Harry Clarke exploded onto the scene at the tender age of sixteen with releases that garnered attention from the likes of Annie Nightingale and Andi Durrant. With a passion for music that flourished through training in classical piano as well as studying sound engineering. Harry Clarke has forged a path as one of the most creative and visionary producers in the UK.
His work as one half of Bass Music heavy weights Punx Soundcheck has earned him radio plays across the world. Forthcoming releases on labels such as Protohype and Eat music alongside previous acclaimed releases on esteemed labels Komplex Sounds; Arcade Pony and Hottwerk have earned him a place as a bass music stalwart. Remixes for the likes of Detroit Grand Pubahs; Retrophobia; DPPLGNGRS and S'Express have turned Harry Clarke into the Producer du jour to turn a track into a sure fire bass infused monster.
Alongside his work in electronic music Harry Clarke has worked behind the glass recording, producing and songwriting for a multitude of sought after artists. This includes working with Flying Lizards' vocalist Deborah Evans-Stickland to work their '80s number one smash 'Money' into a contemporary hit. His fire for creating and sharing music has earned him a show on Bang Radio 103.6 FM as part of their late night line up playing a slew of bass heavy, sonic, juggernauts to a vast, London audience.
With forthcoming album 'Animals of Men' about to drop on Komplex Sounds and a constant stream of releases achieving rave reviews from the likes of Mixmag and DJ Magazine as Punx Soundcheck, alongside his work as a sound engineer; songwriter and radio DJ; Harry Clarke has earned himself a reputation as a visionary producer and engineer.