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Sarah Story joins the Spotlight Mix series


Sarah Story is taking the dance world by storm! As well as presenting the Capital FM Weekender show Sarah has been tearing up festivals across the summer from Lovebox to Hideout with her infectious house disco sets.

Performing as a DJ for Smirnoff this summer, Sarah laid down her distinctive disco beats at Snowbombing, SW4, Hideout and Reading Festival. Having been on tour DJing for Example and the resident DJ at Star of Bethnal Green’s disco brunch. Sarah’s passion for music and contagious personality has led her to work for Global as a Capital FM presenter since 2014, featuring across all areas including breakfast, drivetime and dance music shows, currently presenting the Capital Weekender with Ministry of Sound. Sarah was also the host and voice of the Smirnoff Equalising Music Documentary; tackling equality in the festival scene.

Sarah says about this mix “I wanted this mix to show loads of different sounds that have influenced me throughout the years, from going to Happy Hardcore events when I was 12 in Carlisle at my local leisure centre, to watching Human Traffic for the very first time. My big brother Lee took me raving to Tall Tree’s in Yarm when I was 15 and gave me the bug for raving & old skool house music. “

She joins the Spotlight mix series, check the mix below & download it here.

1. Extacy – Shades of Rhythm
2. Shock the beat – Electric Choc
3. Often Wonder – Matrefakt 
4. We Belong – 
Sneaky Sound System
5. Work It – Marie Davidson (
Soulwax Remix)
6. Turbo Time – Patrick Topping 
7. Let Me Love You For Tonight – Kariya (Acapella) 
8. So Glad – Floorplan
9. Put A Record On – Matt Sassari
10. The Weekend – Kinnerman
11. Call Me – Hannah Wants & Kebin Knapp
12. Control The Party – Prospa
13. The Pressure – Biscits
14. Rushing – Jamies Jones & Darius Syrossian
15. At Night – Danny Snowden (Remix)
16. Need – Danny Howard, Illyus & Barrientos feat Alex Mills
17. Kouka – Darius Syrossian (Extended Mix)
18. Synth & Strings – Yomanda

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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