Harry Romero Is Releasing A New Compilation On Defected Records

It includes a mixture of his favourite house anthems and re-edits of the producer’s biggest tracks.

Harry Romero is an iconic house music producer known for his music on labels such as Rebellion, Nervous Records and Circus Recordings.

After over three decades in the business, the humble house legend Harry Romero and Defected have compiled 30 quality 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 illustrious list of House Masters. Featuring old favourites and driving re-edits of the producer’s biggest tracks, appealing to long-time fans while also reaching a new generation of listeners to discover his rich discography.

“It’s been a 30-year love affair with this music and culture. House music has been really good to me and to see this track list and know that I’ve contributed and brought joy and happiness to so many just warms my heart. This tracklist represents so much hard work and so many sleepless nights but most importantly it’s my art and I am very proud of what I’ve accomplished thus far. I hope you all enjoy the music and the journey as much as I have.” – Harry Romero

This special compilation celebrates Romero’s solo releases in addition to collaborations with prolific house vocalists such as Inaya Day, Cece Rogers, and Jocelyn Brown. Powerful tracks that propelled the Latin master to international acclaim, ‘Night @ The Black’ and ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’, sit alongside exclusive remixes of classic house tracks, like Johnny Corporate’s ‘Sunday Shoutin’’, as well as Romero’s fresh takes on more recent releases from the likes of Honey Dijon and DJ SKT.

Recent collaborations with Honey and Louie Vega have cemented Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero’s status as one of the most revered producers in the game, and Defected presents House Masters – Harry Romero signals a rebirth as Harry 2.0 enters his renaissance.

You can pick up a copy HERE.


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