ESP wants you to exercise your right to… well to party (they’d also like you to go and vote the next day). Yes that’s right, TRANCE FUSION 2 will be taking place tomorrow at ESP Tuesday, 17 May (Wednesday is national voting day).
Dizzy and Morne (Groove Element) will be doing a back2back 4 hour set, which tore shit up at the last Trance Fusion party and I’m sure everyone that’s going will love their work on the night. Following fans giving the first TRANCE FUSION party the thumbs up last month, this night promises to deliver a fusion of progressive-psy-trance dance floor mash-ups with vigour.
Brothers Underground will appear at ESP for the first time ever as part of TRANCE FUSION 2; while James Damian returns to show why Trance Fusion is now a force to be reckoned with.
Dean John Athienides aka Dizzy has been cementing his reputation for the past 21 years, and is considered to be one of South Africa’s most successful and talented dance DJs. The man is a legend. Groove Element (aka DJ Morne) needs no introduction to the clubbing scene in SA and has firmly established himself as one of the top DJs in Jo’burg and beyond. Morne launched his status early on, becoming known as a fresh new talent, and has since also proven his musical genius with spellbinding performances, which firmly puts him in a party league of his own.
This rather special ESP event also includes a 2nd House Floor in the “Horse Shoe” Bar – where the legendary ESP Morning Sessions have over the years become a healthy institution for many. Special guest Nigel H (Dublin) joins the ESP residents Ben Rafferty, Stuart Hillary, DJ Amanda and Dave Skinz (plus a few surprise guests) – to keep a wide variety of house beats rocking on the 2nd floor.
ESP Proudly Presents TRANCE FUSION 2
Tuesday, 17 April (Wed is a public holiday)
22:00 – Brothers Underground
00:00 – James Damian
02:00 – Dizzy vs. Groove Element [DJ Morne] (4 Hours, 1-ON-1)
2nd House Floor (Horseshoe Bar)
Nigel H (Dublin)
Doors open at 21:00; FREE before 23:00.
Entrance: R60 from 23:00.