Peak Hour Music, one of the Top 10 selling Electro House/Big Room labels on Beatport has just launched their new sub label, ‘Hotslice’. This sub label will specifically be spotlighting bass music genres such as trap, future bass, dubstep, and more.
For their first release, Hotslice featured Tokyo-based producer/DJ, Tha Boogie Bandit’s original track, ‘Booty Had Me Like’, “a hybrid trap banger with fat 808s, punchy snares, insane leads, and catchy vocals”, quickly receiving support from big names like Kayzo, Milk n Cooks, and others.
According to Bill Corritore, AKA DJ/Producer ‘Exodus’ and head of Peak Hour Music, “Hotslice is a new division of Peak Hour Music, our parent label, and our branding will be focusing on curation of bass releases, and bass artists. Hotslice’s direction will target EDM/Dance and urban fields. While we will be releasing profile artists you know, we will also be developing new and rising stars. Our mission for this new imprint is to be a major force in the bass scene. I look forward to the future of this brand within our network of labels, and continuing to push the envelope in dance culture.”
For all you bass music producers out there, Hotslice is now accepting demo submissions! You can submit your tracks here.