UK based Harrison is a young man who’s very much in demand after storming the EDM and progressive house charts with big breakthrough tracks ‘Ain’t A Party’ (with David Guetta), then further collaboration singles with the likes of Hardwell, Steve Aoki and VINAI.
The secret to Harrison’s success and rapid rise is his uniqueness. How many artists can play not just great DJ set, but also to perform live vocals of the songs they’ve written during their DJ set? As a DJ and vocalist, he’s been combining these skills to consistently explosive effect – there is only ONE Harrison and the world of electronic dance music is a more inspiring place now that he’s taking centre stage.
As a songwriter and vocalist Harrison arrived as a breath of fresh air in the frequently formulaic dance scene. Original, often edgy lyrics together with a raw yet faultless recording voice are just part of Harrison’s obvious vocal talents.
Take his ‘Sally’ collaboration with Hardwell as a prime example – a standout track with risqué lyrics paired with dominating main stage production that’s clocked up well over 14 million views combined on YouTube and which Harrison has wowed audiences with this track live on Dutch national TV to the I Am Hardwell show at massive Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.
Equally impressive was the ‘The Wave’ with VINAI, a track which hit #1 on Beatport and went on to be a massive summer festival anthem for A list DJs right across the broadest range of EDM genres. Harrison also reeled off a succession of further collaboration hits such as ‘Sit Down’ with VINAI, ‘Mayday’ with Dannic & Lucky Date, ‘Never Rave Again’ with Laidback Luke, ‘LA Girls’ with Juicy M and ‘Once Upon A Time’ with Kill The Buzz – all of which stormed the Beatport charts, radio, video and Spotify playlists.
Only until you witness Harrison live on stage will you appreciate the true power of his performances. He’s an energised, inspiring and natural front man who’s presence is perfect for the spotlight and the big stage. It’s no exaggeration to state that Harrison live is a true showstopping experience – as witnessed when the likes of Hardwell, Steve Aoki and VINAI have taken him on tour to perform live alongside them and to provide the highlight of the set.
As an artist on a seemingly unstoppable rise through the dance music scene, Harrison has been spreading his wings as a solo artist to take his unique DJ & Live performance to some of the biggest stages on the planet. From legendary UK brands Ministry Of Sound, Cream and SW4 Festival, through to European shows including Privilege and Es Paradis in Ibiza, BCM in Majorca, Emporium Festival in Holland, Magnetic Festival in Czech Republic, Papaya in Croatia and many more around Europe.
Long haul destinations have been equally impressive, such as a DJ Mag branded tour of China, World DJ Festival and Octagon in South Korea, Ele, KT/T2 and Riviera in Japan, Myst in Taiwan, Onyx in Thailand, Sky Garden Bali, Fuse in Myanmar, a tour of India, plus the H2O Festival in South Africa. Dance fans around the world have been getting their first live experience of Harrison and are under his spell… and unsurprisingly they all want MORE!
2018 saw an exciting new chapter in Harrison’s career with the launch of his own label Outlaw Records to showcase his new solo productions and a handful of carefully selected collaboration projects. The Outlaw sounds are a fresh and future proof evolution of electronic dance music in Harrison’s inimitable style and sit alongside his Outlaw Radio shows. Early releases ‘Blinding My Vision’, ‘2 White Lies’ (feat. Kill The Buzz & Leon Mallett), ‘Been A Long Time’ and ‘In My Bloodstream’ have all featured slick music videos and gained a new fan following for Harrison’s evolving Future House sounds.
2019 looks set to be Harrison’s biggest year yet for hit collaboration tracks, with ‘The Crowd Song’ (together with VINAI), ‘Burn Me Down’ (with Dannic), ‘Tell Me Why’ (with Alok) and a top secret project underway with Knife Party just some of the singles set for release on leading labels such as Spinnin’ and Revealed over the summer festival season.
With music, record label, radio show and live performances firing on all fronts, the Harrison and Outlaw Records names are set to be pinned to dance music’s Most Wanted list in 2019 and beyond.
Simon Eve – email@example.com
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