Before changing the Electronic Music game in South Africa as GoldFish, Dominic Peters and David Poole were mild-mannered students by day - that blew the roof off house parties by night. Their trail-blazing live show, which mixed tireless house beats with multiple live instrumental performances earned the attention of a swelling house and electronic music fan base. As their fame grew, so did their scope, scouring obscure sources for unique and cheeky samples that they twisted into endlessly fun hooks and choruses. Stirring African rhythms and Sax melodies into the mix helped Goldfish evolve a truly unique house sound. Their burnished grooves are rooted in pure pop pleasure, hooking even the most cautious listener onto the dance floor(without next-day regret). After seven years basing themselves between Cape Town and Ibiza Dom and Dave have settled in San Diego to concentrate on the burgeoning US Market. A consistent string of chart-topping hits — and a live show that has seen countless festival appearances across the globe — has helped GoldFish become one of the most enduring and influential groups in live electronic music.
After years of friendship GoldFish joined the Orca Sound Project in 2018. Using the project's platform to raise awareness for their deep love of the ocean, Orca Sound Project gives GoldFish the opportunity to use their music and influence to empower eco-innovation, leading a movement of like minded people towards a healthy ocean.