We Are No Longer ‘Waiting’ For Harmonic Heroes’ New Single

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Performing under the name Harmonic Heroes, Brad Huggins is making a name for himself in the electronic music community. His new single, ‘Waiting’, released today, is the follow-up to January’s track, ‘Be True’, and features the vocals of Jennifer Schuller.

Harmonic Heroes is a multi-instrumentalist, having started at age 6 learning Classical Piano. He then moved onto Jazz, aged 11, when he picked up the Saxophone and was awarded a position in Oklahoma’s All State Jazz Ensemble, for two years running. The Ensemble only accepts 25 players per year.

From there Harmonic Heroes discovered Rock, Grunge, and Alternative Rock, and played guitar in various bands locally. He studied at Dallas Sound Lab (Media Tech Institute), where he qualified as an Audio Engineer. This led Brad to his current love: Dance Music. Spending long hours in his studio, he’s developed his own style, a unique meld of Deep House, Chill-Out, House, and Progressive.

In 2013 Harmonic Heroes started a series of bi-weekly podcasts, called RGDM, which offer a mix of some of the best Dance tunes. He’s put together over 70 episodes in that time.


‘Waiting’ is a hooky Progressive House track, with a crunchy pulsating beat, similar in style to that of Calvin Harris. Jennifer Schuller’s catchy vocal is the perfect accompaniment to the song, her tones complementing the layered chords. It’s got a really anthemic disco sound.

You can find Harmonic Heroes online on Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, and his official website. Waiting is released on RGDM Recordings, and is available on all digital providers.

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