DJ Haus - Higher | Music Video - Conversations About Her

DJ Haus – Higher | Music Video

Conversations About Her

DJ Haus – Higher | Music Video



UK DJ and producer DJ Haus has today (November 5) shared the video for his track “Higher”. The track is taken from his forthcoming album Burnin’ Up, which is due for release on November 13 via Rinse. Watch the video and listen to the track below.


The track and its visuals make pretty concrete references back to the golden age of British rave culture. The audio has an old school garagey house feel with swinging percussion rhythms, stabbing transposed chords and choppy female vocals. The video, made by Jack Addis, picks up on the throw back vibes with a retro aesthetic style featuring floating pills, water bottles and glow sticks inter-cut with an animated woman dancing and perspiring to Haus’ tune.


You can pre-order DJ Haus’ album here. The album will be able available in a range of formats including digital, CD and as a 2 x LP. “Higher” is also available to be bought as an immediate download from The Sound Of Rinse FM compilation.



The tracklist for Burnin’ Up is as follows:


1. Won’t Let U Get Away
2. Higher
3. Burnin Up
4. Hypnotizin’
5. EEEz Werkin
6. Houz Muzik (Feat. Chambray)
7. No More Loving
8. In My Mind
9. Make Me Feel This Way
10. Keep Me Coming (Feat. Innershades)
11. Acid Stringz


DJ Haus will also be performing a string of dates over the next couple of months:


10th November – Club La Vilaine, Brussels, Belgium
14th November – Pacinos, Dublin, Ireland
17th November – Cosmic Ballroom, Newcastle, UK
19th November – Dance Tunnel, London, UK
20th November – Terminal Club, Lyon, France
27th November – Aux Gazelles, Wien, Austria
5th December – Rainbow Warehouse, Birmingham
11th December – Pistil, Seoul, South Korea
12th December – Liquidroom, Tokyo, Japan



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Nick Bimson

I am 23 years old and a recent English Literature graduate. I love music and have an eclectic taste. I am open to any kind of new, interesting music but I also have a passion for discovering hidden gems in the music of the past. My main areas of interest are electronic music, hip hop, soul, funk and jazz. I also enjoy reading and writing and have been contributing poetry to an online arts and culture magazine which goes by the name of Foci.

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