Karizma, Daniel Wang, Arnaldo, Park Ranger, The Menendez Brothers, Brand New Wayo, Alex Crescent, Nite Sleaze, Chubby Funster & Seb Wheeler, Jacques Adda
After a busy summer with appearances at One Day Festival, Noisily, and Beacons, Saints Don’t Sleep returns to celebrate two years of parties at Brixton Jamm.
Karizma aka Kaytronik is not only a shining light of Baltimore’s underground music scene but one of house music’s more versatile and respected figureheads of the last 20 years. With three highly reputable albums on his own R2 records and a consistent string of releases on labels such as Strictly Rhythm, Objektivity and Black Vinyl Records; he has also worked with an array of legends such as Kenny Dope, Roy Ayers as well as AtJazz in their more commonly known outfit Exist.
The California born, Taiwan raised Daniel Wang set up Balihu records after moving to Chicago to study in the early 90s. The label immediately set a high precident for sample based, disco infused house. Wang later moved to NYC and has since strayed from his sample based method of writing and began to explore in more depth vintage production equipment and synthesizers including the Theremin for which he has become synonymous with.
Born in San Luis Argentina, Arnaldo began his musical career in Manchester. He is now based in London and has been making solid tracks over the last few years with his effortless productions out on Smallville, Greta Cottage and Blank Slate.
Saints wouldn’t be complete without long serving residents The Menendez Brothers who have been riding an inspirational wave of success recently with appearances at Glastonbury, Secret Garden and Lovebox to name but a few! The same goes for Alex Crescent and Nite Sleaze who we can genuinely say Saints would not be what it is today without their loyal support.
Warming up Room 1 will be friend and long term Trouble Vision resident Park Ranger, really excited to have him down for a long awaited debut appearance.
We are very pleased to welcome back the Brand New Wayo crew as well who have been picking up mad accolades for their brilliant mix series.
Jacques Adda of Flux also makes a long awaited debut having also played One Day. Last but not least we are delighted to welcome the return appearances of The Chubby Funster and Seb Wheeler of Mixmag.