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Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.830 Roy Davis Jr

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In this episdoe you can enjoy : The decade-spanning career of Roy Davis Jr. is intrinsically intertwined with the history of house music. As one of the defining voices of Chicago’s underground, he’s worked both behind the decks and behind-the-scenes. From handling Strictly Rhythm’s A&R sector in the ’90s to joining seminal production crew Phuture to launching his own Undaground Therapy Muzik label, Davis Jr. isn’t just a veteran but a compendium of dance music knowledge. Daft Punk cites him as an influence while the likes of Disclosure, Zed Bias and Waajeed have sought him out for collaborations.


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He may be best known for his 1998 single Gabriel with Peven Everett—now a garage anthem on both sides of the Atlantic—but his discography and DJ sets go well beyond club hits. Weaving in soul, gospel, disco, techno and acid into a deep house framework, he marries raw funk, plush melodies, hypnotic synths and stripped-down arrangements. All these elements are beautifully captured on his RA Podcast. Moving from a state of eyes-closed bliss to body-moving grooves, the near two-hour session is as grounding as it is free-floating. Spiritual, sensual and tightly mixed, it’s a lesson in multifaceted house music.
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