Richard Annal

last updated on 15/11/16

Supported Radio 1 R'n'B DJ Trevor Nelson at the Ministry Of Sin, Aberdeen twice. Played at RGU Union for six years, Zee's for four years, Revolution for four years, Wild Boar for three years, Ministry Of Sin for two and a half years, downstairs in Priory for one year and Ricky Flynn… Read more

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Videos

vj ricochet vocal jungle & drum n bass video mix.flv

Tracks

dj ricochet ft skeme - mefm 105.8 intro
reddtune ft shrapnel, ade & gadmandubs - burst a vein.mp3

Employment History

Running My Own Business 2002 - present

DJ'd full time in bars and clubs from 2002 to 2006 & currently DJ part time with a Hotel & Nightclub Residency.

Almond/Inspire Catering: Multi Drop Van Driver 2007 - present

Education

Jewel & Esk Valley College, Edinburgh, 2000 - 2001

Advanced Diploma in Music Industry Promotion & Management



The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, 1995 - 1999

BA Honours Degree in Publishing Studies



Hazlehead Academy, Aberdeen, '89-'95 Highers: Art (A), English (B), Maths (C), Physics (C)



Standard Grades 8 at grades 2-3 including French

Technical Equipment

2 x Pioneer DVJ-1000's, Pioneer VSW1 & Pioneer DJM250

Other Skills / Additional Information

Other Skills / Additional Information

VJ Ricochet has used 2 Pioneer DVJ-X1s to provide whole nights of urban music videos for; RGU Union, Revolution, Wild Boar, Pearl Lounge, Tiger Tiger & Ricky Flynns & Zee's. Ricochet has been djing for the past sixteen years. Starting off doing his own night, a dj battle, he quickly picked up numerous weekly residencies. Having been thrown in at the deep end djing in room 3 of superclub Fabric in London (now officially the 2nd best club in the world) as part of his placement for his music industry promotion and management course, he felt he could recreate a similar buzz in his hometown of Aberdeen. Also djing at The Venue in Edinburgh and various college organised nights helped Ricochet find his style. An initial spot at RGU Union led to further residencies at 1741, Triple Kirks, Pivo, Revolution, The Ministry Of Sin, Priory, Pearl Lounge, Ricky Flynns & Zee's.