Having cut his teeth playing parties, bars and clubs Henry Greenwood started editing disco and funk tracks to fit into his selections and subsequently stumbled on the re-edits scene. His Roller Disco mixes, which mashed-up acappellas and classic disco tracks, caught the attention of Greg Wilson and he asked for an extended version of ‘I Specialize In Love/Love Hangover’. Taking in disco, funk, Balearic, pop music of substance, golden-era hip hop, classic 90s US garage house, and even a bit of bass & breaks, he’s developed his own distinctive style, favouring sampling, cut up funk loops, and big pianos.
His big break came when he reworked Neneh Cherry as ‘Buffalo Dance’ and the result found itself on the first A&R Edits vinyl release becoming a crowd favourite for GW. The track was coupled with an ethereal reworking of George Benson’s ‘Nature Boy’, released as ‘Voice of Nature’. He’s been resident at Slide for a number of years, moving with it from his hometown of Oxford to its current location in Brixton, whilst he’s more recently worked with Super Weird Substance, programming and mixing their recent release, ‘Gone With The Vibe’ – a track that’s blown up for Greg over the summer months.