Although a longtime fan of electronic music, it wasn’t until 2008 when Rick finally got involved in this wonderful art. Like most, Rick began mixing tracks in his bedroom until he was confident enough to begin posting his mixes. In 2009, Rick’s mixes caught the ear of Leigh Stone who ran a 4 hour mix session every Tuesday night on Kick106.co.uk. The rest is pretty much history. Since then, Rick has had several guest mixes air on stations such as Kick106.co.uk, Twistedenergy.co.uk, NSB Radio – Llupa’s Disc Breaks Show and Pure.FM just to name a few along with several live gigs in his home town of Dallas, Texas. The majority of Rick’s internet and guest mixes would be classified as deep, melodic, progressive breaks; however during his live shows, he tends to venture out into a more aggressive style exploring the darker side of breaks mixed with bits of electro and progressive dubstep, all dependent upon mood, atmosphere and occasion.

In November 2010, Rick picked up FL Studio and began to work on production. Over the next year, Rick was piecing together hardware and software for his home studio while constantly working on learning the ropes of production. Rick began to seek music/production lessons from Evan Arnett (The Emissary) and it was at this point in time through his lessons that everything finally began to make sense. The constant hard work and dedication paid off in March 2012 with his first release “Essence” which was picked up and signed by Mistiquemusic. Rick currently has new releases from Mistiquemusic, OLD SQL REC and Break Wind Productions which will hit stores in November and December of 2012.

2012 has proven to be a great year, but this is only the beginning as Rick has only just begun to get his feet wet…

    rick tedesco, progressive breaks, breaks, melodic
    • Type: Mix
    • Release Date: 2012-11-01
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