Born in Edmonton Alberta, Sirrak has been surrounded by music his entire life. Learning to spin at the age of 13, this Canadian born DJ mixes across the entire West Coast of Canada from Whistler, Hope, Vancouver, Nanaimo, Tofino to Victoria. Influenced by his Parents, Sirrak began his dj’ing passion with Reggae & Motown. He soon after switched to Hip-hop and R&B. Having Traveled to places such as Dubai, Southern Europe, and Recently to Toyko, Sirrak witnessed the true potential of dance and house music.. After discovering this amazing type of music he decided to bring it back with him to Canada. As one of West Coast DJs most rounded artists Sirrak can perform, play and rock to any crowd. After being a part of companies like TranceLAB (for 6 months) and having experience playing in clubs such as Touch Lounge and Sugar Night Club, Sirrak is ready for any kind of show. Being diverse is the key to success in this industry and that’s why Sirrak is the man. He is available to spin at Corporate events, Weddings, Beach parties, lounges, restaurants and clubs. It’s always a good time when you’re partying with Sirrak.
“DJ’d at the high school cafeteria during a lunch hour. Rocked it. A fellow rising DJ and I broke into the cafeteria during second block and set up our equipment. Gave the students a little show”.
Dj idol or mentor?
“DJ Idols would be Tiesto and Carl Cox, they know how to do Live shows!!!! The guy who made me want to become a DJ goes to Dr. Dre (The Chronic and 2001)”.
Spin in any city?
“Right here in the west coast!!! Wouldn’t mind DJ’ing over in London, Madrid, Hong Kong, Sydney, and Dubai either though;)”.
Most infamous fuck up?
“I was dj’ing a fancy wedding for a friend, and the power went out for my system. Quiet for quite some time… Later found out that some guy turned off the circuit breaker… the Bride was not impressed”.
Favorite place to buy music?
“Beat port for online music”.
Pet peeve behind the decks?
“Too many people behind you while spinning, and they accidentally bump the tables, and the Music stops, or jumps… Man, makes any DJ get mad!”.
Pre gig ritual?
“Listen to some Reggae to calm my nerves”.
Listen to, in order to get in the mood?
“Reggae, Especially Bob Marley. Showing my True Roots”.