Henry Saiz is an electronic music artist who transcends trend and formula to create a musical language that can be difficult to describe, but simple to enjoy.
The Madrid-Native DJ & producer soon attracted the attention of UK giants such as Renaissance, Global Underground and Bedrock. His own label Naturasonoris won “Best Label” of 2011 by Deejay Magazine and his standout remix of Guy J’s “Lamur” brought him his first “Essential New Tune” from Radio 1’s Pete Tong.
He was also chosen to follow in the path of dance music elite when invited to mix his own CD compilation for the prestigious Balance Series (also in 2011). A process in which he utilized vinyl, cassette, reel-to-reel tapes and over 100 field recordings that he’s recorded as a pre-teen. Many still regard the mix to be the finest the label has released so far. Following on from the likes of James Holden, Joris Voorn, Will Saul and Agoria. Henry’s addition to this world-renowned mix series has more than lived up to expectations and has set a new benchmark in depth and quality.
In the last years, Henry’s impressive curriculum has led him to perform around the world. Accumulating many big successes, including praise from critics and the public from festivals such as Sonar, Creamfields, Ultra Miami, Global Gathering and Benicassim among many others. Simultaneously, Henry has created and hosted his very own on-line radio show “The Labyrinth” with a growing legion of listeners worldwide.
After a long list of successful releases and non-stop touring worldwide. Henry releases in 2013 his debut LP. The suggestively tittled “Reality Is For Those Who Are Not Strong Enough To Confront Their Dreams. The embodiment of 2 years of production and recording. The album features 17 tracks over an extended listen to immerse the listeners in a journey through Henry’s own interpretation of Electronica. A listen that is likely to surprise both his existing fans and the new ones discovering him for the first time. And with that, sit back, press play, and immerse yourself in the sound of Henry Saiz.