We met Jason Trevor Miller – aka Redux Saints – when he hired us to shoot a few press photos at The Great Company in the Los Angeles Arts District. We booked out the tracking room at Forecast Recordings and did the majority of the shoot with studio lights and a Sony A7. He later commissioned us to design deeptechla.com, a hub for a new collective of underground house producers from Los Angeles.
Redux Saints is known for his unique melodies and powerful emotion within his music. His carefully crafted house tracks combine gorgeous melodies, cerebral textures, wholesome sub frequencies, and sparse vocals. Heavily influenced by the likes of Sasha & Digweed, Danny Howells, and Paul Oakenfold, the rising artist has played major clubs and festivals from WMC in Miami, to Burning Man, and overseas at the legendary Ministry of Sound in London. Regardless of the constant traveling, Jason's main passion is playing his hometown of Los Angeles, where reinvention of a thriving music scene is found from underground warehouse parties to club venues and music festivals.
Jason is an alum from the Toolroom Academy Masterclass and the Icon Collective Music Production School. His first single as Redux Saints, “Take Me With You”, was signed to Proton, and since then he has popular remixes by D. Ramirez, Made By Pete, and Ben Remember. He has also gained radio plays by Kölsch and Pete Tong on BBC Radio One. Redux Saint's manifesto is to propagate the emerging deep, tech, and progressive house talent in Los Angeles. DTLA (Deep Tech Los Angeles) is the catalyst for this movement with the recent release of DTLA EP, followed by the local LA producer’s DTLA compilation album, and an event series this year.
Check out his latest DTLA mix below: