Review: Harry Wolfman – Booty Call EP

Harry Wolfman

Artist: Harry Wolfman
Title: Booty Call
Remixes: Ben Pearce, Pete Dafeet
Record Label: Lost My Dog Records
Genre: Deep House

Harry Wolfman from the head-turning Purp & Soul crew joins the Lost My Dog ranks with his latest EP of trippy and twisted Deep House.

Harry’s three original tracks are all built around hypnotic deep grooves, complemented by thickly layered synths and pads, and sparse vocal stabs.

The result is a captivating listen.

Title track ‘Booty Call’ is backed by two remixes – the first by Ben Pearce, still riding high on the success of his single ‘What I Might Do’ in 2012. Ben takes things even deeper than the original with huge swirling build-ups and a relentless bassline.

The second remix comes from Lost My Dog boss Pete Dafeet. His remix retains the eerie feel of the original, but increases the energy in the drums and brings extra grit to the synth work.

Who is Harry Wolfman?

Having spent the best of his teenage years honing in his production craft, 2012 was the year Harry Wolfman finally settled into his stride and begin turning heads amongst the House and Techno community.

His discography has quickly gained a signature for having an impending sound that creates truly contemporary pieces of engaging, yet dance floor inspired, music.

Harry joined the tight knit Purp & Soul family at the start of 2012 (labelled by DMC World Magazine as “one of the UK’s brightest new agencies & labels”), and quickly established himself as one of their key players with his ‘Secret Love’ and ‘96 Affair’ EP gaining strong recognition.