimate when talking about the Spanish hard techno scene. He's been a familiar face on Catalunyan line-ups ever since he broke through as a DJ back in 2006. With national radio show hostings, such as Mundo DJ on his list, it was only a matter of time until Ricardo gained status in the rest of Europe.
Richie Gee represents techno in its hardest of forms. A mixture of schranz, industrial and UK hard house elements (a souvenir from a brief period living in London), where both melody and the diverse sounds of distortion, are never out of place.
Madhouse Recordings and Richie Gee have become synonymous to each-other. With over 10 releases out, the label is a blueprint of Richie Gee's musical tastes. Offering a platform to familiar and unfamiliar names, the Madhouse has achieved a status of respect in a short time.
After his 2008 'Industrial Resistance' hook-up with IST, sub-label of Industrial Strength, Richie Gee's name was marked in the international scene. Beats have been speeding down the techno industrial crossing ever since. Not a surprise with weaponry like 'Toxic beats Vol. 1', 'No Rules' and the 'Mojitoman' EP to hit speakers.
Behind the decks Richie Gee converts his enthusiasm for music straight onto the dance floor with Spanish passion. Like a flamenco dance in a rusted steel-mill, beats can become pretty intense when Richie Gee starts playing. Beware of your limiters when his beats set for impact! Richie Gee is a great addition to any hard techno event, with the Gee-factor culminating any techno sound into twice the intensity.