Holding Hands launches sublabel with Yosh EP ‘The Hype’
Yosh launches the deeper, dark offshoot with a four track EP
Trailblazing dance music label <a href=”https://www.juno.co.uk/labels/Holding+Hands+Submerged/” target=”_blank”>Holding Hands has announced its new sublabel, Submerged, showcasing music with a deeper and darker tech house sound
The new imprint kicks off with a release from Yosh (pictured), the four-track EP ‘The Hype’, out this month.
Of the EP, label owner Desert Sound Colony comments: “Don’t for a second think that this is some lounge listening ambient business. These are club weapons firing on all cylinders. It’s just that the cylinders make you keep your eyes down and your stank face on at all times.”
Commenting on the new sublabel, he also said: “Over the past year or so I have watched as the releases on Holding Hands got more and more intense. Don’t get me wrong, I love it. Intense and straight to the face was always the plan for the label. At the same time I do have slightly more varied taste and I had been getting sent a decent amount of incredible music that didn’t quite fit on the original outlet. My first love when it comes to electronic music is dark, eyes down, bass heavy and so it seemed like now was the perfect time to create a label with a slightly deeper angle to accommodate this sort of thing.”
‘The Hype’ EP is currently out digitally, and will be released on vinyl on April 30.