Carfax To Reach Critial Point With Mefjus
[SiRENSOUND] is bringing international Drum & Bass heavyweight Mefjus to South Africa on Saturday the 15th of August.
The Austrian powerhouse, Mefjus, boasts a worldwide reputation for a furiously tech trademark style that continues to breathe fire into the Drum & Bass genre. Mefjus came out swinging in 2012 with Far Too Close / Distantia released on Phace and Misanthrop’s Neodigital imprint.
Signing to Critical Music in 2013, the futuristic super-producer continues to set the standard with a repertoire of turbulent soundscapes, flawless mix-downs and heartstopping DJ sets that secure Mefjus as one of the finest within the collective imagination of the Drum & Bass world.
His debut album Emulation was released in November 2014 on Critical Music, so the future’s looking good for this extraordinary young producer. One of the greatest things about Mefjus as a producer is his ability to turn his hand to almost any electronic dance music sub genre and create a sound that is not only powerful and well produced, but also unique and instantly recognisable.
Since [SiRENSOUND] was established in 2012, their approach has always been to educate with a fresh and unique vibe, expanding the SA Drum & Bass movement whilst creating word-class, one-of-a kind events. The collective developed their passion for the genre into a lifestyle, making them one of the leading and most forward thinking Drum & Bass collectives in South Africa in the process.
The ticket prices are reasonable for an artist like Mefjus. You will also get a full spectrum of South Africa’s Drum & Bass scene with a line-up representing Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria and Johannesburg including Mr Green, Chee, Niskerone, Overclock, Real Feels and more. The event will be hosted at Carfax in Newtown, Johannesburg so you can expect quality sound and great service at the bars.
Click here for more event details and book your tickets for the event below. It’s a date with the night.
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