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Mix of the Day: Harry Romero


Harry Romero also known to many as Harry Choo Choo Romero is a Legendary American born DJ and producer, whose releases on Subliminal Records and work with Erick Morillo are some of the finest records ever made.

Harry’s latest release is a collaboration with Yousef on Davide Squillace’s label “This and That”, which was the follow up to their collaborative release on Jamie Jones and Lee Foss label Hot Trax, which featuring a remix from Alan Fitzpatrick topped many sales charts. Coming from a Latin American background Harry Romero’s is known for its Salsa swing and Bossa Nova flair, and as a solo producer he has featured on labels including Nervous, Saved Records and Tronic.

Soon to drop a solo EP on Yousef’s own label Circus Recording, Harry Romero opens up his Data Transmission – Mix Of The Day with the title track from his latest release on Davide Squillace’s “This and That” which is available to buy using this link

Track list:
1. Harry Romero and Yousef ‘Sloppy Kiss’ original mix (this and that)
2. Harry Romero ‘Say Yeah’ original mix (circus recordings)
3. David Herrero ‘Feel Dis Sountz’ original mix (under no illusion)
4. Doc Martin and Joeski ‘Join Hands’ loose boot mix (unreleased)
5. Ki Creighton ‘Bullseye’ PAX ‘VAults’ Remix (under no illusion)
6. Steve Lawler ‘Take Me There’ original mix (robsoul)
7. Joeski ‘Mud Funk’ original mix (maya)
8. Cuartero ‘untitled’ Harry Romero remix (amnesia records)
9. Harry Romero ‘Time’ original mix (sondos)
10. Harry Romero ‘Deep Down’ original mix (Bambossa)
11. Ronan Pertola ‘Old Skull’ funky mix (variety music)
12. Brett Johnson ‘Talk Now’ Luke’s video games rework (classic)
13. JILL Scott ‘Untitled’ (unknown)

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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