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|She Mail |
| Craig Jones|
(Featuring Original mix and Tim Clewz mix)
| BK & Jamie Haig|
(Featuring Back to ' 96 mix and Ben Stevens Remix)
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| Mac N Cheese|
| Tim Clewz & Jamie Haig |
(Featuring Hard and Moist Mix and Dry and Juicy Mix)
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|Silver Dagger Part 2|
|Jamie Haig & James Devlin|
(Featuring Tim Clewz mix and If Looks Could Kill mix)
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|Silver Dagger Part 1|
| Jamie Haig & James Devlin|
(Featuring Original mix and Andy Farley/Frank Farrell mix)
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“Rough Trade” is a brand new track, written in the style and spirit of the original Hard House records. Intended to evoke the sounds of the early days of Hard House, “Rough Trade” has a quirky arrangement, beefy beats, an uplifting yet tough melody and a cheeky vocal.
On the flip side, there’s a remix from the very talented Ben Stevens. Giving the tune a “2017 makeover”, Ben takes the track from the classic sounds of 1996 and brings it right up to date.
This is the first tune BK has made with Jamie, but they already have another planned for the new year.
CAT: WLHH005 - Digital Release. © We Love The Sounds Of Hard House 2017.
Track 1 Produced by Jamie Haig and BK
Track 2 Produced by Jamie Haig and BK, remixed by Ben Stevens
Ben Stevens is much in demand as a producer and engineer, he and his Firebox Recordings studios are often booked out seven days a week; anyone that is anyone in hard house will almost certainly have spent time there.
Over the last few weeks though Ben has blocked the studio for his own use to produce new material ahead of his sell-out A Vicious Weekend Away With Ben Stevens. The title of the release takes its name from the weekend venue and the sleeve design has been inspired by the retro railway posters advertising the resort.
As for the track, its anthemic sound with a distinctive sound-bite vocal has already been received well on hard-house dance-floors and we believe this is one of those tracks that, thanks to its modern feel yet traditional hard house style will remain popular for a long time. The track was specially commissioned by us as part of Ben's three day event. We love it.
CAT: WLHH004 - Digital Release. © We Love The Sounds Of Hard House 2017.
Produced by Ben Stevens.
Mac 'n' Cheese is the first tune that Tim and Jamie write together. Initially conceived as a chunky warm-up hardhouse tune, they quickly decided that the melody would fit well into a tougher style too, so they produced two separate mixes for this track.
The "Hard & Moist Mix" is a tougher driving version of the tune favoured by headline DJs playing peak-time sets, and their help has helped generate a lot of interest in this track.
The "Dry & Juicy Mix" is a funky warm-up version perfect for the start of the night. Since writing this tune, Tim and Jamie have written several more tracks, ranging from warm-up to euphoric and tougher sounds, some of which will be released over the coming year on this label.
CAT: WLHH003 - Digital Release. © We Love The Sounds Of Hard House 2017.
Track one and two written and produced by Tim Clewz and Jamie Haig.
Part Two will be released two weeks later and again has two mixes - both by our own Tim Clewz.
Tim Clewz mix - A happy little groover to bop to. Perfect for warm up sets
If looks could kill mix - Tim has decided to step things with a up a notch with a surprising change in his style. It brings a touch of toughness while retaining the epic vibe of the original
Track Three and Four - Written and produced by James Devlin and Jamie Haig.
Track Three and Four additional production by Tim Clewz
Our first release is a collaboration between Irish based producer James Devlin and our own Jamie Haig.
Silver Dagger is a mid-tempo hard house track with distinctive euphoric riff and driving bassline. Building subtly, this track is perfect for peak time sets.
This release comes in two parts with two mixes each. Part One has the original more euphoric mix and a tougher more driving remix courtesy of Andy Farley and Frank Farrell.