Hannah Holland was raised in South London on a strict diet of basslines and bounce, after a brief stint making videos for luminaries such as Goldfrapp and Faithless she decided to devote her time completely and utterly to making and playing music. For the last three years Hannah has dutifully appeared at her beloved residency in East London: the most infamous and wildest mixed/gay night in the heart of Shoreditch.
More recently Hannah has enjoyed regular appearances at some of the biggest names in the modern club scene. She is a regular fixture at the Bugged Out! Parties and is just as likely to be caught playing at Fabric as she is in some hidden away warehouse in the East End. She has enjoyed sharing the bill with artists such as Erol Alkan, Claude Vonstroke, Gucci Soundsystem, Damian Lazarus and Ivan Smagghe.
Hannah has recently turned her hand to music production and has been commissioned to remix the 2003 mega hit â€˜Kinda Newâ€™ by Spektrum (Ministry). Her production incorporates heavy, old school basslines, stuttered vocals, incessant hooks and bouncing kits which collide and result in modern style that also references the past. Along with self-confessed â€œhot rock bitchâ€ Mama Shamone, Hannah Holland also runs parties at the Old Blue Last in London, the parties incorporate anything from Brazilian baile funk to booty bass and are notoriously famous for being some of the most debauched in town.
â€œHannah, with her signature style of domineering, demanding-your-ass-on-the-dancefloor-dirty-electro, takes over and absolutely packs the main room"
â€œHolland flips the nu-rave sound thatâ€™s beginning to emerge with some very filthy booty bass tuneage. Together, they lay down a heady concoction of dance musicâ€™s finest sounds.â€