Harold Heath – Bodyrocking (mp3 EP) – Plastic City

Harold Heath’s super-charged house music productions have been winning world-wide accolades for the last few years, with support coming from the underground and overground alike. And with an innate ability to read the crowd & around 15 years of DJing experience, Harold’s DJ sets are a not-be-missed feast of deep dirty beats. Harold finally elbowed his way into the House scene back in 2001 with his initial releases on the highly regarded Canadian imprint Stickman, having been DJing since the early 90s. His debut was the first in a long line of consistently high quality releases that have appeared on some of the most respected underground house labels over the last few years; Labels including Bushwacka’s Oblong, UK outfits Urbantorque, Sensei, Lost My Dog, Freaked, Boxa, Uhuru Beats, Reverberations Ltd. as well as overseas labels Detour, Household, Soco Audio, Magnitude, Taboo, Groove Pleasure, Terraform, KGB etc. DJ support has come from all over the world with Layo and Bushwacka!, Ashley Beedle, Ralph Lawson, Satoshi Tomiie, Terry Francis & Nathan Coles, Pete Tong, Dave Mothersole, Tyler Stadius, Desyn Massiello etc. all succumbing to the unique charms of Harold’s dirty jacking house and tech funk. When Harold released his debut album “Hole Funk” on Urbantorque (“…the UK’s best deep house label” – iDJ Magazine) at the tail end of 2006, it cemented his position as one of the finest producers on the UK house scene today (“…this is one immaculate debut” 5 out of 5 iDJ Magazine). After “Wish You Were Here” this EP is his second release on Plastic City.

Available Format: mp3.

Flight No. PC42 To Plastic City (mp3-compilation)

Flight No. PC42 to Plastic City is a special one. It will give you the chance to get in contact with exclusive new tracks from new arrivals as well as from the known artists of Plastic City. This time, 25 artists from four continents are aboard: Tom Pooks, Rob Pearson & Alberto Ferrante, Terry Lee Brown Junior, Adam Jace, Lukas Greenberg, El Farouki, Mecanique, Lincoln Six Echo, Budai & Vic, Stryke, Satoshi Fumi, R.T.A. feat. Katerina, Da Funk, The Timewriter, The Mulder, Jeff Bennett, Subsky, Harold Heath, Dirty Cover, Heim & Jones, Processing Vessel, Tek Killa, Denace 2 Society, Forteba and Lee Humphreys. And like throughout in a city the new arrivals and the known habitants mix each other very fast and build something innovative. Most of the tracks are specially and exclusive produced for this project.

Available Format: mp3.

Harold Heath – Wish You Were Here (mp3 EP)

Harold Heath’s super-charged house music productions have been winning world-wdie accolades for the last few years, with support coming from the underground and overground alike. And with an innate ability to read the crowd & around 15 years of DJing experience, Harold’s DJ sets are a not-be-missed feast of deep dirty beats.Harold finally elbowed his way into the House scene back in 2001 with his initial releases on the highly regarded Canadian imprint Stickman, having been DJing since the early 90s. His debut was the first in a long line of consistently high quality releases that have appeared on some of the most respected underground house labels over the last few years; Labels including Bushwacka’s Oblong, UK outfits Urbantorque, Sensei, Lost My Dog, Freaked, Boxa, Uhuru Beats, Reverberations Ltd. as well as overseas labels Detour, Household, Soco Audio, Magnitude, Taboo, Groove Pleasure, Terraform, KGB etc. DJ support has come from all over the world with Layo and Bushwacka!, Ashley Beedle, Ralph Lawson, Satoshi Tomiie, Terry Francis & Nathan Coles, Pete Tong, Dave Mothersole, Tyler Stadius, Desyn Massiello etc. all succumbing to the unique charms of Harold’s dirty jacking house and tech funk. When Harold released his debut album “Hole Funk” on Urbantorque (“…the UK’s best deep house label” – iDJ Magazine) at the tail end of 2006, it cemented his position as one of the finest producers on the UK house scene today (“…this is one immaculate debut” 5 out of 5 iDJ Magazine). With “Wish You Were Here” he is giving his debut on Plastic City. Harold is also touring Europe to promote “Hole Funk”. Look out, he’s coming to a dancefloor near you soon…

Available Format: mp3.