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Available for DJ engagements at clubs, bars, events and festivals - live mixing with a mash up of upfront house music mixed with the very best classic disco tracks. Everything mixed 100% live - with Simon Harris you can be sure of a genuine live DJ mix performance and more importantly, GREAT music.


An award winning producer and remixer with a storming selection of meticulously segued tracks and special remixes programmed live for the crowd, If you are interested in booking Simon for a DJ appearance we would love to hear from you.

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Best known for his monster sample house hit ‘Bass (How Low Can You Go?), Simon Harris is a British DJ and pioneering electronic producer of sample based house music. Harris began his DJ career at an early age while he was working at a Pro Audio store in London, he discovered US import 12 inch singles, became one of the first UK mixing DJ’s then a club promoter, he was resident DJ at ‘Legends’ and other London clubs, he played at The Camden Palace with ‘Blitz’ DJ Rusty Egan (Visage) and worked with many London and Essex pirate radio DJ’s. 


Harris was one of the original producers for Tony Prince's DMC appearing at conventions and working with JBL, joined forces with BBC Radio 1 DJ Froggy and the pair produced remixes for major labels including Polydor, Chrysalis, A&M, EMI, BMG, Sony and London before starting their own independent record label 'Music of Life' after being offered a label deal by Street Sounds records owner Morgan Khan.


Music of Life became one of the UK's first rap/hip-hop labels with Harris producing many British rap artists including Derek B, Daddy Freddy, Demon Boyz and  more. Harris also worked with Paul Oakenfold, George Clinton and Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim) and via Germany's Edel, Simon remixed "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" Prince’s only UK No 1 hit. 


Pete Tong  MBE signed Harris as an artist to London/FFRR label and released the Top 10 hit "Bass (How Low Can You Go?)" with vocal sample by Public Enemy’s Chuck D, this became a US Billboard Dance top 10 hit and a BBC Top of the Pops appearance. Pete Tong released his ‘Bass’ album followed by more singles. He also mixed the first house record to reach No1 in the UK charts, Steve ’Silk’ Hurley’s ‘Jack your Body’ and ‘the first Acid House top 10 hit ‘D-Mob (Feat. Gary Haisman)’s ‘We call it Acieeed’


Harris continues to DJ in the US and UK, on Mixcloud and digital radio and in 2018 formed a new label ‘WORKROOM’ releasing house and electronic music aimed at club DJ’s .


Simon Harris spins an exciting selection of Upfront house, disco and electro

with plenty of BASS!

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