ue to her upbringing in Australia, Sarah Lawrence had a penchant for electro house from a young age. However, a move to the UK in 2010 saw her tastes evolve and she rapidly became a fixture in London’s underground music scene. Sarah was scouted and picked up by Eivissa Soul, a male dominated DJ troupe, which saw her play at renowned venues across London such as Ministry of Sound (supporting Hernan Cattaneo), The Egg, Cargo, Cafe 1001, Supperclub, 93 Feet East and The Coronet Theatre (supporting UMEK and Carlo Lio). She also travelled to Ibiza to represent the BYRDZ label, playing at Hotel Es Vive in Playa D’en Bossa.
In late 2012, an opportunity arose to relocate to Dubai to host multiple TV shows and write a fortnightly column for Nightlife Magazine, Infusion. Within months, Sarah secured several residencies around Dubai and Abu Dhabi, including at highly coveted “360”, voted Best Club in Dubai by Time Out Dubai. During her two years in the UAE she made a name for herself travelling internationally and playing in neighbouring countries such as Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait.
Sarah relocated to Los Angeles in late 2014 and hit the ground running with spins at Project Club LA, Hollywood Boulevard and bookings at LIFE Nightclub at the SLS Hotel in Las Vegas.