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Sodrum is a collaboration between DJs and producers Oakie and Jes Hernandez. They reside in Cancun where they have joined talents and established their studio to create an amalgam of electronic music ranging from deep to melodic, keeping a pure passion for the underground.
Oakie's great talent and incredible performances have taken him to get the admiration and respect of many of the most important DJs in the electronic music scene, both national and international. Over the years, he has opened slots for superstar DJs, such as Sasha, Nick Warren, Lee Burridge, Dave Seaman, Kevin Yost, Satoshi Tomiie, and many others. He has been in the line-up of "The BPM Festival", which currently is the most important festival of electronic music in Mexico, sharing the stage with DJ acts such as Richie Hawtin, Dubfire, Loco Dice, Damian Lazarus, David Morales, Stacey Pullen, and Michael Mayer, among others.
Jes Hernandez is known for his numerous edits, which have received recognition from legends of the genre like Greg Wilson. Many of them are on the playlists of DJs from around the world, from Brazil to the UK and Berlin. Hernandez has performed in several major cities within the Mexican circuit of the electronic dance music such as Mexico City, Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Monterrey. He has also shared the booth with an extensive list of national and international DJs, and has also been included in the exclusive list of DJs featured in Mi Casa Su Casa Holiday, a celebration of the purest deep and soulful house.
Oakie and Jes are no strangers in the Mexican Caribbean's nightlife, they have quickly positioned as two of the best exponents in the electronic scene of the Mexican southeast, performing in most of the forums in the zone. Their sessions have been heard in prestigious clubs such as La Santanera, O Ultra Lounge, and Red by Blue Night Club. It is because of the qualities of this pair that in short time, Sodrum has garnered the sympathy of the audience, especially for their skill and respect for house music. Those same elements are also reflected in their studio work with a collection of productions and remixes that continues to increase rapidly.