Redux Saints Drops Suckin’ Up On DTLA
Redux Saints continues to prove his credentials with yet another dancefloor destroyer. ‘Suckin’ Up’ has just landed on his own fast-rising label, DTLA (Deep Tech Los Angeles) and showcases the production prowess which has seen him release on the likes of Toolroom, CR2 and Stealth Records.
‘Suckin’ Up’ is another masterclass in Redux Saints’ trademark irresistible, deep, wiggling basslines, atmospheric swagger and chunky, driving house beats. The killer vocal is the final touch and charts a jealous diva commenting on a rival showing off in the VIP and ‘suckin’ up’ to the DJ. With a premiere from DJ S.K.T on KISS FM, and initial support from the likes of Golfclap (Country Club Disco Radio Show), Rinse FM, House FM, RTE Pulse, Flex FM, as well as DJ’s such as Chris Lake, Shiba San, Claptone, K-Klass, Kaiser Souzai, Gabriel Rocha, Piem, and many others, ‘Suckin’ Up’ seems certain to turn yet more heads in the direction of Redux
Over the last 5 years Jason Trevor Miller a.k.a. Redux Saints has been on a mission to move the dancefloor. He worked his way through the Icon Music Collective Production School then became the first US graduate of the intensive Toolroom Academy Masterclass programme. His unstoppable work ethic underpinned a rare talent and his consistent, high-quality productions have drawn regular support across a wide range of global tastemakers including Gorgon City, David Guetta, Joseph Capriati, Roger Sanchez, Pete Tong, Mark Knight, Gabriel Rocha, Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, Kryder, Golf Clap and many more. His last release ‘Carnival Soul’ with Shayne Fontaine was snapped up by Toolroom and his next release lands on Stealth Records as he continues his ascent to join the electronic music elite.
‘Suckin’ Up’ kicks off with the sort of bouncing house beats guaranteed to catch the attention before the bassline drops in to add a melodic touch typical of Redux Saints. When that bassline moves, it’s impossible not to move with it. The track continues to build with the sassy bitch vocal, drum rolls and lifts until it slams back into the groove with a massive drop. Redux Saints knows how to work it and once again he doesn’t disappoint, squeezing every last drop of euphoric energy from the track.
2020 is set to be a big year for Redux Saints with a string of hot records set to find their way into the biggest DJ playlists and across the airwaves. His new radio show on DT Radio has kicked off in style and his label DTLA continues to underline a growing reputation for big tunes and consistent quality.