SauBomb, the brainchild of DJ’s Jevan Binder and Jason Saus, was formed the night the two were unintentionally forced to share a DJ set at a popular nightclub.
The now duo’s set complimented each other in such a good way that it seemed fate had brought them together. With the same tastes in music, a shared passion for the art form, SauBomb was formed over night.
Fast forward three years later SauBomb is fast becoming a household name in the South African dance music scene. Having already played on various stages such as Ultra SA, H2O, Rage Festival and more! SauBomb have played alongside and opened for various international artists such as Martin Garrix, Hardwell, Armin Van Buuren, R3hab, Markus Schulz, Nervo, Goldfish and many more. In 2015 SauBomb also started taking on International bookings, taking their brand to Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Their passion for music has no limits whether it be hard hitting EDM, Progressive House or Deep Soulful House, the duo have an exceptional way of taking their audience on a musical journey! The start of 2014 saw SauBomb joining national radio station 5fm’s team with a weekly radio residency. They used this platform to showcase various local and international artists as well as their music to a very loyal fan base and listenership. In 2015 SauBomb remained part of the 5fm team however with their new residency they had been tasked with spearheading their genre helping introduce new music and artists of various electronic dance genres every Thursday night at 21:30[UTC+2] to radio listeners. In July 2016 SauBomb started a new radio residency with Johannesburg’s biggest radio station, the duo have been hand picked by management to perform weekly on 947’s Bloc Party with Sizwe Dhlomo you can catch them every Saturday night at 19:00. After a lot of learning and experimenting with different sounds and countless hours of studio sessions, SauBomb are preparing to finally release music of their own. Collaborating with different producers and artists from across the country the duo plan on releasing multiple singles during late 2016.
“As far as a music culture goes, EDM is the one who will accept the kids on the outliers, the ones who get bullied, the ones who feel like they may not quite fit in.This community is exceptional in its ability to bond all types together, and I am not exaggerating when I say it saves lives. Our audience is intelligent and kind, discriminating only in regards to which sound they like best.
Our audience is unprecedented in their drive to proactively support each other.” – Kaskade