Henry Hacking is building on a massive 2019 with a hot new single on Pukka Up Deep. The imprint from the infamous Ibiza boat party brand released "Just Fine" from Henry a couple of weeks ago. Built on deep, warm bass that props up airy percussion and some soulful chords, "Just Fine" is sure to be a standout moment in Henry's upcoming set at Ministry of Sound.
Ahead of his return to the club, we got the seasoned pro to pick out five of his favourite memories from the club. Built on deep, warm bass that props up airy percussion and some well-designed chord
You can listen to "Just Fine" here.
Henry Hacking – "Lifting"
Where it all began for me - this track really spring-boarded my solo career with a stack of global support. A full-blown big room houser which has taken the roof off Ministry countless times.
Marco Lys & Plaster Hands - "Who Dares To Believe In Me"
I've been a huge fan of Marco over the years with his untouchable fusion of sax in his music. This track has incredible energy in the builds and brings a hint of the old school with a very recognisable piano. Full-on hand raising bullet.
Mark Knight vs Mr Roy - "Something About U"
Another anthem of 2019. Mark can pretty much do no wrong in my eyes - a house music producing genius captured perfectly here. Another big building, main room house track which grooves its way to the glory of the classic Mr Roy. What a tune.
Bastille - "Pompeii" (Audien Remix)
This one has not left my box for years. Bastille's insanely good Pompeii made even better by the brilliant Audien. The reaction playing this track has been the same every single time - pure happiness and energy. It's a Gallery winner!
DubVision vs One Republic - "Lose My Heart" (Henry Hacking Mash Up)
One thing I'm proud of is my ability to enjoy and play all styles of house music. The Gallery nights allow me to do that, bringing the uplifting to the big room, to the anthems. This mash-up has been another sure-fire winner on my floor. DubVision creates brilliant hand-raisers and sprinkling their classic 'Heart' with the much-loved vocal from One Republic "I Lose Myself", takes this to another level.