As a relatively new producer, Richard Colman has had great success from his initial productions. Having been the figurehead behind SUESSE Records, it was only a matter of time before we saw productions from the main man himself. Through working closely with all the artists that he signed to the label and in some cases spending many hours in the studio working on the final mixes, he was bitten by the production bug and now finds himself almost spending as much time in the studio as he does in the office.
His debut release was a cover of Robbie Rivera's Subliminal classic 'Funk-a-tron' along with studio partner Hollywood Hills. This production remained at No.2 in the Beatport House chart for over a month in late 2007. Following that Richard has remixed Chris Barratt's 'Teardrop' which was supported by some of the biggest names around and also original productions from Nervous and Juicy Music in the US.
Navigating his way between the thin lines that separate Electro, Progressive and Tech House, Richard has always wanted to produce records that have 'moments.' Normally, epic ones. 'I really want people on the floors to have a moment when everything is slowed down just for a second or two before everything comes back in and they feel the warmth and soul of the track being played' are his exact words. Perhaps these moments come from influences such as Tiesto, Ferry Corsten and more recently Eric Prydz who have all been a very important in helping Richard mould exactly what his sound should be.