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Henry Hacking returns with electric new single ‘Get Down’ on Tiger Records / House Sessions

Henry Hacking returns with electric new single ‘Get Down’ on Tiger Records / House Sessions
House talent Henry Hacking returns with electric new single ‘Get Down’ on vital Cologne label Tiger Records / House Sessions
The dynamite original is backed with a remix from Tayllor to make for another essential package that confirms Hacking is all set to fully arrive on the global scene in 2019.
UK DJ / producer Henry Hacking continues to propel himself into the stratosphere with superb new single ‘Get Down’ showing off his mastery of dancefloor dynamics and lands on Tiger Records on 4th January 2019, exclusively available on Beatport (click here to buy) for two weeks before general release on 18th January. Already a pivotal player in the Asian scene with a jam-packed DJ diary that takes him from shiny super clubs to more underground and intimate dance floors, the former BeatThiefs member is reinvigorated going into 2019 and all set to blow up on the back of this big new track.
It comes after Hacking has established himself with forward-thinking, floorfilling sets of contemporary house and tech all around Singapore, Hanoi, Bali, China and more, with headline slots at some of the world’s most famous clubs like London’s Ministry of Sound and Ibiza’s Eden. Hacking is already well known for his distinctive big room sounds with thanks to a remix of ‘Questions’ for The Stafford Brothers and huge tracks like ‘Lifting’ on EDX’s Pinkstar label, receiving global support from titans like David Guetta, Fedde Le Grand, Nervo and appearing in plenty of Spotify playlists.
This new solo single lands on Cologne’s Tiger Records, which has established itself over ten years with releases from huge names like Fedde Le Grand, Mark Knight, and Fragma.
It is a popping house cut with turbocharged kicks, big piano stabs and vocal yelps that all make it jump out of the speakers and into your affections. It’s full of raw energy and slick drums that build and build so is sure to have the dance floor in raptures.
Dubai’s Tayllor remixes and takes it deep with filtered vocals, dark percussive energy and rolling bass all sure to sweep up the crowd and get them locked in.
Hacking had a busy 2018 locked away in the studio cooking up no fewer than eight new tracks all set for release in 2019, including the highly anticipated rework of ‘Nasty Girl’ with Inaya Day on Vicious Records. Next year he’ll continue his Ibiza residency with the legendary Pukka Up alongside more Asia tour dates and plenty more. 2019 is set to be the year the tireless and talented Henry Hacking really takes over.
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