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DT729 – Redux Saints


Redux Saints aka Jason Trevor Miller is best known for his contemporary tech house vibes, full flavour basslines and trademark ‘thicc beats’. An accomplished DJ and producer, as well as label head and A&R of Deep Tech Los Angeles Records, Redux Saints is a man on a mission to bring quality underground house and techno to the masses.

Jason formed Redux Saints in late 2015 after moving to Los Angeles. An alumni of the Icon Collective Music Production School, and the first US graduate from the intensive Toolroom Academy Masterclass program, his music has been resonating with fans and industry alike, ever since.

Redux Saints’ profile continues to grow amongst the tech-house cognoscenti, exemplified by signings to labels like Toolroom, LOW CEILING, Stealth, CR2, Incorrect Music, HoTL and Hood Politics. These releases have seen Redux Saints gain increasing support from house mainstays such as Pete Tong and Fatboy Slim to tech-house pioneers Mark Knight and Gorgon City, to big room techno heavyweights, Carl Cox and Anja Schneider.

It’s safe to say that Redux Saints made serious moves in 2020. He released no less than 10 original tracks, three of which found themselves in the #1 spot of Beatport’s New Hype releases including ‘To My Beat’, ‘Stay Home!’ (both released on Deep Tech Los Angeles Records) and his remix of ‘Give Me A Reason’ by Placebo eFx (his melodic techno alias). His fine run of form saw him honoured with a Beatport ‘On Our Radar’ accolade and a Toolroom Radio ‘Toolroom Academy Track Of The Week’ for the release of ‘That’s Right’. 2020 ended with Redux Saints breaking the Top 100 Tech House Artist chart where he sits alongside some of the world’s most innovative artists.

2021 will see Redux Saints maintain his unstoppable work ethic and take things up a notch with his label’s output of both new and established talent. Regularly dropping mixes for his popular Deep Tech Los Angeles radio show on our Data Transmission Radio, producing more original music, and giving back knowledge to aspiring artists, it seems certain that more heads are set to tune into the consistent talent of Redux Saints.

Today, he joins on the podcast for the first time to help us celebrate our 13th Birthday today! Listen to it below, on Mixcloud or iTunes here.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words..
“Get that Vaccine “In My Belly” Pandemic Mix”

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
New release forthcoming on HoTL Records (David Tort’s imprint) in February called “Break Yourself”.

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?

Tell us about your next EP?
This February I have my debut release on HoTL Records. “Break Yourself” has Redux Saints’ signature bassline with that occasional vocal hook.  

What have you got coming up?
My melodic techno moniker “Placebo eFx” release called “Running” in February on Deep Tech Los Angeles Records. Booked a few livestreams with Stream City, potential burning man camp, and Deep Tech Loft Party along with a highly anticipated release in March called “Hungry” which samples Duran Duran’s “Hungry Like A Wolf”. 

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Tech House ain’t dead here, so don’t act like it is.


01Matt Caseli – No Sound No Sex (Extended Mix) [Deep Tech Los Angeles]
02 Redux Saints – Break Yourself (Extended Mix) [HoTL Records]
03 Danny Rhys – In Motion (Extended Mix) [Artwrk]
04 Francisco Allendes – Roulette (Extended Mix) [Saved Records]
05 Redux Saints – Aint Got Time (Original Mix) [INCORRECT MUSIC]
06 Martin Ikin, Chenai – You feat. Chenai (Extended Dub Mix) [Toolroom]
07 Redux Saints – Higher (Extended Mix) [Deep Tech Los Angeles]
08 Gene Farris – Keep Pushing (Original Mix) [Farris Wheel Recordings]
09 Kadosh – Drink [Tao Valley Records]
10 Wade – Charles On Acid (Original Mix) [Sola]
11 Redux Saints – Unhinged (Extended Mix) [Deep Tech Los Angeles]
12 Redux Saints – You Can’t Front (Extended Mix) [Hood Politics Records]
13 Chapter & Verse – Cancel It  [WyldCard]
14 Dennis Beutler, Kuestenklatsch – All You Gotta (Original Mix) [303Lovers]
15 Ron Costa – Twisted (Original Mix) [Sola]

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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