Natasha Alexis


Drawn into the industry by the hypnotic effects of music and a calling to make people dance, Natasha started by playing house parties and small functions with her school friend. They played anything from rock to dance, with 2 home style CD players, a basic volume control and whatever speakers they could get their hands on. Once she had finished school she made her first move into the Music Industry by studying Sound Engineering and while she was studying she learnt how to DJ, thanks to a certain “Fool”.

Natasha started off playing Hard House on vinyl 2003 and moving over to Funky House in 2005, and then made the progression over to CD in 2007. In 2008 Natasha entered a competition that was looking for “South Africa’s Next Top DJ”, were she gained valuable knowledge and met some amazing people within the Industry who would help spearhead her DJ career. It was there that she found her drive to get her playing in clubs and at events. It was in this competition when she got up and made people dance, and it was then that she realized that this was it!

She wanted to bring a new experience to clubbers, by giving them the music that made them want to party and throw caution to the wind.

Having played at numerous venues, Natasha is definitely building herself up to be a big “up ‘n coming” name in the JHB House scene.

Natasha’s styles vary from Deep Jackin’, Jackin’ house, Fidget, Electro and Funky house.  She creates a party mood that is bound to get your feet moving and your body grooving.

Her biggest influences are: Jesse Rose, Sinden, Herve, Joey Youngman aka Wolfgang Gartner,  The Bulgarian, HiJack, Geoff K, Kyle Watson, Nick Supply, Stupid Fresh, Troydon,  Aniki, Jo Kira and many more.


Deep Jackin’, Jackin’ house, Fidget, Electro and Funky house


Johannesburg, South Africa


  • Stones
  • Roxy’s
  • Rhythm Bar
  • Ruby Blue
  • Malabar
  • Voodoo Lounge
  • Sound Factory
  • Tokyo Sky


Divas on Decks





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