The whole Durbanville shook this past Saturday as the bass bins of Cape Audio College were pumping local talent. Crowds from all over the Cape Peninsula joined together at Hillcrest Quarry in Durbanville for the 2017 Cape Audio College SpringJam.
SpringJam is the brainchild of the Student Council of 2017. Dean and Rickileigh from the Cape Audio College SRC had a team of strong individuals who worked really hard to put together a successful event. Promotion for the SpringJam started in August and acts for the day were released every week building up to the festival.
SpringJam started early on Saturday afternoon when Welcome to the Underground got the music going. Welcome to the Underground consist of several DJ’s who also form part of the Hip Hop Society at Cape Audio College. Onevan Wade followed with tantalizing beats and then Well Done Sun got the feet stomping to some rock beats. Synergy entertained the crowd with some soul soothing music after Well Done Sun and then Jimm Harisson Project jazzed up the vibe with some Blues/Rock melodies. Ketchy Shuby pumped up the crowd from the start and warmed them up for The Rudimentals who filled the stage with an 11 piece band and one ridiculously good set.
DAHC took over from the Rudimentals and attendees could enjoy some drum and bass sets at its best. Cape Audio College friend and regular visitor, Grimehouse, really had the party-goers on their feet when he came on stage with his famous mask and heart racing music.
The evening was ended off with Kage and Mew Zu on the decks. New to the scene, but outstanding to the ear. These DJ’s really know how to please a crowd. This year’s SpringJam is definitely the event of the year and we really look forward to seeing you at the next Cape Audio College SRC event.back