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Quantum Expression - EP

Rick Wade

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The four tracks on Rick Wade's debut for the Detroit-based Moods & Grooves label manage to touch on four different approaches to deep house. The two A-side tracks — "Thought Process" and "Forever Night" — focus on a light style of mid-tempo house music with a sprinkled amount of piano keys and a quiet synth background while focusing primarily on the rhythm. The B-side tracks — "Bangin'" and "Pimp Factor" — move away from this more tranquil sound towards a more colorful approach, with stronger, more prominent percussion and a foreground assortment of synth. For a single 12", Quantum Expression manages to present differing feels while still maintaining a high sense of quality, characterized primarily by Wade's simple but well-executed use of mid-tempo dancefloor rhythms and airy keys.

Biography

Born: Buchanan, MI

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Growing up outside the Chicago area in neighboring Michigan, Rick Wade became fascinated with the city's radio stations at an early age, taking an instant liking to artists such as Al Green and Isaac Hayes along with the disco sounds of labels such as Salsoul that received substantial airplay. By the early '80s, Wade began spinning records at parties, slowly transforming into a talented DJ while simultaneously furthering his musical interests. Then as a student at the University of Michigan in Ann...
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