Wednesday, October 21, 2020

DJ Euphonic set to dominate the local soundwaves

DJ Euphonik, one of South Africa’s hottest House DJs, is set for a total sound take-over at Colour Run in Gabarone, Botswana, this Saturday, August 27th.This performance will mark the second in a series of shows that form part of his much anticipated African Tour which kicked off earlier this month with a hugely successful show in Kenya last week.

Following his immense International demand and success in recent years, the South African house DJ, producer and radio host, has his sights set on his home continent this year, determined to expand his brand and eager to bring the definitive Euphonik sound experience to all his African fans. 

Euphonik expressed his excitement to share stages on the tour with some of Africa’s top musicians in a collaborative effort to mix together a unique blend of African sounds. “Although South Africa has been the biggest House Music market in the world for the last few years, my African fans are yet to experience house on all levels.

Through once-in-a-lifetime artist and sound collaborations, I hope to bring them mind-blowing performances,” Euphonik says. 

According to Davin Phillips, CSA Director and Euphonik’s Talent Manager, Euphonik has picked just the right time, saying: “The current African landscape is alive with so many diverse sounds, there has never been a more exciting time for Euphonik to extend his blend of house, electro and dance elements to music fans around the continent.”

In addition, a special EP will be released upon conclusion of the tour, to include a collection of new singles recorded in collaboration with talented artists from each territory.

Euphonic will share the stage with other SA DJs Chris Taylor and Timo ODV at the Botswana Colour Run neon party this Saturday. 

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