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One To Remember Inc. Harvey Sutherland & Ginger Root Remixes

    Just found one copy of this mega limited 12"s in the office. 

    First come first served.


    A One To Remember Remix – Harvey Sutherland
    B Connaissais De Face Remix – Ginger Root

    Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda


    "Expectations” is the much awaiting long player from the southern hemisphere's hottest disco-house outfit Harvey Sutherland. Like Max Graef, Sutherland likes to get his mates in on the action, which is where the Bermuda project was born. Recorded with bandmates Graeme Pogson (drums) and Tamil Rogeon (electric strings), "Expectations" follows last year’s stomping label debut single “Priestess / Bravado” for Sutherland's own Clairity Records. Six tracks spanning Harvey’s influences from the West Coast to West End Records. The EP includes a long-awaited studio version of live favourite “Clarity”, uptempo burner “Coast 2 Coast” and a moment of spiritual introspection with “Spiders”. The title track offers glimmers of the Doobies and the ‘Dan - a sign of things to come from the Melbourne producer and his unique trio. 


    Matt says: Australia's hottest export Harvey Sutherland comes correct as always with heady house mixed with skewiff funk.


    A1 Clarity
    A2 Why Look Back..
    A3 Expectations
    B1 Coast 2 Coast
    B2 Spiders
    B3 Saturn's Return

    Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda

    Priestess / Bravado

    Harvey Sutherland’s latest 12” marks the inaugural release for Clarity Recordings, an imprint established by Sutherland for modern Australian records.

    The first new music from the Melbourne producer since last year’s cuts for MCDE, the double A-side “Priestess / Bravado” features his live trio Bermuda at full tilt, with an ensemble of hand clapping friends. Self-described ‘lounge room disco burners’, the record summons the groove experiments of Patrick Adams, Bill Laswell and Arthur Russell, while retaining Harvey’s soulful tones and club-ready arrangements.

    “Priestess” evolves slowly, a nine-minute mind dance that ultimately reaches a celestial state. Sutherland’s piano lines bounce off drummer Graeme Pogson’s unwavering four-on-the-floor, while one-man string section Tamil Rogeon travels skyward. Live standout Bravado is played with determined precision, locking into a tough backbeat that only breaks once Sutherland’s warbling lead solo approaches its resonant peak.


    Matt says: New material from the adored Australian producer. Still ripe with dizzying instrumentation, rich musicality and a sun-blushed dreaminess those Ozzy cats do so well.


    A Priestess
    B Bravado

    Harvey Sutherland


      Melbourne-based producer, DJ and instrumentalist, Harvey Sutherland announces his stunning debut album, Boy via House Anxiety.

      Drop the needle on Boy and find yourself transported to a hypermodern take on funk music.

      Recorded between London, Los Angeles and Katz’s own Swimming Pool studios with a host of hotshot Melbourne session musicians and a string of guests, tracks like “Age Of Acceleration” and “Michael Was Right About You” take the base elements of funk and fire them through a prism of influences.

      The hyper-produced studio pop of Todd Rundgren, the lush synth groove of New York boogie and the harsh snap of coldwave.

      Early Harvey Sutherland 12-inches like “Bermuda” and “Priestess” (handpicked by Paul Woolford aka Special Request for his recent DJ Kicks compilation) were electronic dance records in love with the sound of soul, funk and disco music.

      But Boy is every bit the real deal.

      Boy has been a couple of years in the works, taking shape in between tours with Khruangbin and Hot Chip as well as a busy studio schedule that include production and killer remixes for Disclosure, Genesis Owusu and Hiatus Kaiyote.

      In this time, Katz also spread his wings as a bandleader, touringinternationally with his live ensemble and directing an 11-piece band for the New York boogie icon Leroy Burgess on his Australian tour.


      1. Jouissance
      2. Age Of Acceleration
      3. Feeling Of Love Ft. DāM-FunK
      4. Holding Pattern
      5. Michael Was Right About You
      6. Slackers
      7. Type A Ft. Sos
      8. Angry Young Man
      9. Boy
      10. Time On My Side

      Surprise Chef

      Maw & Harvey Sutherland Remixes

        Another act to emerge out of Melbourne's explosive underground music scene is Surprise Chef who Piccadilly regulars will know we've been supporting since their very first releases. Now working out of the College of Knowledge stable (their home / studio / record label namesake), the band's take on instrumental cinematic soul and funk has connected with listeners across multiple scenes and genres. Their intoxicatingly laidback sound, which pairs expertly crafted hooks with a seriously funky, watertight rhythm section, has earned them a wide appeal and made their tracks ripe for interpretation.

        When floating ideas for potential remixers, two names came to the fore, Masters At Work and Harvey Sutherland. MAW have a long history with Mr Bongo having remixed the Brit- funk classic 'Dancing In Outer Space' by Atmosfear for the label in 1997, and releasing the original track, 'Brazilian Beat' in 2000. With their studio collaboration now back in full swing, it was the perfect time to inject the MAW magic back into the label. They picked 'Crayfish Caper' from the band's first album 'All News Is Good News' as their choice of track to remix. The 'Nuyorican Broken Remix' sees MAW stepping into their Nuyorican Soul guise. A Latin shuffle meets an afro-beat rhythm and some very chunky broken beats, which all underpins an infectious melody constructed around the original track's bassline. They pair this with horns and synths that add a flourish and reveal new layers as the track develops. It's a sound that is uniquely Nuyorican Soul and a welcome return for fans of this aspect of their phenomenal output. The 'Masters At Work Remix' is straight up vintage MAW in House mode. It takes many of the same elements found in the 'Nuyorican Broken Remix' and points things in a House direction. It's 4/4, but the beats have that Kenny Dope trademark swing. Tough, but oozing soul. Add to that heavy bass, vocal cuts, fierce horns and saxophone, layered synths, and that undeniable MAW bounce.

        Rounding off the package is the remix from Harvey Sutherland. Having made international waves since 2013 with his unique take on dance music, Harvey has long been on Mr Bongo's remix radar, but until now we hadn't managed to get that ambition over the line. This time around the stars aligned perfectly. Surprise Chef and Harvey Sutherland are both Melbourne residents and they had already been working on projects together. The band set things up and Harvey chose to remix 'New Ferrari' from their latest album, 'Daylight Savings'. His take on the track sees things venturing into dubby-disco territory. A dreamy, cosmic, bass-heavy, sweeping synth-led workout, that retains yet reinterprets the catchy-as-hell hooks from the original track. A roller with serious muscle!


        1. Crayfish Caper (Nuyorican Broken Mix)
        2. Crayfish Caper (Masters At Work Mix)
        3. New Ferrari (Harvey Sutherland's Weird Flex - 12” Mix)

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