“Scottish DJ Hannah Laing found her passion for music from a young age through her parents’ love of music. Hannah started DJing and quickly picked up a loyal following – Her phenomenal and fast success at such a tender age found her on stage at iconic venues in Scotland such as The Arches (Glasgow), The O2 Academy, the main stage at The Royal Highland Centre and Braehead arena. She then got the chance to travel all over the world to perform, supporting major players within the industry including Carl Cox, MK, Fisher, Camelphat and many more. Playing Radio 1 Dance at The Warehouse Project on 14th October looming, Hannah is one to keep your eye on.
An established DJ and music producer with a global platform of fans. Stephen Kirkwood from Glasgow Scotland has worked alongside some of the biggest and most well-respected names in the electronic music industry. His productions have featured on powerhouse labels such as Subculture FSOE, Ministry of Sound, Black Hole Recordings, Lange, Outburst, JOOF, DOORN and Spinnin’ Records.
These two Scottish powerhouses have come together to create a new house banger, Don’t Wanna Go. The song gives you no warning as the cut bass hits your ears with a toppy beat just before the classic house melody arrives. The song first drops on the off-beat with the haunting vocals in the background before an almighty switch-up of fuzzy bass.
As the beat resumes you are hit with the rhythmic melody once again and a four-to-the-floor kick drum which will shake your entire body. The reverb on the kick fills the mix very well and you are instantly put into a club at 3am. Then as the final drop hits you are sent into a trance, something Kirkwood does so well and you can’t stay still.
This track is fit for any dance floor and is produced with such quality that it isn’t one you’ll want to miss, releasing via Stress Records
For more info – https://stress-records.com