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My vinyl collection in five records with Sally C


The talented Irish born, Berlin-based DJ, Sally C has been making moves, contributing to high quality mix series and playing some of the best clubs, parties and festivals across UK & Europe.

Sally first planted her DJ roots in Scotland where she lived for five years, immersed herself in the local scene, run her own parties, developed her style and set herself apart as an exciting new talent. Residing in Berlin since 2015, she continues to run parties and DJ at some of the very best clubs around the city such as Griessmühle, where she throws her Waffles party alongside cohorts Cromby and Brame & Hamo. Her record collection delves deep into 80’s / early 90’s house and she has a developed a knack for selecting timeless, slept on classics that deserve the shine her sets bring.

We welcome to a new series where we asked her to pick 5 records that define her vinyl collection. You can catch Sally C at DUSKY PRESENTS at E1 London on 22nd March and Gorilla, Manchester on 29th March

Terrence Parker – Your Love

First record I ever bought, so it’s a really special record for me. I’ve got three copies. It’s such a beautiful track, I have so much love for it. 

Fast Eddie, Tyree Cooper & MC DEL – Just Buggin 

One of my favourite ever hip house records. I bring it with me to all my gigs. It’s exactly the kind of hip house I want to share with people. I don’t always get to play these records but this one always goes down well, it’s fun and very engaging with the crowd. 

Mr G – Getting Hott 

I could have literally made all five of these Mr G records – I’m extremely obsessed with this man’s work, he is a genius and his tunes fit into my sets so well. If I had to pick one though it would be this one, the vocal is just too good. 

Cratebug – Acid Train

One of my favourite records. It’s so powerful on the dancefloor. I’m a sucker for that choppy synth / siren noise. It’s a roller with huge energy. 

The Hug Club – Just Can’t Get Enough 

Found it in Bikini Waxx Records, fell in love with it straight away and play it in most of my sets. Favourite time playing it was when my mum was in the crowd going crazy with everyone else – there’s a video of it..

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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