Henry Saiz is the creator of a very unique formula, a maximized blend of emotional techno sophistically redressed in a wonderful IDM. His music has been always marked and skillfully splashed by an acid neo-trance essence, and because of that Henry has now reached new levels of brilliance in an exquisite electronic dimension.
After releasing his first productions on labels such as Global Underground and Paradigm Musik – in which he continues to actively collaborate - in the year 2008 his crafty techno grabbed John Digweed's attention and, very soon, he saw the doors of the all-powerful British label Renaissance open wide, urging him to be a part of it. Henry signed for Renaissance and become one of the main artists of this galactic tech-house kingdom, among big names such as Hernan Cattaneo, Sasha and James Zabiela. From this moment, and having also released for labels such as Bedrock, Henry boasts two of 2009´s most popular EPs, "Artificial Paradises" and " Madre Noche".
Simultaneously, Henry Saiz has been reinforcing and developing his live act (an authentic trip in to an electronic techno space in which the emotion progresses and merges with the synthetic sounds so perfectly, that it becomes a unique experience) and empowering his remixing skills, being supported by artists such as John Digweed, Way Out West, Jimmy Van M and even Tiesto, among others.
It is worth mentioning the outstanding remix that Henry made of Guy J´s Lamur (Bedrock, 2009), which was acclaimed by the critics, public and djs alike, and considered by the press to be one of the tracks of the year, as well as the summer tune in Ibiza. The Lamur remix was undoubtedly a worldwide hit. Henry is not only obsessed by his time in the studio; since 2007 he has also dedicated good energy to empowering his own label, Natura Sonoris. In only two years this electronic platform has turned into a reference point on the Spanish electronic scene, having released tracks from artists such as Marc Marzenit, Cora Novoa, Damabiah and Dosem.
In the last years, Henry´s impressive curriculum has led him to perform around the world, accumulating many big successes, including praise from critics and the public, from festivals such as Sónar 2009 and Creamfields, among others, and in clubs of the prestige of Ministry of Sound (rain) around Europe and in countries such as Japan, Argentina, Mexico and Australia. Simultaneously, and in his short time as an international artist, Henry has created and hosted his very own on-line radio show, The Labyrinth, (broadcast on Proton Radio).
There is no doubt that Henry is now one of the most popular up-and-coming Spanish artists and his constant growth has enabled him to spread his music worldwide. He is, without doubt, one of the bright new talents on the global electronic music scene.