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Henry Storch founded Unique Records in 1988. The label started working with bands like Thee Milkshakes, Prime Movers, The Tommyknockers, The Embryonics, Heartbeats or Wylde Mammoths. He also used to be the tour DJ of Corduroy and the Nighttrains. In 1995 he opened up his own club in Duesseldorf. In a very short time the Unique Club established itself as one of the best places in Germany. Guests from all over the world became a part of the Unique Club family, including Howie B, Richtie Hawtin, Keb Darge, JTQ, Ben Human, Aim, Kemistry & Storm, Trüby, Ashley Beedle, Richard Dorfmeister, Ata, Gerald Jazzman, Peshay, Ugly Duckling, Slum Village, Digable Planets, Dirtbombs, Little Louie Vega, Little Brother, DJ Spinna, and many more. After more than a decade of lively entertainment the club was closed in 2006.

Inspired by a co-operation with London’s Acid Jazz Records label boss Eddie Piller, Henry relaunched Unique Records with his new partner Tino Stoschek in 1998. Henry and Tino compiled the successful compilations “The New Testament Of Funk” and “Unique Club Culture”. In the same year Henry started the project Metrophonics with Jürgen Dahmen, Jem Seifert, Tino Stoschek, and Dave Anderson. Their 12“ single release “Latin Racer” feat. Mel Collins was noted in all important playlists and licenced to compilations worldwide. In the following years Metrophonics produced remixes for Luke Vibert, High Fidelity, PPO, A.T., and Charles Wilp.

Henry is also a very busy DJ. He plays a diversified mixture of raw deep funk, Latin jazz, northern soul, and modern sampledelica. Always on the hunt for new 7″ treasures, he combines the old with the new. Over the course of his career he spun records at clubs like Blue Note/London, Blow Up/London, Fabric/London, Mojo/Hamburg, Stadtgarten/Cologne, Atomic/Munich, Cool Monday/Zurich, Rimini/Italy, Soul Sugar/Vienna, Jazz Café/London, 100Club/London, Legendary Deep Funk Sessions/London, and he supported Corduroy, Nighttrains, Paul Weller, Mother Earth, New Testament of Funk or Acid Jazz’s Totally Wired.

And by the way, you should check out the brand new album of Al Supersonic & The Teenagers “Not Too Young” on Unique Records!

Henry Storch Top 10 June 2010:

01. Al Supersonic & The Teenagers – The United Nation Of Soul (Unique)
02. Jimi Hendrix – Valleys Of Neptune (Dagger)
03. Flared – Sunshine (Unique)
04. Psychodelic Frankie – Putting You Out Of My Life (Hi-Speed)
05. Diesler – South Side Morning feat. Stee Downes (Socialbeats)
06. DJ Hell – U Can Dance feat. Bryan Ferry (International Gigolo)
07. Terry Callier – Ordinary Joe (Chess)
08. Pages – Hertaches & Pain (Sunstruck)
09. Crate Combination / 45 Prince – Pushin’ To The Top (Unique)
10. Wondertronix – Make You Happy (unreleased)

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