|Location / ||London|
|Real name / ||rickie snice|
|RA since/ ||16 May 2010|
|Last online / ||19 November 2013|
|Total posts / ||5|
Latest comment /
"BEST PARTY! "Circus with Reboot, Yousef & Acid Mondays at Egg London
Receiving two belt-drive turntables at the end of the nineties is something that changes your life. Influenced by the House of the late '80s and Disco of the '70s, Rickie Snice starts pushing the first buttons of the consolediscovering himself viscerally linked to HipHop and Black Music in general, till ending up meeting the 4/4 kick which become his credo.
About rickiesnice /
Rickie explodes in the summer of 2009 by securing a place in most of the line-ups of the more prominent local clubs and starts churning out bombs one after the other getting some good reviews on "Wicked Style" and "DJ MAG".
His sound gets up to London where, thanks to friend & co-producer Miky J, puts his hands on the voice of the infamous Joy remixing her "Rockstar For The Night” which ends up finishing on all the local radios of the London nightlife.
He then moved to London where he started his new path developing new sounds both as a soloist and with his partner Miky J, remixing also Wasabi ended on Recovery Tech Rec
His warm-ups for renowned artists such as Art Department, Lee Foss and Clive Henry to name a few led him straight into the London underground house scene, getting inside the circuit of the more Tech-House westend clubs such as Supper Club, Lux/Cielo, Bungalow8, Coco, Morton, Rose, Kitts and more.
In 2012 Rickie Played in the Snatch! Party for Mix Mag and signs his contract with Snatch! Rec, Riva Starr's record label with “Would You” which later led him to remix “We Love You Michael”, a project by Dino Lenny. More remixes coming, one in particular for Candi Staton on Hysterical together with Supernova, and other stable appearances on Erase Rec (where has signed more than 4 EPs and a remix for Enzo Siffredi)...his latest work signed in 2013 on Bacci Bros. Records with a reinvigorated Rickie who brings back to life the voice of Taka Boom, sister of the queen of 80s funk Chaka Khan. In June Rickie has been invited to play for DC7 at The EGG and in the same night for the "Street of Peace" at Flyover in Portobello.
Rickie never stops, always in the studio looking for the “sound of the future” and ways of developing his skills.