UK born Harrison has accomplished a lot within the music industry as a raw, talented Vocalist and DJ and is still only in his early 20s. His impressive Live show combines these talents and has taken Harrison across Europe, Asia, North America and Africa. His talented songwriting and individualistic voice has led to support from the biggest names in dance including Tiësto, David Guetta, Avicii, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Radio 1’s Danny Howard and beyond…
Harrison has been able to appeal to the best of the best with his distinct, catchy lyrics and one-of-a-kind voice which, after early collaborations with the likes of David Guetta, also enticed the #1 DJ Mag Top 100 DJ at the time, Hardwell. Joining forces for the controversial track ‘Sally’ & ‘Earthquake’, the unique stance of risqué lyrics paired with main stage dominating production became one of the most played and most spoken-of tracks on Hardwell’s album ‘United We Are’, also reaching #1 status in the Netherlands.
Cranking things up another gear, Harrison went on to release a slew of tracks with Laidback Luke on his first artist album in 13 years (‘Never Rave Again’), EDM-pop powerhouse Steve Aoki (‘Holding Up The World’), Dannic & Lucky Date (‘Mayday’), also continuing his collaborative streak with Thomas Gold (‘Take Me Home’) and VINAI (‘Sit Down’ ‘Get Ready Now’ & ’The Wave’ ), spanning the "emotive" to the "party-starting" – 2018 was his year to step out of the shadows and shine of his own accord.
Launching his own Outlaw imprint after the success of his Armada, Spinnin’ and Revealed Recordings releases, a new dawn emerged for Harrison with ‘Blinding My Vision’, laying out an ambitious path of future bass that merges with his vocal flair. Fuelling the excitement of his Tracks ‘2 White Lies’ with Kill The Buzz & ‘In My Bloodstream’ creating his own unique sound and proving his passion in stepping out solo, his sound is one that could only reside from a true artist taking control of his own destiny.
Originally from Dublin Ireland, Rachel is based in London . A classically trained pianist from the age of 6 , she grew up with a background in musical theatre until moving to London where she pursued a career in singing and songwriting.
She has teamed up with many producers and songwriters including Steve Dubs – Chemical Brothers, Ruadhri Cushnan – Mumford and sons, Ed Sheeran, Johnny Rockstar – The Sugababes . She has also co-written two tracks for Sony, one of which, titled 'Chameleon Life' was nominated for a 'Meteor Choice Music Prize Irish Song of The Year'
Her range of work has included; ‘Britan’s Next Top Model’ (and other ITV 2 and Sky Living series such as ‘It's all about Amy’, ‘What Katie did next’ and ‘Britans Next Top Model’ ) where she performed a self penned song ‘ as the face of ‘Cinderella Hair Extensions’
She is a regular session singer and performer around London and her voice has been used on many adverts and tv shows in the States and the UK
Rachel has also toured as a vocalist with various bands in Austria, Switzerland and Germany, Beijing, Beirut, Indonesia, India and Japan
Rachel has currently released an EP of original material and performs regularly for various companies around London. Since signing to 23rd Precinct Music, Rachel has seen success joining arms with the likes of TomCole, Tuff London and more. ’Talk To Me’ out on Solotoko received high praise including BBC Radio 1 support from Idris Elba. We’re thoroughly looking forward to more exciting collaborations showcasing Rachel’s exceptional vocal skills.
Seamus will always say that he is first & foremost a DJ and that everything else followed. Since the mid 90’s Seamus has produced under various monikers on many a club classic such as Mekkah ‘Race Of Survival’, Splice Of Life ‘2000 Black’, Big Bang Theory ‘God’s Child’, Get This! ‘Ya Underwear’, I-jah ‘Love The Way You Move’…the list goes on. Well-known global dancefloor staples from ‘Weekend’ to ‘Take Me Away’, his club chart #1 ‘Last Night A DJ Saved My Life’ and that infamous remix of ‘Boogie 2 Nite’ #2 UK National Charts in the 2000’s further propelled him into an International DJ & Producer.
As a DJ, he’s played all over the world & held down residencies at Ministry of Sound & Pacha in London and Ibiza and also toured for the likes of Defected, Hed Kandi & MOS across the globe. A previous official ambassador for Pioneer CDJs, he takes DJ skills very seriously. Over the last few years he’s also been taking in Australasia tours playing more chilled, house sets for the likes of Karma Beach club in various locations in Bali to main room house sets in Sydney & Melbourne. He’s also a regular for Brighton Pride, Manchester Pride and Toronto Pride.
Seamus is also much in demand for radio mixes and compilations and highlights include two Radio 1 Essential Mixes, two exclusive Sessions releases for Ministry of Sound, a number for Defected, and he’s even released 2 comps for Men’s Health mag as well as on his successful Big Love label.
Seamus Haji’s experience is all part of the mix. He has been involved in nearly all aspects of the Music Business from working in London’s most influential dance music record shops for 10 years to A&R’ing for Slip’n’Slide Records, Defected Records and Strictly Rhythm . Since 2002 he has also been at the helm of his own much-respected house music label, Big Love (also including sister imprints Big Love Trax and Soul Love) for which he has either A&R’d, produced, remixed (or all three) nearly 400 hundred singles and mixed over 20 compilations.
Over recent years he’s gone back to his boogie & disco roots with releases under his previous Big Bang Theory moniker such as ‘What A Surprise’, ‘Make Life Better’, Saw Your Face’, ‘Feels So Good’ and ‘Touch Me’. He also teamed up with long time DJ friend ATFC for ‘Right Track’ and ‘Confess’ .His most recent EP with new name Sammy Deuce spawned the popular ‘Disco Crown’ / ‘Celebrate Disco’ in a similar same disco house.theme. His recent ‘Disco In The House’ compilation on Big Love proved extremely popular with (amongst others) Annie Mac supporting it on her World famous Radio 1 show!
Seamus has also released a number of re-edit inspired EPs for the highly rated Midnight Riot! Label over the last few years under his Re-Loved moniker. After releasing 4 EPs for label owner Yam Who? Seamus felt the time was right in 2017 to set up his Re-Loved imprint for his personal edits.
With a relentless schedule across all strands of his career, he is living contradiction of those who insist that men can’t multi-task!
Daniel has been working in the music industry for over twenty years. He was originally known for being a member of ‘One True Voice’, a boy band created from the Popstars: The Rivals TV show.
The band went ‘Gold’ with their double A-sided release of ‘Sacred Trust/After You’re Gone’, which went to number 2 in the UK charts in 2002.
Daniel Pearce then extended his industry credibility by offering his vocal skills under the name of DTale. He has subsequently become a renowned vocalist, who has been the voice to several global hit songs in recent years. They include tracks with the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Duke Dumont, Philip George, DJ Fresh, Format B, Alex Adair, and the Chemical Brothers.
Daniel’s superlative vocals on Sigma’s ‘multi-platinum’ selling global hit ‘Nobody To Love’ is the highest ever-selling Drum n Bass track, and consequently, it has received much critical acclaim, including a BRIT nomination for best single of 2014. In the same year, he also provided a vocal contribution to the Grammy nominated ‘I Got U’ by Duke Dumont.
His extraordinary contribution to chart topping success means he is in constant demand for writing, recording and tours. In addition, Daniel is a multi-instrumentalist who plays drums, percussion and keys. He has performed live, the world over, producing a wholly unique and exceptional musical experience of pop-fused funk, soul, jazz and rock.
Richard Brook is a freelance session musician and Musical Director based in London. He is currently MD for ABC, Jimmy Somerville, The Rewind festival house band and ‘Britpop Classical’.
His live and recording credits include: Take That, ABC, Gary Barlow, Sister Sledge, Rick Astley, Anne Dudley, Holly Johnson, Nik Kershaw, Fraser T Smith, Tinchy Stryder, Sugababes, Heather Small, Tony Hadley, Kim Wilde, The JB horns, Rick Wakeman, All Saints + Many more.
Until now Richard has been a CRI client , but going forwards has joined PRL direct and we are proud to have him on the roster!
Rion S is a songwriter from Northern Ireland. He is a working dance music vocalist, working with producers worldwide.
In 2017, Rion participated in a songwriting camp in Nashville, USA collaborating with songwriters such as Tabitha Fair who co- wrote If We Get Through This with Carole King which was featured in the film Sum Of All Fears; Lisa Goe, the co-writer of Ernie Halter's Come Home to Me; Blue Millar; Blake Densmore and Lamont "Logic" Coleman who has worked as a producer with artists such as Wyclef Jean, Akon, Lil’ Wayne, T.I, Shakira, Justin Bieber, Eve, and Jim Jones. Ryan has also been a popular member of Notting Hill's The Big One, a writing camp that takes place at NHM base, Tileyard Studios. Here, Ryan has written with the likes of Emma Stakes & Shin Murayama to name a few.
Rion has had writing cuts on UK label Toolroom Records and Dutch based label Spinnin Records. Ryan has also co-written with songwriting duo Tuff London (Ben Remember & Sam Townsend) on a number of tracks. Most notably, 'No Shame' which has amassed over 300,000 Spotify streams.
Most recently, Ryan has developed a killer writing relationship with Micro Berti, also known as Babert. The pair teamed up to produce 'Receive (The Rhythm, The Soul)' which was released on Club Sweat. Premiered on Music4Lovers, they said "...On ‘Receive (The Rhythm, The Soul)’, Babert has teamed up with Rion S for some smooth, uplifting vocals reminiscent of the golden days of house and disco...."