Whether DJing at the most remote town on the planet earth - Kalumburu (700 km North West of Kununurra and 800 km north of Broome) or at his new monthly residency in Melbourne . Peewee is still the Resident DJ at the Legendary club Sublime at Home Nightclub Sydney.
Sublime is the longest running club night in the world and is celebrating it’s 12th birthday in 2008 with a classic club anthems CD called “Sublime XII’ programmed and mixed by Peewee. Peewee was voted one of the Top 40 DJ’s in the 2005 & 2004 Inthemix poll has been voted in Ministry Of Sound Mag top 25 most influencing people in Australia Dance scene, voted in Juice Magazine’s Top 25 DJ’s in the world and has been voted in DJ Magazine (UK) Top 100 DJ’s in the world.
This international exposure has led Peewee to work throughout Asia, Europe and even Africa. Peewee has toured China twice, alongside Seb Fontaine and Yousef and has made guest appearances at the legendary Zouk in Singapore. Further, Peewee was the first Australian DJ to play in South Africa at Freedom Festival during 2001. Peewee also graced the shores of Hannover, Germany, where he was invited to play at Lovestern Galatika Meets EXPO 2000, with an international line-up and more than 15,000 party people.
Peewee has twice been nominated for an Aria award for his album “Social Narcotic” and his Top 20 single 'I feel it' and has been awarded an Aria Gold Record for production work. Peewee has knotched up over 70 different dance remixes for Australian and international artists such as Ultrasonic, Jocelyn Brown, Eternal Rhythm, and the list goes on and on. Peewee’s pseudonyms include Evac, Slot Jockies, and Pipi Le Oui. Peewee was the first DJ to release a DJ mixed DVD compilation featuring 74 minutes of VJ (video jockey) visuals.
Music production is an imminent part of Peewee Ferris’ career. The role of the DJ has become more than just a jukebox but a producer, remixer and songwriter. By far the most prestigious highlight of Peewee’s career was composing original music for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies, reaching an audience of over 4 billion people worldwide per ceremony. This year, for the third time in his career, Peewee will compose music for the NYE Sydney Harbour Fireworks Spectacular. Peewee was the musical composer and arranger for the Sydney Gay Games Opening Ceremony.
NYE Sydney Harbour Fireworks Spectacular. His diverse musical production repertoire extends from corporate television and radio advertising campaigns to film soundtracks all around the world.