Hannah Wants is on top of her game and it’s easy to hear it — with her single “Close To You” fresh off her brand new record label, Etiquette.
Having established herself as one of the biggest names in dance music, the DJ/producer has consistently delivered on an impressive collection of dance records. She has rocked her own BBC Radio 1 residency and headlined countless clubs and festivals across the world. Running a record label is an intuitive next step that only cements her impact on the industry thus far.
Hannah’s newly launched imprint Etiquette serves as the outlet for her latest release. The six-plus-minute journey packaged as “Close To You” shows off a mature soundscape, but packs much edge. Soon enough, Hannah will follow up with another self-release, “You Keep Comin,” before continuing the exciting wave of new music from a carefully curated roster of artists.
“Close To You” and previously released “Bamboozle” are just the beginning. Etiquette aims to champion established and up-and-coming artists alike, bridging the gap between the house scene and the bass world. With a majestic career already under her belt, the launch of Etiquette introduces a new facet to her enduring connection to dance music.
But, don’t take it from us, listen, link up and read our full chat with Hannah Wants below. She talks everything Etiquette, the current state of dance music, and offers advice for aspiring producers everywhere. We’re all ears.
Hannah Wants – Close To You
How long have you been dreaming of your own label?
Running my own record label is something I’ve always wanted to achieve but I’m a big believer in things happening at the right time, now definitely feels like the right time and I’m super excited to embark on the new venture!
Which types of artists and music do you hope to expose through your new label?
Etiquette’s music policy will run under the umbrella ‘House & Bass’ — supporting bass influenced sub genres…
This Article was written by Karlie Powell
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