What does a DJ do? How does one become a DJ? What are your emergency bangers? International DJ Sarah Spoon lays down the facts, opinions, and factual opinions.


Sarah Spoon has been DJing for dancers for several years and has DJ’d in the UK, the US, Canada, Mexico, France, Denmark, Sweden, and Germany.

We talked about how to get started DJing, what it means to be professional, and whats involved when it comes to DJing for dancers.

Towards the end of the podcast we talked about Sarah’s experience of coming out as agender, which is a term that falls under the non-binary category umbrella - and what that experience has been like so far for them.

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Host, Producer, Editor: Ruby Bell @rubysbells

Very Special Guest: Sarah Spoon @lazyvintagegxl

Show Art, Technical Support, and Unwavering Moral Support: Jonathan Topf

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