Redux Saints & A.S.R – All Night [Stealth Records]
We’re closely following the movements of LA-based, Redux Saints. He’s just teamed up with A.S.R to deliver All Night on Stealth Records and what a tune it is – we can see why label boss Roger Sanchez snapped it up.
Peak time & jackin track that cranks up the energy!Roger Sanchez
Out now as an EP, it’s already clocked up tastemaker support from the likes of Mednas, Sugarstarr, Mark Knight, DJ Dove, and Matt Caseli.The standout here is the tech mix – it starts as it means to go on with energetic drum loops and driving house beats before the bouncing bassline drops in and the looped vocals start to wind everything up. A splash of pianos and diva vocals in the break and it slams back into the irresistible groove.
The duo Redux Saints (a.k.a. Jason Trevor Miller) and A.S.R (a.k.a. Ali Suleman Rizwan) first met while Jason worked at Krafted Records and Ali released a track on the label. Last year Ali brought Jason onto ‘New Wave Girl’ by Sonickraft on Shanghaied Records as a remixer where he helped the original track hit #1 on Traxsource. The success of this project finally pushed them to collaborate on some music. In September 2019 the creative sparks began to fly, resulting in All Night.
LA-based, Redux Saints has been making big waves in the tech house scene with a series of huge releases, most recently the dancefloor destroyer, Suckin’ Up, on his own label, DTLA (Deep Tech Los Angeles). His fast-rising reputation for consistent, quality productions has seen a growing list of global tastemakers support his music, including Joseph Capriati, Pete Tong, Mark Knight, Gabriel Rocha, Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, and Golf Clap.
Stealth Records is an ideal home for All Night. Since 2002 it’s been one of the most upfront imprints in house music, supporting new talent as well as dropping tunes from some of the biggest names in the game, with each release personally chosen and A & R’d by Roger Sanchez.
All Night is a perfect name for this track – it delivers so much dynamic energy it’s almost impossible to stop dancing. Once again, Redux Saints and A.S.R underline their status as artists to watch in 2020. Stream now across all platforms.