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HARRY ROMERO

With a career stretching all the way back to 1995, Harry Romero has become one of the most respected DJ/producer names in the industry. We talk about breaking through in the business, his most important studio gear and the last time music made him cry…

WORDS CHRIS BARKER

INTERVIEW

Raised in New Jersey and previously known by his full Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero moniker, he’s now a certified legend of the US East Coast house-music scene. Now even though the Choo Choo tag has gone, Harry’s commitment to quality underground house music is unchanged. Releasing on most major imprints, he helped define Erick Morillo’s legendary Subliminal Records alongside friends Jose Nuñez and DJ Sneak before launching his own Bambossa label.

Harry has become renowned for crafting a floor-filling, bass-heavy house sound that incorporates influences from tribal and Latin grooves.

We caught up with him to take a look at the studio behind the sound and understand the method behind the man…

MusicTech Four or five years ago, you seemed worried about DJ culture, claiming it had died…

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