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19.10.2021

Issue 124 Launch: Grace Sands

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When Crack Magazine threw a party with Eris Drew to celebrate her October issue cover, there was only one other DJ we wanted on the bill: Grace Sands.

Known to London ravers as the resident DJ at queer party Adonis, Sands is also low-key legend of UK rave culture. An early connoisseur of house, she co-founded the Nottingham sound system collective DiY and joined the rebellion against the Criminal Justice Act when the government clamped down on free party culture in the mid-90s.

Taking over NT’s Loft in east London on a sweaty Thursday evening, Sands dug into her incredible record collection for a set of timeless, pumping and totally euphoric grooves. It’s house music for the lifers.

Shop Issue 124 here.


Issue 124 Launch: Grace Sands

Issue 124 Launch: Grace Sands

When Crack Magazine threw a party with Eris Drew to celebrate her October issue cover, there was only one other DJ we wanted on the bill: Grace Sands.

Known to London ravers as the resident DJ at queer party Adonis, Sands is also low-key legend of UK rave culture. An early connoisseur of house, she co-founded the Nottingham sound system collective DiY and joined the rebellion against the Criminal Justice Act when the government clamped down on free party culture in the mid-90s.

Taking over NT’s Loft in east London on a sweaty Thursday evening, Sands dug into her incredible record collection for a set of timeless, pumping and totally euphoric grooves. It’s house music for the lifers.

Shop Issue 124 here.

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