“Essentially I love playing music to people.”
Sterling has been djing long before djing became fashionable and something everyone now seems to aspires to. His incredible vinyl collection he has amassed over many years through hip hop, electro, house and acid house, garage, soulful house, techno and jungle drum and bass amounts to many thousands.
His repertoire of playing abroad and nightclubs where the scene evolved is like a memory lane Ministry of Sound, Bagleys, Gass Club Leicester Square, Time and Envy, Oscars, to name a few. He recently warmed up for High Contrast at the UEA. He was resident for Get Loose and Hideout whilst living in Norwich previously. He continues to play vinyl sets when required which he loves.
He was particularly prolific on the airwaves of Essex and London involved and running many pirate stations one of which is now fully legal and licensed.
His previous shows and interviews have seen him interview the very best in the House/ Dance scene like Louie Vega both live in the studio and recorded, Marshall Jefferson four times, Todd Terry, David Morales, Frank Roger, Kevin Saunderson/ Inner City, Paul Oakenfold, DJ Rap, Danny Rampling, DJ Spen, Martin Atjazz, Graeme Park from the Hacienda, Michael Gray, Pete BBE Records, Lenny Fontana, Derrick May, Booker T, Top Buzz , T70 and many more.
Sterling takes an upfront approach to music but always throws in effortlessly anthems from yesteryear mixing the old with the new seamlessly.
Catch him Sunday’s 9- 11 pm with “Sterling’s Sunday Service. “ on Centreforce Radio across the DAB multiplex.