Harold Heath 's super-charged house music productions have been winning accolades world-wide with support 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 's discography to date includes releases on Bushwacka 's Oblong, tracks on UK labels Urbantorque, Lost My Dog, Sensei, Sensei Ltd, Freaked, Boxa and Uhuru Beats, as well as releases on overseas outfits Groove Pleasure, Terraform, Stickman, KGB and Detour. He 's also remixed Asad Rizvi 's classic "Slippery Heights " and tracks for Household, Magnitude, Soco Audio, Lost my Dog, Uppercutz and Urbantorque and had his tracks remixed by Paul Woolford, Tony Thomas, Asad Rizvi, James Talk, Grant Del & Daniel Poli and has more EPs & remixes lined up on Reverberations Ltd, Lost My Dog, Magnitude, Urbantorque etc. Starting his career in music as a rare groove DJ, Harold traveled a musical route familiar to many DJs - from Electro, Hip Hop and Rare Groove through to Acid House and beyond. Harold paid his DJ dues with a few years behind the decks at his infamous Blowyourown parties, a year long residency at the now-departed Eauzone in London as well as slots all over the UK and Europe. Moving to production in 2001, Harold soon found success with his first EP coming out on the well respected Stickman Records and soon DJs as varied as Layo and Bushwacka!, Laurent Garnier, Ashley Beedle, Ralph Lawson, Terry Francis & Nathan Coles, Pete Tong, Dave Mothersole, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Tyler Stadius etc. were succumbing to the unique charms of Harold 's dirty jacking house and tech funk. The next step is an album and Urbantorque ( "...the UK 's best deep house label " - iDJ Magazine) released Harolds debut album, "Hole Funk " in 2006 to great aclaim: "...this is one immaculate debut 5/5 " iDJ Magazine. With world-wide DJing dates lined up to promote the album, DJ residencies at Lovestick in Brighton & The Bedroom Bar in London, together with more EPs, remixes and collaborations, Harold 's certainly keeping busy in 2007.