Posts tagged with "Harry Romero"

Street Slang
Music · 15 August 2023
Infectious rhythm marks ‘Ancient Ones’ by New York duo Street Slang as the pair return to Harry Romero’s Bambossa imprint, following up their 2022 track ‘Cheeba’ on the label. The track gets remixed by Romero, who turns the original’s organic percussion and cut-up vocal snippets into a hypnotic and wonky tribal trip.

Harry Romero
Music · 26 January 2023
After over two decades in the business, Harry Romero and Defected have compiled tracks from the Jersey native’s expansive career to create an eclectic and essential collection for any fans of the genre, as he joins the list of House Masters.

Harry Romero
Music · 05 December 2022
Harry Romero closes out Bambossa Records’ 2022 with his house single ‘The Brave’, following up Latin-infused summer track ‘Aye Papi’. Tight, electro beats give the track a retro charm as an arpeggiated bassline ebbs and flows throughout, occasionally interrupted by psychedelic synth weirdness. 

Harry Romero
Music · 14 July 2022
Harry Romero’s new track ‘Aye Papi’ possibly has all the necessary elements to become a peak-time staple: pumping bass, swung Latin grooves, catchy piano melodies and a summer vocal. Also packaged with the release comes a handy instrumental club tool.

Harry Romero & Inaya Day
Music · 14 June 2022
DJ/producer Harry Romero teams up with the vocals of Inaya Day on ‘Rise Up’, a possible club-ready release full of classic house influences.

Vega & Romero
Music · 22 May 2021
Louie Vega and Harry Romero collaborate for the first time with ‘El Ritmo’ landing on Bambossa Records this month. Fuelled by organic percussion and atmospherics, the track is a Latin-influenced affair - a vocal snippet raises the temperature, while a blast of heavy drums, dubby chords and rising pads add texture.

Music · 28 July 2020
New Jersey’s Harry Romero remixes Basement Jaxx ‘Romeo’ on his Bambossa imprint. 

Jack Back & CeCe Rogers
Music · 12 November 2019
When David Guetta dons his Jack Back alias there is no doubt he still aims to keep in touch with the authentic house sounds that first inspired him to make music.