Hailing from the birthplace of house music, Chicago. Redux Saints is an act that embodies the genres true original energy, whilst constantly looking to the future of the sound, pushing its boundaries and harnessing a natural gift for production and creativity.
Jason Trevor Miller is the visionary behind Redux Saints, a moniker he unleashed in 2015. The project draws inspiration from a wide range of sounds and eras from across the house music spectrum. It’s a versatile, yet highly current take on the genre, that has seen support from an array of the scenes most noted performers. From house mainstays such as Erick Morillo, Pete Tong and Fatboy Slim, to tech house pioneers Mark Knight, Riva Starr and D. Ramirez, to big room techno heavyweights, Carl Cox and Nic Fanciulli.
His music has got the attention of leading record labels, which has seen him release on CR2, Toolroom, Shanghaied and Stealth. With such creativity, the natural progression has taken him to create his own imprint, Deep Tech Los Angeles Records, named after the city he currently resides. The label serves as a platform for him to showcase more of his extensive back catalogue and music from up and coming act’s he’s discovered whilst playing around the world and on his Frisky Radio Show.
Since moving to the City of Angels, he’s taken its vibrant underground warehouse scene by storm. Firmly cementing his reputation as one of the city’s go to DJs for tech house and melodic techno. His skills behind the decks have seen him tour some of the world’s most exciting places to play, from the iconic Burning Man festival, London’s Ministry of Sound, Amsterdam’s ADE conference to some of Spain’s most beautiful spots, in Barcelona and Ibiza’s legendary palace of excess, Pikes.
Having accomplished so much, in such a short space of time. It’s clear that his music speaks for itself and his live performances always deliver the goods.