DJ Redux Saints drops new dancefloor anthem

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DJ Redux Saints drops new dancefloor anthem

Redux Saints is back with more red-hot club heat in the form of ‘Gonna Be Alright‘, a sublime track which lands on 10th July marking his debut release on Low Ceiling. ‘Gonna Be Alright’ is another masterclass in tech house production from the LA-native tantamount to dropping certified rocket fuel on the dancefloor. With a list of heavyweight global tastemakers spinning his tracks and a string of signings to the hottest house labels around, Redux Saints has yet again proved himself a rare and unstoppable talent.  Stream ‘Gonna Be Alright’ across all platforms now.

Last month, Deep Tech Los Angeles label boss Redux Saints (a.k.a. Jason Trevor Miller) secured a #1 in Beatport’s Best New Tech House Hype Chart with his track ‘Stay Home‘ as part of the Deep Tech Lockdown Sessions Vol.1 compilation. This follows a May release on Stealth Records where he teamed up with A.S.R (a.k.a. Ali Suleman Rizwan) for ‘All Night’, another big hitter that secured global plays. These are the latest successes in a long line of essential tunes that take in credits on labels like CR2 and Toolroom, and support from the likes of Roger Sanchez, David Guetta and Gorgon City. This consistent quality has made Redux Saints a key part of the scene, known for his innovative sounds and fine grasp of club dynamics.

Founded in 2019, Dont Blink’s Low Ceiling is a trendsetting label that has worked with some of the brightest contemporary stars of house music including Chapter & Verse, Davide Mazzilli, Fab Massimo and This Culture among many others. Although in its infancy, its pumping tech house output dominates the Beatport charts, week on week. Once again, they have made big moves by signing up one of the scene’s fastest-rising stars in Redux Saints.

His superb latest single ‘Gonna Be Alright‘ is a turbocharged affair with laser-like synths shooting across the face of the track. The chunky drums make you move, while vocal stabs add fuel to the fire and once the bass drops after the big breakdown, the whole thing is sure to get any club bumping. The production is robust and fresh, and brims with plenty of the new ideas that make this artist so in demand. 

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