Richard Davis creates staggering minimal-house by adding pure intensity, propulsive beats and a glimpse of pop-appeal. His music is defined through some sweet melancholic viewpoint, warm subbasses, clear clicks and plops, shuffling hihats and a wonderfull touching voice to keep you warm and the dance floor hot.
In 2002 Richard Davis released his second album Safety on Punkt Music. A masterpiece of housemusic for which DJs, press and fans overwhelmed him with compliments. The born Englishman moved to Berlin in the late 90ís. He manages to elegantly balance between those definitions of tracks and songs and created a blueprint for unifying clubmusic with an idea of homelistening. He has released as Richard Davis and as Junky Satre on Kitty-Yo, on Punkt Music, Swayzak'S 240 Volts and on Force Tracks. Davis appeared as guest singer on the Swayzak album Loops from the Bergerie.
Davis is the civilised gentleman, his voice a gentle promise and every sound a discovery. Whereas on Safety his singing was sort of creating a wall of sound on his latest album he goes one step further and expresses his idea of pop by focusing on his vocals and using rather classic songs-structures.
In 2004 Davis was affiliated by Native Instruments where he worked as a sound-designer for the software company. As a consequence he now presents an outstanding sound-editing on Details.
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