My DJ Philosophy

To play the finest of 60s female pop, soul, R&B, freakbeat, garage + rock n’ roll, whilst occasionally veering off into ’80s chart-hits, Japanese pop, Lou Christie, exotica, lounge, easy listening, Frank Sinatra, anything off Hall & Oates’ H2O album, bubblegum pop, heavy metal, My Bloody Valentine, the Bee Gees, and anything else that takes my fancy. In short, ’60s girl-pop is my bread, and everything else is my butter. Or is it the other way around?

I aim to play records that people will enjoy, not just to show off my record collection : )

Where I’ve Played

Le Boum (Tokyo, Japan), Ace Hotel (NYC, LA), Soho House (NYC), Comptoir Général / Superfly Records / Got the Go! (Paris, France), Sid Gold’s Request Room (NYC), NYC’s legendary sixties party, Smashed! Blocked! (NYC), Midnight Rambler (Dallas, TX), Soulelujah! (Boston, MA), Soul Power (Providence, RI), Siberia / Ponderosa Stomp! (New Orleans, LA), Stag-O-Lee (London, UK), Baby’s All Right (NYC), Shake, Rattle & Bowl (London, UK), BUST magazine events (NYC), The Proud Archivist (London, UK), Dust & Grooves events, SXSW (Austin, TX), Euro-visions (Rouen, France), The Big Shake (Helsinki, Finland)*, Coney Island High (St. Mark’s Place, NYC)**
*the DJ party to top all DJ parties!!
**at age 19, I was a heavy metal DJ at this much-missed dive bar on St. Mark’s Place. My claim to heavy metal fame is that I opened for Testament and made the Lemonheads’ Evan Dando dance to Kiss’ “Detroit Rock City.”

I’ve also hosted numerous parties in London + NYC, including A Night of J-pop, Le One Night Stand, Cherrybomb, and Sh-Boom.

My current top 5
girl – pop records to spin

Connie Stevens  Tick Tock (Bell, 1970)
Linda Yamamoto  Fuli Fuli Five (Minoruphone, 1968)
Patricia Carli  Le Lion (Riviera, 1965)
The Three Degrees  Collage (Roulette, 1970)
Janice Nicholls  I’ll Give It Five (Decca, 1963)

Hiring Info

Please contact me on sheila (at) for event inquiries.

My current top 5
non – girl – pop records to spin

Electric Guest  Awake (Downtown, 2012)
Lindsey Buckingham  Holiday Road (Warner Bros., 1983)
Chris Isaak  Wicked Game (Warner Bros, 1989)
Amos Milburn  Chicken Shack Boogie (Aladdin, 1948)
Toto  Africa (Columbia, 1982) *
*perhaps my favorite record of all time