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Richie Gee (Ricard Saldaña Garcia) began his music life in 1999 spinning Techno and UK Hard House records. In 2001 has been his first international gig in London where he played in a club called “Telegraph” (Brixton). In the same time Richie started to produce his first demos. A few months later he began to work as producer on the radio.

First big event was in “Piramide Club” where he played on t

he main floor for more than 5000 people. In 2004 Richie sets up his own studio, then again goes to play in London but this time in a legendary “Turnmills”.

In 2006 has been discovered his own project Madhouse Recordings. For the moment 16 records was released: including tracks of Sandy Warez, Ophidian, Madhouse Brothers, DJ Hammond, etc… As promotion company Madhouse has organised more than 70 successful events with biggest names of Industrial, Hardcore, Hardtechno, Frenchcore, Hardtek and in 2011 will celebrate 5th birthday.

In October 2008 Richie Gee released his first solo record – “Industrial Resistance EP” for IST Records (sub-label of Industrial Strength). On Madhouse Recordings he has 2 solo EPs. In 2009 he collaborated with famous Belgian DJ/producer Sandy Warez and in February Madhouse Brothers were born. You still can hear in worldwide underground clubs their hit “Machete” which was unleashed on Madhouse. His latest “Aszdrome EP” was released on Industrial Strength Records and now few tracks more are looking forward for it already.

Richie Gee has played for thousands ravers of Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, USA, Austria, Russia, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Hungary & others at parties such as Defqon.1, Nature One, Q-Base, The Qontinent, Montagood, Gatecrasher, Kazantip, Ultramusic & many more.

Behind the decks Richie Gee converts his enthusiasm for music straight onto the dancefloor 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 Hardcore event, with the Gee-factor culminating any hard sound into twice the intensity.