HECTOR ROMERO TO RELEASE ‘WEAVING GENRES’ ON NERVOUS RECORDS

Hector Romero steps up to curate ‘Weaving Genres’ on Nervous featuring exclusive tracks and remixes from the likes of David Morales, Reboot, Klement Bonelli, Crookers, Fred Everything, and more.

 

 

The two legends of NYC nightlife, Nervous Records and Hector Romero, came together to collaborate on an original compilation made up with Hector’s personal choices of unreleased tracks. Fully characterized by his eclectic, unique style, the album will dive you into its ‘Weaving Genres’ that make his talent undeniable.

 

There have been many changes over the past four decades within New York’s nightlife. The sounds have gone from disco to freestyle to house to techno; the venues have shifted from Studio 54 to Palladium to Sound Factory, Pacha to Output; and the borough to dance in has gone from Manhattan to Brooklyn.

 

But there has been one element in the community that has been able to survive the ever-evolving landscape, and that is the DJ. Not many, of course, but a few talented, inspired DJ / artists have remained at the forefront of the industry during this time.

 

One of those is the artist formerly known as DJ Baby Hec in the 80’s – now widely known as Hector Romero.


Born and raised in The Bronx, Hector’s DJ experiences span playing legendary venues likes Limelight, Palladium, Save The Robots and The Roxy. Over the years, he has evolved into one of New York City’s prime ambassadors of house, bringing his unique soulful and rugged house vibe to venues around the world. He now looks to showcase his distinct musical aesthetic with his debut Mix CD on Nervous Records titled ‘Weaving Genres’.

 

Like Hector, the tracks on the compilation come from producers who span an entire generation of club music; including Louie Vega, David Morales, Robert Clivilles, Harry Romero, Crookers, Fred Everything, Benji Candelario, Teddy Douglas, Klement Bonelli and Reboot, as well as vocal performances by Joi Cardwell and Kevin Aviance.


In the new digital realm where there is such a massive outpouring of new music each week, Hector wanted to make sure his compilation received the proper attention, so he worked with Nervous to come up with a track list of all unreleased masters.

 

As well as his DJ experience, Hector’s position as an A&R exec at Def Mix Music and Saw Recordings gave him the opportunity to work with legends like David Morales and Frankie Knuckles. Those relationships taught him essential lessons about the equal importance of a great beat and a great song. The result is 80 minutes of seamlessly mixed house music that will work just as well on the dance floor as in a boutique or in the car.

 

 

Source: www.houseoffrankie.com

 

 

 

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