Of the numerous electronic music talents emergent in Washington, DC, it’s Sarah Myers whose consistency in delivery of “dank, nasty” house and techno sets as transformative experiences makes her a standout. Her name and inimitable style are respected in locales as diverse as Brooklyn, Barcelona, Burning Man and more, which adds to the significance and renown of her work. Furthermore, in the past decade, her determination and passion have matched her growth in talent and skill. This has led to her being a resident at DC-to-worldwide renowned underground hotspot Flash, promote her well regarded “Life” parties, plus host of “Hooked,”, her podcast series featuring DC local talent and a global who’s who of dancefloor titans.
As a DJ, her inspiration comes from the likes of iconic DJ/producer John Digweed, with whom she has also shared a billing. Other notable names with whom Myers has played include Raresh, Delano Smith, tINI, and Bella Sarris. Overall, Myers’ style of selection is driven by her use of music as a tool for building diverse, small, and tightly knit communities. These sonorous and unique soundscapes are grounded in Myers growing up with parents who were passionate music lovers and vinyl record collectors, plus she counts the violin, flute, guitar, and the recorder as instruments she has learned to play (poorly) throughout her life.
Sarah Myers is a dynamic and determined professional whose career has spanned everything from performing at Boulevard Barcelona, Output NYC, and Space Ibiza to her contribution to help build the underground scene in DC. Sarah, along with her partners at “Life” have hosted legendary worldwide artists including Maya Jane Coles, Josh Wink, Matthew Dear, Steve Bug, Life & Death crew (Tale of Us, Thugfucker, & Clockwork) just to name a few. On a local, national, and global level, house and techno’s progressive flame cannot continue to ignite without a spark. Whether as a curator or creator, Sarah Myers will, has, and continues to spark the energy that drives the progression of electronic music excellence.
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this is great
@alex-gardel: looks like you can download it now :)
RIP Jambulance :(