A self-confessed nerd and ‘slave to the funk’, Harry was raised on a diet of ‘Gang Starr, St Germain, all things Ninja Tune and drum & bass’ and there aren’t many styles of music that he hasn’t dabbled with this past decade.
Having found his feet amongst the deeper echelons of house music, 2012 saw Harry’s seminal remix of Ben Pearce’s crossover hit ‘What I Might Do’ smashed out in clubs all over the world. DJ sets across the UK and mainland Europe ensued with remixes and EPs going out on the likes of Strictly Rhythm, Island Records, Purp & Soul and the now legendary Lost My Dog Records.
In recent times Harry’s more sample-focused fusion of house music with his deeper seated influences in hip hop, jazz, soul and funk has found its way onto records for the likes of House of Disco and Dirt Crew Recordings… and into the record bags of Laurent Garnier, Danny Tenaglia, Karizma, Seven Davis Jr and Jimpster to name but a few.
Following up on prominent collaborations with pals Laurence Guy and Loz Goddard and a well received solo EP for Birmingham-based Secret Reels, 2017 will see a landmark chapter in the 25 year old Londoner’s musical exploits with his best work yet due to surface.