Graham Sahara

“A hassle free party experience. Essential Ibiza organised it all. Their on island experience clearly places them in a special position for looking after people. Amazing ” — Cathy Summers

DJ, producer, label boss and compilation guru; Graham Sahara is a multi talented member of the house community. Resident at Pacha, he has delivered compilations for the Pacha label as well as for Seamless recordings, which he runs. Add to this his ever expanding DJ diary and hosting the G-Spot radio show on Global Radio and the globally networked Seamless Sessions and you might be excused for thinking that he had worked out how to cram more than 24 hours into the day and was keeping it to himself.

Graham Sahara has been a popular member of the international circuit for years, travelling extensively throughout the globe delivering expertly put together sets in many of the world’s finest venues and alongside other global stars, including headlining the annual Paradise Party in Belgium with Laurent Garnier, playing the main stage for MTV’s Aquasonic Festival in Ibiza and accepting a request from recording artist Jamie Cullum to play at his after party in France.

Away from the spotlight Graham can be found in the studio, either delivering the latest in a line of compilation requests or putting the final touches to another solo production, credits for which include the likes of Phonetic Recordings, Neurotraxx Deluxe, Purple Music, Spinnin Records, Seamless Recordings and Pacha Recordings, to name only a few. His list of collaborators is equally impressive; Richard Dinsdale, Teo Moss, Robert Owens, Peter Brown, Kiko Navarro, Matt Caseli, Tuccillo and Souldynamic have all shared a mixing desk.

Graham Sahara is equally at home across a broad spectrum of house sub genre’s, whether he is playing a lounge, pre-party, funky room or main floor, his ability to adapt and destroy makes him one of the finest spinners around and a natural for Ibiza.

“A hassle free party experience. Essential Ibiza organised it all. Their on island experience clearly places them in a special position for looking after people. Amazing ” — Cathy Summers