Soul Revolution is the brainchild of Leighton Moody & Erefaan Pearce birthed in the universal theme of finding output for their collective voices. These two need little introduction as they are none synonymous with house music in Cape Town
This DJ/Producer & Promoter has been playing for 15 + years hailing all the way from Durban. With musical influences deeply rooted in his parents’ collection of jazz, soul & gospel and with his grandfather being a jazz musician, Leighton’s natural progression to deep, soulful House sounds is easily understood. Leighton has been in high demand, featuring on radio stations across the country & sharing the stage with international House legends such as Kerri Chandler (NYC), Harley & Muscle (Italy) & Ralf Gum (GoGo Music) to name a few.
He is best described as the explosive one in the duo that forms Soul Revolution. He has carved a place for himself in already congested scene by doing everything differently and this is what sets him apart. Erefaan has released two compilation albums (Afterdark Cape Town – Kinky Sweet Records & Deeper Sounds of Erefaan Pearce – USM) as well as a slew of international releases, he has rewritten the template for numerous local acts. Always thinking forward, always ahead of the curve.
Cassiem is the the personification of Deep House. He has established himself as a competent artist/producer & Dj. Having worked at Dj Syndicate as buyer and seller it would be an understatement to say he has shaped the sound of Cape Towns dance scene.
Holding many residencies over the years and contributing production material for Rising Sons he is a space to be watched.
The Sugar Hut Club in Cape Town, was opened on 21st January 2011, and is inspired by the UK-based nightclub franchise of the same name featuring themed bar areas, laid-back lounges and world-class fusion food. Situated in the heart of Cape Town’s trendy East City Precinct (right next door to Charley’s Bakery). The venue promises to be a home away from home for all house lovers and is spacious enough to accommodate a young and fashionable party crowd yet intimate enough to appeal older visitors. It goes without saying that come Saturday 2nd June, all roads will surely lead to The Sugar Hut Club for a celebration of all things deep, soulful and underground.
Doors open at 21h00
Admission is R50