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Love Can't Save It All

Harry Romero, Joeski

Hard Times
HTD006 | 2016-04-18  
Hard Times the label announces the ‘Love Can’t Save It All’ collaboration from industry heavyweights Harry Romero & Joeski, with remixes by Jay Vegas & Louis Bailey.

There is no question that Harry Romero is one of the finest and most accomplished producers in electronic music, a serious beat maker like few others. Raised in a musical family — his mother soaked the air with the Latin rhythms of merengue and cumbia, while his father, a former opera tenor, practiced his scales and listened to Beethoven. As a result, Harry is constantly looking to expand his musical range. Harry Romero’s legendary tracks “Cro-Magnon”, “Erectus”, “Tania”, “Night At the Black”, “Beats Vol 1 & 2” and as Mongobonix “Mas Pito”, never leave the playlists of serious house music DJs, all standing the test of time, sounding as good and as fresh now as they did nearly ten years ago. 2014 showed the world that Harry Romero was back and better than ever with release on Suara, Circus, OVUM, Tronic, Maya Records and Defected. 2015 see’s Harry bring back the legendary Bambossa records which is being highly anticipated by his peers and house music lover around the world. Stay tuned for the revolution as Harry Romero come to a city near you.

JoeSki was born in Brooklyn NY, and raised in a highly diversified and urban neighborhood in Corona, Queens, a short ride away from the New York City Underground House scene. Throughout the 90s, JoeSki began to build a career domestically, and became one of the founders of "The Chocolate Factory". His career expanded throughout NYC historical clubs such as "The Limelight", Tunnel, Palladium & NASA. JoeSki then hooked up with DJ Keoki, where they played together at the infamous East Village after-hours club "Save the Robots". Shortly after he accepted the Residency for the "Together" party friday nights at the "Roxy". It was a privilege to play alongside America’s finest DJs including Danny T, Little Louie Vega and Roger Sanchez. In 2000, Joeski came roaring out with a series of tracks and remixes on Siesta, Junior Boys Own, Ministry of Sound, Tango, Electric Soul and more. Joeski has participated in several well regarded collaboration projects alongside 6400 Crew including Onionz, Hipp-e & Halo, Master D and Tony, with big hits appearing on Tango, NRK, Maya and Siesta and now Hard Times.

Jay Vegas began his career in the early 90s alongside other local producers K-Klass and King Unique. Working under different aliases Jay remixed tracks for many successful pop stars like Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes To Hollywood) & East 17. His remix of East 17 – Hey Child (made with Matthew Roberts) went on to became a hit in Ibiza and Pete Tong's "Essential New Tune" as did his remix of Kaya - My God is Real which came out on Erick Morrilo's world famous label Subliminal. Jay's music has been released on all the recognized leading CD compilations: Ministry of Sound, Cream Anthems and Hed Kandi. Jay has also enjoyed a string of Traxsource #1’s with his own tracks: Say To Ya, Luv Drug & Body & Soul.

Hard Times in-house producer Louis Bailey’s contribution to this package is very welcome, building on his successful style established through ‘Bounce To The Beat’, ‘Reach Out To Me’ and ‘Time 2 Stop’ remixes, all on the Hard Times imprint.

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