LA’s fast-rising tech house label, DTLA (Deep Tech Los Angeles) launched a livestream series on Friday 5th June. The Deep Tech Loft Party comes live from the loft of label founder, Jason Trevor Miller aka Redux Saints, in Downtown Los Angeles. In response to nightclubs remaining shut across the globe, the Deep Tech Loft Party promises a realistic virtual clubbing experience, complete with production, and a tongue-in-cheek VIP area with some special guests. For 90 minutes, Redux Saints will deliver the type of back to back, quality tunes which have put DTLA firmly on the map and ensured the label ongoing support from the dance music elite. Join the party on Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo and Twitch.
Over the last 5 years, Redux Saints has been on a mission to move the dancefloor. He became the first US graduate of the intensive Toolroom Academy Masterclass programme and his unstoppable work ethic since underpins him as a rare talent. With consistent, high-quality productions, he has signed tracks to Toolroom, cr2 and Stealth, and receives regular support from global tastemakers including Gorgon City, David Guetta, Joseph Capriati, Roger Sanchez, Pete Tong, Mark Knight, Gabriel Rocha, and many more. Through his solo production and DTLA label combined, Redux Saints continues to deliver credible sounds to the world stage.
On the Deep Tech Loft Party launch, Jason said:
“I live in a loft in Downtown Los Angeles that has seriously thick concrete walls and I have always thought, this would be a fantastic place to do a boiler room style party. Due to the pandemic that idea is on the back burner and replaced with a live stream party concept. Since March, my label partner and I have been studying how DJ’s are live streaming, observing, and taking notes on what works and what doesn’t. We invested in some HDMI splitter equipment (Roland V-8HD) and aim to make this experience more than just watching me drop tracks, smiling into the camera. We hope to do this monthly like an actual club residency.”
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