LA’s fast-rising tech house label, DTLA (Deep Tech Los Angeles) will return with the next episode in its Deep Tech Loft Party livestream series on Friday 14th August.
Kicking off at 9pm PT label don Redux Saints aka Jason Trevor Miller will celebrate his recent crowning by Beatport as an honorary ‘On Our Radar’ artist, by serving up two hours of the finest tech house cuts, underground house grooves and world exclusives, as he showcases why DTLA is firmly on the map and courted by the dance music elite.
In response to nightclubs remaining shut across the globe, the Deep Tech Loft Party promises to make Friday nights in, feel like Friday nights out.
Lofty ceilings and seriously thick concrete walls make the DTLA Records headquarters the perfect setting for a live party stream. With multiple camera angles and a sizeable investment in HDMI splitter equipment, DTLA can now deliver a livestream that is as on point as its music policy. Even Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen has been talking about it!
Clubbers joining Redux Saints on the virtual dance floor are in for treat as he premieres a batch of releases. Listen out for forthcoming Redux Saints tracks on DTLA, Low Ceiling, and the brand-new Placebo eFx release with Redux Saints himself on rework duties. Expect to hear more bombs from flourishing underground house and tech producers from around the world as DTLA continues to fly the flag for this ever-popular scene.
Over the last 5 years, Redux Saints has been on a mission to move the dancefloor and is beginning to earn due recognition. With consistent, high-quality productions, he has signed tracks to Toolroom, cr2, Stealth and Low Ceilin, and receives regular support from global tastemakers including Gorgon City, David Guetta, Joseph Capriati, Pete Tong, Mark Knight, Gabriel Rocha, and many more. As the first US graduate of the intensive Toolroom Academy Masterclass programme, his unstoppable work ethic underpins him as a rare talent. Through his solo production and DTLA label combined, Redux Saints continues to deliver credible sounds to the world stage.
As long as the pandemic keeps clubs closed across the globe, the Deep Tech Loft Party will continue to provide its monthly party to keep kitchen ravers everywhere in business.