On the mention of the name Keren Onay, one cannot help but associate the name with a fiery blend of bouncy tech and jacking house. This unique fusion merged with a vibey enthusiastic persona creates an explosive experience for any crowd. It seems any dance floor becomes a feeding ground of charged energy from the minute he drops the first track.
With over 14 year behind the decks Keren onay has morphed in to a versatile force in the clubbing scene. Always staying true to his sound he follows his instincts while still paying homage to his most avid listeners.
Having mixed at some of the most established clubs in Jo-burg such as Sugar, Aruba, Malabar and who could forget Truth.
We have also heard his cutting edge sound on the dance floors of the Essential Groove parties, at Passion events, we also tuned in to The Vinyl Frontier on 5FM on Friday nights to hear Mr. Onay rocking the airwaves not to mention being aired regularly on South Africa’s broadest mainstream dance web radio The Sound Republic.
He has played alongside to the likes of Ryan Dent, Craig Massive, Roger Goode, Dean Fuel, Ricardo Da Costa, Lady Lea and Guy Herman. While opening for acts such as the ingenious Trafik from Global Underground and Mowgli are no mean feats by any standard to revered locals such as Roger De Lux and the “Get Dumb” boys Nick Supply and Chris Jack. Just to mention a few in the South African dance scene.
Having risen through the ranks and determination yet still considers himself “honoured” to have played at events such as Sushi Sunday, The Official H2O After parties as well as Truth’s Tenth Birthday.
With pure passion as his driving force he is well on his way to becoming one of the heavy weights in the industry. He has left his fans wanting more and the SA dance scene hankering to see what his next step will be