Hardsoul

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Hardsoul is a duo of house music producers and DJs from the Netherlands, made up of the brothers Rogier (DJ Roog) and Greg van Bueren.

History[edit]

Founded in 1997, Hardsoul began releasing music on Soulfuric Recordings, a label owned by Marc Pomeroy and Brian Tappert. This led to another release on Soulfuric, "Sweatshop", in 2003, before graduating to Defected Records' sublabel ITH Records, where they released "Backtogether", a vocal anthem sung by Ron Carroll, in 2003. It received airplay on mainstream radio, and peaked at #60 in the UK Singles Chart.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • 1998 "Do What I Gotta Do"
  • 1999 "Fight The Feeling/Your Last Dance"
  • 2000 "Late Night Sessions Vol. 1"
  • 2001 "Where Did Our Love Go", with Forrest Thomas
  • 2001 "La Pasion De Gozar"
  • 2001 "All Night Long", with Rose Stigter
  • 2002 "Caracho"
  • 2002 "Never Gonna Stop", with The Soul Hustlers
  • 2003 "Sweatshop", with New Cool Collective
  • 2003 "6 Dah/Former Destiny"
  • 2003 "Tricky Bizniz #1"
  • 2003 "Back Together", with Ron Carroll
  • 2004 "Committed"
  • 2004 "Plastiko EP"
  • 2004 "The Hardsoul EP"
  • 2004 "Lapoema", with Olav Basoski
  • 2005 "Bounsoun", with New Cool Collective
  • 2005 "Über", as Hardsoul presents Roog & Greg
  • 2006 "No Man", with Shaun Escoffery
  • 2006 "Don't Let Love Weigh You Down", with Amma
  • 2006 "Deep Inside"
  • 2006 "My Life", with Ron Carroll and Sven Vigee
  • 2007 "Your Mind Is Twisted", with Jeroenski
  • 2009 "Shed My Skin" with Erick E as HouseQuake, featuring Anita Kelsey

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