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Lucid Stannard joins the Spotlight Mix Series



Resident and founder of Lucy’s Disco and female-centric Womb 2, Lucid Stannard has been quietly spreading her wings rapidly throughout London, Manchester, Leeds, Berlin, Croatia, Turkey, Greece and even Uganda.

Spotted by London’s party heavyweights Percolate in early 2016, they gave her a slot on their stage at Secret Garden Party festival and since then she has played with John Morales, A Guy Called Gerald, Cinnamon, Rune Lindbæk, PBR street gang, Mark E, the Revenge, OR:LA, Dan Beaumont, Maxxi Sound System, Rayko, DEBONAIR, San Soda, The Reflex, Nadia Ksaiba, Anthony Naples to name a few.

She has kept audiences wanting more at parties like Gottwood, Secret Garden Party, festival no 6, Love International, Percolate, Future Boogie, Locomotive and the Good Life.  Not content with just showing prowess for the dance floor, Lucid also has a growing number tune in to listen to her monthly radio show on Balamii Radio. Lucid has created mixes for Slothboogie and Rinse FM.

She has recently been recruited by dance music stalwarts Hedkandi as a DJ and ambassador to help with their rebrand.

Find her regularly at venues across East London and today, on our Spotlight mix.

Little Fluffy Clouds – The Orb
I.C Love Affair 2015 edition – Gaznevada
Prologue Monologue Dialogue – George Stamatiadas (Blade Kitten Remix)
Heaven Scent – Soulwax
Gun Da Ding – Stupid Human
Afro Shigida (Feat Kojato Suonho spirit of 70s Remix) – Bahama Soul Club
Computer Madness – Connor
Shopping Cart ( Maxxi Sound system Remix) – Parallel Dance Ensemble
Afrika Afrika (John Talabot & Pional ‘Lost Scripts’ Rerub) – Ekambi Brilliant
It’s you (San Soda Accapella Version) – FCL
Subaru Pesha (Red Axes Remix) – Red Axes, Moscoman & Krikor
Girlfriend ft Dam-Funk (Palms Trak Dub) – Christine and the Queens

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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