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Goldierocks, AKA Sam Hall, is an international DJ and broadcaster extraordinaire with a celebrity following that includes Madonna, Giorgio Armani, Richard Branson and Jade Jagger (she's performed exclusively for them all). Her weekly global radio show The Selector, legendary to those in the know, goes out to a staggering 44 countries with over 4.3 million dedicated listeners, prompting The Sunday Times to describe it as "the most cutting-edge British music show out there." She also hosts a Friday late night specialist dance show Selector After Dark on Mexico’s Ibero FM, China’s Loop FM & Warsaw’s Roxy FM.

As well as radio, Goldierocks performs at endless festivals worldwide including Bestival, Secret Garden Party, Latitude and Burning Man to name a mere handful. Then, more unusual venues might be Soviet bunkers in Kazakhstan, inside igloo discos in Austria and then on slightly more luxurious super yachts in Monaco. No wonder The Evening Standard said of her, "she could be the most influential woman in pop."

She had the honour of performing a 90 minute set at the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony in 2012 which was televised on C4. With a crowd of 80,000 people with millions watching at home, it was one of many career highlights for Ms Hall.

Sam contunies to fly all over the world DJing, promoting her radio show and workshopping with youth forums in each country she visits. In 2011, she flew to Egypt shortly after the Mubarak demonstrations to record her radio show and meet other musicians, DJs and young people who want to get into broadcast media, and most recently she was the first international female DJ to perform in Cuba where her radio show has since been comissioned and is the first internationally made show to be broadcast there. Sam also often visits countries in conflict to work with young people, community projects and refugees, and launch The Selector. She recently flew to Libya, where she was the first international arts correspondent allowed into the country after the fall of Gadaffi, to work with the Youth Forum in Tripoli. She also visited the largest Syrian refugee camp just outside Amman with Oxfam where she created a special radio show and podcast with interviews and reports from her trip. 

The country’s coolest radio show – The Sunday Times

Festival it girl, touring DJ and international party know all - Clash Magazine

She could be the most influential woman in pop – Evening Standard 

Her job: bringing cutting-edge music from the British underground to the rest of the world – The Guardian

If she’s not one to watch we don't know who is - I-DJ Magazine

Best Regularly Scheduled Music Program- New York Festival (New York, USA 2012) Finalist

Best Radio Show- International Radio Festival (Zurich, Switzerland 2011) WON

Best Regularly Scheduled Music Program- New York Festival (New York, USA 2011) Bronze Award

Best Radio Show – BT Digital Music Awards (London, UK 2011) Finalist

Best DJ- Urban Music Awards (London, UK 2011) Finalist