Holland has possibly emerged as a solo house artist to watch over the last two years. His productions came on the likes of Richy Ahmed’s FourThirtyTwo, Melé’s Club Bad label and two outings on Knee Deep In Sound. He has received BBC Radio One support from Pete Tong and Danny Howard, DJ support from Hot Since 82, Richy Ahmed and Eats Everything and various media interest.
Now stepping out on his own, Heart + Mind aims to establish Sam as a vital part of the underground sound of 2022. Both Sam and his label are influenced by ‘70s disco and ‘90s tribal house music so expect plenty of disco cuts and rolling percussion in upcoming releases.
Opening up is 'All Night Long,' a disco-house groove with bass and filtered synth stabs working their way up through the mix. 'Hypnotize' is a much heavier and more powerful house cut with a late night atmosphere. The synths are textured and tense, the drums hit with real force and the tumbling toms bring a fresh tribal feel.
Sam Holland's ‘All Night Long’ EP is out 27 May on Heart + Mind.