Erol Sabadosh is one of the UK’s most in-demand DJs, remix artists and social media influencers in the entertainment and nightlife industry.
Erol has had residencies at such establishments as the NY-based Tao Group, Fleur Room, Phoenix, Home Sweet Home and TMPL Gym. His performances at such major events as New York City Pride, 3 Dollar Bill, Public Hotel NY, New York Fashion Week, Launch of the FILA Mindblower Popup Powered by Ciroc, and the Casablanca Records Celebration have earned him international acclaim.
Erol's work featured in such prominent showcases as the Drawing Fashion – Exhibition Launch at the London Design Museum, entertainment programming for the Ace Hotel, the I Heart 3 NY, Vol. 1 dance music compilation album and the Gorgon City Podcast, and clubs including Wyld Wednesdays at W London Hotel, London Fashion Week, Circus, and Noir at Notting Hill Arts Club.
His original mixes have helped define the sonic identity of events for such distinguished fashion and beauty brands as MAC Cosmetics, Julia Roitfeld, Gigi Barcelona Eyewear, Refinery29, Vivienne Westwood, and Christian Lacroix, and his work has been featured on releases by such labels as TRAX Records and Mi7 Records.
But it was a discussion with legendary nightlife impresario Jodie Harsh, herself an international DJ, who set him on his course to the United States. A far cry from his native Bosnia, where he fled at age 5 with his mother to escape the Yugoslav civil war.
Erol is now on his third O-1 visa. You can find him
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