We House Sundays Festival Announces Second Phase Artists

We House Sundays Festival is shaping up to be the biggest event of 2019 as the show is heading towards a sell-out. If you haven’t secured your tickets to their first-ever two-day outdoor, intimate “Beach Themed” gathering taking place at the Cloof Wine Estate, then you need to do so right away, there are only a handful of third phase & Comfy II tickets to Cape Town’s most authentic event. Escape the December hustle & bustle and join them for a soul-fulfilling music and camping weekend adventure.

We House Sundays 2-Day Outdoor Music Festival

Escape the December hustle & bustle and join We House Sundays for a soul-fulfilling music and camping weekend adventure at the beautiful Cloof Wine Estate, featuring an astronomical line-up of local and international talent.Event link: We House Sundays – Festival 2019Ticket link: https://bit.ly/33yIqIH WHS page: We House Sundays

Posted by MyCityByNight on Tuesday, 12 November 2019

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Jay Me

After bursting on to the Cape Town music scene at the end of 2016, JAY ME fast threaded her career into the fabric of the business by playing sets that immediately caught the attention of many. JAY ME initially gravitated towards a more nostalgic sound which she aimed to bring to life through channelling her passion. However, naturally, her sound began to evolve and so has her career.

JAY ME offers unique and authentic performance, drawing on a variety of influences true to her passion for particular genres; whether it be her friends, local artists, international acts or even her crowds. JAY ME aims to bring people together and celebrate the diversity of her audiences, as she continues to share her love for disco, house and electronic music.

DJ Thobs

Thobs is one of the country’s premier female DJs. This spin sister caught the House Music bug in 1994 but only got her introduction to the pitch bending and beat-matching world of turntables in March 2001. Not long after she started stringing sets together, Thobs caught the attention of radio show host Glen Lewis, who heard a demo of hers on-air and immediately recruited her to join his stable of female DJ’s at Skeelo & Pebbles.

Subsequently, Thobs has become one of the most in-demand and regularly-booked DJs. She’s played in hot spots across SA and abroad, and in 2006 she became the first female DJ to perform for VIPs at the J&B Met in Cape Town.

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Jullian Gomes

Jullian Gomes was born and brought up in the Republic of South Africa listening to Soul, Latin and Kwaito, before discovering House Music at the tender age of eight.

The success of his releases worldwide has afforded him the opportunity to travel and perform in parts of the world such as: Barcelona, London, Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, Sierre, Tisno, Tokyo, Dubai, Swaziland, Namibia, Mauritius, Mozambique and South Africa.

2018 saw Jullian Gomes resign from Stay True Sounds and start his own label “World Without End” early in the year and November brought the release of “Big Bad Crazy”. Following on 5 years after their exceptional debut collaboration “The Gift The Curse”, Atjazz & Jullian Gomes hit a home run with an incredible collection of audio artwork that was “Big Bad Crazy”. Debuting at No.1 on the iTunes (South Africa) chart as well as on Traxsource Top 100, the album was well-received worldwide.

His inclusion into such prestigious and notable occasions is a testament to the hard work and many years of plying his trade as an avid music fan, producer and DJ. Jullian Gomes is on an eternal quest to widen his musical horizons with shuffled claps and electronic soul.


Karabo Moloi or better known as KVRVBO is a Graphic Design guru, DJ extraordinaire and music producer from Duduza, East of Johannesburg. Music and art have been at the forefront in his life since the early 2000’s shifting between both worlds and creating nothing but award-winning artworks and soul capturing music.

Shift Mawelele

Shift Mawelele has earned the respect of the South Africa electronic music community through his dedication and consistency over the past decade. With roots as a vinyl DJ, Shift has become a truly skilled selector of deeper sounds. Not one to rest on his achievements, Shift continues to learn and grow taking new inspiration from current techno sounds, bringing a unique energy to dance floors across South Africa.

Shift’s continued dedication to his craft has seen him perform at many of the country’s foremost electronic music club nights and festivals, from CTEMF to And Club, Future Frequency Festival to Origin Festival, Shift remains in demand and always on top of his game.

DJ Lusanda

Having only started her DJ journey in 2013 at Soul Candi in Cape Town, she is soon becoming one of the most respected female selectors of her generation in this male-dominated industry.

Specialising in House, with her sound ranging from deep to soulful, afro to techno, her music sure takes you on a deep melodic journey of storytelling and upliftment. It is no wonder that she has been featured by top radio stations and shows in SA like the Ultimix on 5FM, The Urban Beat on Metro FM and the Godfather’s House on Good Hope FM. She has also been featured as a guest DJ on online radio platforms like Red Bull Music and The Eye Radio and was nominated has a Top100 DJane earlier this year.

2Lani the Warrior

2lani The Warrior has been breaking down dance floors all over the South African club scene since 1997. He is famed for his trademark ‘sweet’ Deep House & Tech sound, and his seamless mixing style which has cultivated an ever increasing & faithful following.

Mikey & Schumi

Mikey and Schumi are two of the founding members of one of South Africa’s premium deep/dub techno mix series and labels — Intrinsic Audio Sessions – IAS. As resident deejays and members of Cape Town collective ATOM, they bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to every set they play. Using a fusion of vinyl and digital elements as their medium of sonic expression, they mix emotive deep and dub techno flavours, creating an ethereal atmosphere carried by low slung drums and submerged basslines, which never fail to amaze the ear!

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Combining food, music & friends, WHS celebrates the true essence of House Music and brings together our uniquely diverse cultures, connecting artists, music lovers & dancers from around the globe. Join Cape Town’s leading House Music collective “We House Sundays” this December at Cloof Wine Estate for their first-ever two-day outdoor music offering!


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