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5/03/16
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Sadar Bahar jokingly describes his vinyl-buying habit as a “30-year disease, a sickness.” Driven by an “unquenchable desire to create one of the best collections ever,” he filled his home with records, and once his home was full, he began storing them in his mother’s basement. Speaking to Rush Hour last year, Bahar admitted to owning as many as nine copies of a single record. His collection includes plenty of exceedingly rare wax—he once told CDR of a ten-year quest to find a copy of Open Soul by Tomorrow’s People. There’s also no shortage of other DJs playing music they first heard in a Sadar Bahar set. Theo Parrish, who describes Bahar’s DJing as “sick, sick, sick,” freely admits to “biting” his selections, while Dego simply calls his sets “ridiculous.”

Sadar Bahar jokingly describes his vinyl-buying habit as a “30-year disease, a sickness.” Driven by an “unquenchable desire to create one of the best collections ever,” he filled his home with records, and once his home was full, he began storing them in his mother’s basement. Speaking to Rush Hour last year, Bahar admitted to owning as many as nine copies of a single record. His collection includes plenty of exceedingly rare wax—he once told CDR of a ten-year quest to find a copy of Open Soul by Tomorrow’s People. There’s also no shortage of other DJs playing music they first heard in a Sadar Bahar set. Theo Parrish, who describes Bahar’s DJing as “sick, sick, sick,” freely admits to “biting” his selections, while Dego simply calls his sets “ridiculous.”

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