Erefaan Pearce

I started djing in late ’98′ while still clubbing and studying graphic design. My first gig was at a club called Rhythm Divine on a Thursday night. I then started playing at a place called The Phlytrap.This move was instrumental in my career as a dj .I met my long standing partner and friend Leighton Moody .We both shared the same passions for the music and similar ideas as far as djing was concerned. We both started playing at Baraza in Camps Bay. Not realizing that we were one of the first guys in Cape Town to push the house driven groove bar sound, which the strip is known for. We also started holding down residencies at Cafe Dharma for about three years. In the space of one year secured my first professional club gig at a club called More.





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