Esa Williams arrived in Glasgow in 2007 and since his relocation to Scotland from Cape Town, South Africa in 2004 he has influenced various musical projects and events with his unique sounds.
DJing under the name Esa, making up part of the Auntie Flo live act and producing music under the moniker Mervin Granger, it's fair to say that his is a face well known to many a discerning night owl.



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Esa Williams arrived in Glasgow in 2007 and since his relocation to Scotland from Cape Town, South Africa in 2004 he has influenced various musical projects and events with his unique sounds.
DJing under the name Esa, making up part of the Auntie Flo live act and producing music under the moniker Mervin Granger, it's fair to say that his is a face well known to many a discerning night owl. Following regular appearances at Subculture,Sensu Bar Soba and the Red Bull Music Academy events in Glasgow he has a proven history of working with electronic music at almost every level. His involvement with Red Bull meant that he was the driving force behind bringing artists such as Kevin Saunderson, Josh Wink and Tony Lionni arrived in Glasgow for a series of performances, lectures and workshops.

His relationship with the Sub Club extends beyond being a regular in the booth at Subculture and pre-parties in McSorley's as he spent time with the Sensu live show and joined Auntie Flo in 2011 as part of the live act and performs alongside Brian De Sousa at various club like Fabric London, Plastic People, Boiler Room Session and appearances on BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale Sessions.
Finally, 2010 herald the launch of Esa's Rememory Music projects with releases from his own Mervin Granger moniker and exclusive remixes from OOFT! Music and more.

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