Bali Clubbing and Heavyweight Sounds join forces

Bali Clubbing and Heavyweight Sounds join forces

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Klaus heavy Weight Hill’s reputation in the industry is note worthy to say the least.
From shaping the Australian breakbeat sound before it come into fruition, working with Ministry of Sound down under cementing them as a industry leader and now behind the scenes as the go to man for all things mastering and mixdowns, servicing the needs for the biggest players Australia has currently on offer! No need to name drop he does them all and then some..

As Bali Clubbing continues to spread its wings further its with much respect we welcome both Klaus and his Heavyweight Bass Blog & Forum as our official partner for both media content and regular features.

We have been a huge fan and subscriber to all his creative tips and interesting articles since its inception. We are very excited to now partner up and with our next affiliation and deliver such cutting edge news, tutorials, technology and more with our subscribers and followers.

Keep a eye on our website, social media and newsletter for all your tech tips and producer gossip.
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Who’s this Klaus Heavyweight Hill geezer anyway?

The year is 1992 and London’s pirate radio airwaves and clubs are awash with a new sound, what people will later call Jungle. It was in this environment that a younger, slimmer Klaus decided that electronic dance music would be his life.

As a producer he’s released music on some of the worlds biggest and coolest labels. As a DJ he toured the world, was resident at legendary London club, The End for Ram Records and played some of the biggest and best festivals.

As a mix and mastering engineer he’s made his name working with labels and clients such as Ministry Of Sound, Spinnin’ Records, One Love, Soul:r Sweat It Out!, Dirty Bird, SCNDL, Peking Duk, John Dahlback, Uberjack’d, Will Sparks, Bombs Away, Felix Da Housecat, Yolander Be Cool, The Potbelleez, Paces, Dub Phizix, Pedestrian and Hook and Sling. He’s also responsible for mastering duties on the 2015 APRA Music Award winner for Dance Work Of The Year, Joel Fletcher feat. Savage – Swing.

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