Chicago-born, LA-based DJ / producer, Redux Saints (aka Jason Trevor Miller) is already back with a second superb new single of 2021. ‘Higher’ lands today, 22nd January on his own essential label, Deep Tech Los Angeles Records. This scorching new production comes hot on the heels of ‘You Can’t Front’ on Hood Politics, which, like many of Redux Saints’ releases, made an immediate entry into Beatport’s Best New Tech House Hype chart. It’s safe to say that Redux Saints made serious moves in 2020, serving up well received fresh underground house sounds on LOW CEILING, Stealth, Incorrect Music, Toolroom Records and his own DTLA Records. He’s both a bona fide one to watch for 2021 and an artist who’s already making big waves, just below the surface.
Stream the latest single here: https://hypeddit.com/link/95c58r
Redux Saints was a standout artist in the tech house scene throughout 2020, not to mention one of the most original. All year he received major DJ support from the likes of Anja Schneider, Gorgon City, Claptone, Chris Lake, and many more, with top radio plays from Pete Tong, DJ S.K.T and Liquid Todd, plus bagged a Toolroom Radio ‘Toolroom Academy Track Of The Week’.
As his profile continues to grow amongst the tech house cognoscenti, he is not letting up and continues to serve up sizzling new tunes. To put his recent performances in context, he has had three Beatport New Hype #1s for releases ‘To My Beat’, ‘Stay Home’ and his remix of ‘Give Me A Reason’ by Placebo eFX (his melodic techno alias); a Beatport ‘On Our Radar’ accolade and the cherry on the cake was him breaking the Top 100 Tech House Artist chart.
At the same time as working on his own music, Redux Saints has also hosted the Deep Tech Loft Party livestreams from the DTLA label HQ, complete with playful infomercials and high-profile fans in Claude von Stroke and Charlie Sheen to name two.
Launched only in 2019, Deep Tech Los Angeles Records has been steadily making a global impact with its quality house and techno roster including D.Ramirez, Charles D (USA), CHESSER, Husko, and Chapter and Verse, receiving support from mainstays like David Guetta, Cirez D, Mark Knight and dozens more.
While some sat back during the pandemic, DTLA showed unrelenting musical invention, spawning the Lockdown Sessions compilation series to showcase the talents A&R’d by its label boss, and eventually closing the year out with an essential 29-track DTLA 2020 compilation of the label’s 12-month highlights.
Ever inspired, Redux Saints continues to be on top form and this new single is further testament to that showing a different side to his production. ‘Higher’ is a big-hearted vocal house cut with warm drums, airy hi hats and bold bass, all adding to the atmosphere. Key to it all is an impassioned female vocal that soars up top to bring overwhelming emotions – guaranteed to be another track resonate with house fans everywhere.
Next up for DTLA come releases from Matt Caseli (Freakin 909 / Simma Black) and hot German duo, Kuestenklatch, who’ll join the family in February and March respectively.
A tireless work ethic signals more great output on DTLA throughout 2021.
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