Sekhar started off Deejaying in a small pub called Formula 1 in 2001, which was his first full-time job as a DJ. But since 1998, Sekhar had been an ardent fan of funk, hip-hop, house, soul and R&B, genres that weren’t very popular commercially. He also watched the top guys in the business with keen interest. “I used to attend all the gigs of veterans Johnson, Vishnu, Suraj and Jakes,” Sekhar says. It was not easy to get music, yet Sekhar did his homework. Hours of research in net cafes, listening to different kinds of stuff being played, calling up friends abroad who helped him keep international trends kept him updated. He has played at all the clubs in the city and is currently at Ava Lounge (Dream Hotel). He has never considered migrating to bigger cities which have wilder parties. For the “Kochi boy” loves his hometown, cherishes his visits to the temple and dreams of setting up a sound studio, where he can immerse himself in music production and teach deejaying.