Lady Of The House Announce Launch of record label with a month long competition

'Godmothers' of the electronic scene, Jaguar, Charlie Tee, Sam Divine and Becky Hill will head up the A&R department of the new label, selecting the winners of the coinciding competition

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 15th Jun 2022

Lady Of The House, an active female-led community dedicated to championing women in the dance music industry, has announced the launch of its own record label of the same name.

The new imprint marks the next step in the brands impressive progression thus far, following on from the ground-breaking Lady Of The House Cultural Exhibition, held on International Women's Day back in March, and the release of the acclaimed Lady Of The House book, celebrating the pioneering women of house music through the years.

Accompanying news of the label, Lady Of The House is also set to run a month long competition to seek out the future women and non-binary stars of dance. Entrants will be asked to submit demos with four lucky winners getting the chance to release their own material via Lady Of The House. They'll also enjoy an impressive support and mentoring package, guaranteed to assist them in taking the next steps in their career, as well as having their tracks remixed by globally renowned DJ/producer talents.

Check out the recap from the Lady Of The House Cultural Exhibition in March this year, below...

As if that wasn't enough, winners will also have the chance to play at upcoming events during the year, including festivals and club events, and be offered the opportunity to sign exclusively with the label.

Heading up the A&R department of the brand new record company, 'God Mothers' of the electronic music scene, Radio 1’s Jaguar, Defected’s leading lady DJ & producer, Sam Divine, Radio 1’s Charlie Tee and Brit Dance Act 2022 winner, Becky Hill, will be tasked with selecting the best four demos from all electronic music genres submitted during the competition. The 'Godmothers' are all closely connected to the Lady of The House community, representing the brand at industry conferences and live events, and having been featured in the aforementioned book.

BBC Radio One broadcaster, producer and sough-after selector, Jaguar said of the new label:

“We’re entering such an exciting time for dance music at the moment and I cannot wait to unearth all the amazing talent coming through as a godmother for the Lady Of The House label. For me, I’ll be looking for records that really capture my attention, irregardless of genre. I’m such a big fan of music that feeds me in one way or another, whether that energises me, or makes me feel a certain emotion really strongly.”

The competition - running from Friday 27th May to Thursday 30th June - is open to all emerging women and non binary acts. Head to to submit your demo.



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