British rising star Hannah Wants is now joining the ranks of one of the UK’s most appreciated mix CD series, FABRICLIVE.
The mix traverse into a variety of tracks and sub-genres, including five of Hannah’s own productions as well as a mixture of old and new music that the artist loves: “I had to dig my old hard drive when I made this mix, I wanted it to be a unique and refreshing play to the listeners.”
Hannah is known for her Birmingham-influenced, bass-heavy sound.This feel is channelled throughout her own productions, as well as those from well known players like Shadow Child, Huxley, Cera Alba and Josh Butler.
The mix also sees Hannah venture into darker, tech-ier territory, such as the Erykah Badu-sampling ‘High’ by Dennis Cruz and Enrico Sangiuliano & Secret Cinema’s ‘Alone With The Bitch’. An unreleased track by Jacob B, ‘The Substance’ provides one of the heaviest moments of the mix, contrasting nicely with the sparse yet gritty follow up, Alex Coulton’s ‘Ambush’. Hannah rounds off the mix with a couple of releases from two of techno’s biggest labels, Tale Of Us’s remix of Thugfucker’s famous ‘Disco Gnome’ on Life And Death and Marco Faraone’s pounding ‘Boost’ on Drumcode. Expertly bringing the tempo back down Hannah selects Domino release ‘Cold Nites’ by How To Dress Well as her final track.
Hannah’s contribution to the FABRICLIVE mix series displays her refined taste and effortless approach to genre-blending to its full extent. The CD is set to be out on September 16th, you can pre-order your copy here.