A child of the garage generation Hannah Wants has validated herself as a world-renowned DJ with some serious credentials. In 2014 alone Hannah picked up the Best Breakthrough DJ title at the DJ Mag awards and became Mixmag’s Best Breakthrough DJ.

Hailing from Birmingham, Hannah is a champion of the new breed of the bass-orientated, garage-influenced house of her hometown. Following a life-changing trip to Ibiza in 2010, Hannah worked hard to build a solid fanbase through her unique, energy-filled sets, journey-like mixtapes, and successful forays into production, until in 2014 she was crowned both DJ Mag and Mixmag’s ‘Best Breakthrough DJ’ as well as Mixmag’s ‘Star of the Year’.

Remaining faithful to her core fanbase, Hannah has kept up her bi-monthly mixtapes that are always available for free download and streaming – and in 2015 Hannah was given the opportunity to build on this with an Essential Mix for Radio One, as well as a contribution to the Residency series.

2015 has also seen the beginning of Hannah’s own headline series of events, ‘What Hannah Want’ – the party has been a sell-out success so far, filling famous clubs like Ibiza Rocks, Amnesia, and Manchester’s The Warehouse Project. With her DJing and events in high demand, 2016 also saw Hannah cement her status as a skilled producer – she’s released solo singles ‘Just’, ‘Hidden Love’, and hotly anticipated collaboration with Katy B ‘Honey’ in a relatively short period of time. With her fame rapidly spreading, she now frequently tours the US and Europe as a headline act.

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