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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Foodhall's Lates programme of events is now IsoLates – a series of live streams, pre-recorded shows, mixes and playlists.

For the second instalment of the series, DJs Gracie T and Shauna bring you some mixes to dance in your room of choice to.

Gracie T is a regular on the Foodhall decks, playing sets for GRL and Airworks and is part of the Foodhall Community Radio team (now broadcasting every weekend!). Expect multi-genre bootlegs of all the best (and worst) pop and chart songs.

Leeds-based DJ Shauna meanwhile serves up some house/techno bangers to get you through self-isolation/impending doom.

The DJs streamed live on YouTube on 10 April – listen below.

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