"What You Feel"
Hannah Holland
Playtime Records - PLY019
Release Date: 07 Dec 2009

Let's start by talking about the remixers. James Braun is part of the Tartlet crew - a label founded by Playtime favourite Tomboy of Whomadewho and Fredski, and a label whose first release was described as "sampled-horn madness" and "as if James Holden and Paul Jonson were trying to make minimal house together". Braun, meanwhile, has appeared on Claude Von Stroke's Fabric comp and his label Mothership, has fans like dOP and Martyn, and was even called "fonkee" by Carl Craig - high praise indeed.

Nick Verwey, meanwhile, is a new Playtime favourite. His last track for us, Horn Rash, got props from Jesse Rose, Cassius, and Mike Monday reports needing a mop to clean up the dancefloor after that track's trouser-shaking bass. Tom Dazing's remix, also, was one of the most wonderfully strange things we've released.

And then there's Hannah Holland, who wrote the track. A regular at the Exit Festival, one of the founders of London's seminal day-glo Trailer Trash night AND the Bastard Batty Bass label, she's now followed up her earlier Playtime smash Banshee with this piece of bottom-heavy grove, What You Feel. Check it out.


"Great track, loads of bounce, just what i like!!" - Joe Ransom

"Woah!!! I love it, especially the James Braun Rmx, sooo cool" - Brodinski

"Wicked release!!! Its going straight in my set !! Original best one for me !" - Jacob Husley

"What a nice set of tracks! Full support!" - Nat Self (Zombie Disco Squad)

"OHH Damm, I'm feeling this... This is a great all around EP, love all of the cuts, Big ups too Hannah for bringin the funk!!!" - Worthy

"All 3 sound great - super catchy" - Mike Monday

"ORIGINAL is FONKEE... This label is FONKEE in general. So is Hannah Holland. And indeed - James Braun - friend and master of the game anyway." - Shir Khan

"Loving the James Braun remix - Can't wait to see that bass pulse blowing up skirts on a proper system" - Christian Martin

"Nice EP. Really like the original's tightness and the Nick Verwey remix is fantastic, with rolling percs and a wonky feel." - Guy Hornsby (

"The Nick Verwey mix has it for me. Nice." - Adam K (Kiss 100 / LMP DJs)

"Love the race cars in the background - It's very shake your arse this tune - Very good" - Salvador Guzman (

"Love it" - Phil Hartnoll (Orbital)


Written and produced by Hannah Holland
Engineered by Stefano Ritteri
Additional Production on Track 2 by Martin Høgild
Additional Production on Track 3 by Nick Verwey
Published by Musiqware Ltd
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