We managed to get our coolest resident DJ’s back again for 2019 at OKMF – whoop whoop! and not forgetting Tommy Gun added to the mix…
Best known for his uplifting melodies and swanky grooves, Tommy Gun has always leaned towards the lighter side of dance music as a DJ. Schooled in the classics yet with a modern sensibility, he strikes a rare balance between feeding the proverbial beast on the dancefloor and presenting it with something new.
Tommy Gun honed his craft over a ten-year period as resident DJ and promoter of the pioneering ‘Untamed Youth’ club night in Cape Town. The first of its kind, Untamed Youth introduced local crowds to a new wave of indie/electronic and disco sounds and proved to be a solid platform for up-and-coming DJ’s and performers alike.
Inspired to reach out to new and diverse audiences, he has played at most major clubs and festivals across South Africa as well as internationally in London, Copenhagen and Istanbul. He has also featured alongside respected international artists such as Classixx, Marcus Marr, Para One, The 2 Bears and Jacques Renault.
Cant wait to groove in the Delta to Tommy Gun's tunes!
Richard plays all over the place and keeps an extremely diverse portfolio of music. The Wolfkop Weekender Festival has been his baby since the beginning and the reputation it has garnered for musical integrity is one of his greatest achievements, and a great reflection of Richard as a DJ.
Daniel Courtenay specialises in slow, beautiful and extremely groovy music that has opened many a Saturday and Sunday morning dance floor at Wolfkop and festivals all over the country. He has ability to play music to people doing yoga at sunrise, right through to those dancing under the stars.
One of South Africa's most established and well rounded and respected DJ's. He has been a household name in Cape Town since the late 90's and specialises in house and techno, but is also the mind behind Peroxide, probably Cape Town's most famous 70's, 80's and 90's synth pop event that inspires dress up, frivolity and and madness on the dance floor.