Saoirse has crafted a career that traverses sonic worlds and subcultures. The DJ, producer, trUst label boss and Body Movements festival founder now flexes her creative muscles further.

Saoirse’s electronic allegiance was forged in Ireland; trailing after her mother to free parties, she cultivated her obsession with Leftfield, Prodigy and Orbital. She cut her path with a by-the-bootstraps spirit: as a teenager, her days were spent on local pirate radio and hustling for sets in Ireland’s hard house and trance spaces, working in renowned record store Abbey Discs, and doing Ibiza seasonal work. She began building a globe-trotting vinyl collection and her tastes expanded into realms of house and techno.

A fabric dancefloor epiphany during a Villalobos set inspired her to pursue a music career seriously. She secured a job at Resident Advisor age 23, and began playing across London at Phonox, fabric and FOLD, while securing international slots and festivals like Sonar and Love International.

trUst Recordings is about deeply trusting her collaborators and tracks that get heads down. “A club tool comes naturally to me” Saoirse says. Her fabric presents compilation is a pivotal achievement: “I want it to feel timeless, so I leaned into the textures I know from within those club walls. This is where music truly influenced my life, where I learned to be a good raver and where the longevity of the dancefloor hit home.”

Two decades in, Saoirse’s dancefloors are only ever-expanding.

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