|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Ante Zenit 21||4||Audio||2003-12-01||Zenit|
|3||Form Of Funk EP||3||Audio||2005-10-00||Masterplan|
|4||Changes EP||6||Audio||2011||Plain Sound Recordings|
|5||Ante Zenit 21||3||Audio||Not On Label|
Hailing from Houston in the Longhorn state of Texas, Henry Chow aka Stealth brings a fresh new sound to the stagnant international Techno community. Though he keeps his cool from the outside, Chinese-American Chow lets it rip - in the clubs and on vinyl. As well all know, Techno keeps progressing by way of innovative producers: Henry is one of these DJs/producers innovators as the excellent Ante 21 12" is a prime example of. Henry's sound is basically a rougher, synthesized one. Compressed with hypnotic multirhythms and extremely hard percussive / tribal influences. Add minimal repetitive melodies on top of it - there you go. Notwithstanding his young age he is definitely no newcomer to the scene having been quite active in underground circles since 1996. Being influenced by the Hip Hop culture at an early age, Henry wanted new mixtapes to breakdance to so he found himself buying two turntables and a bunch of Hip Hop classics. After experimenting with Drum and Bass resp. House he eventually fully embraced Techno. Says Henry about his motivation, "To me Techno has no boundaries. Being repetitive and minimal, it was no secret that Techno was made for manipilation. It's all about manipulation: Manipulating the tracks and the crowd.” After about three years of writing and producing Techno music, Henry makes his debut on Zenit. It's a cool world, isn't it?