Search Help
Album Only


As predicted, 2015 closed with a proper bang for Trystan - his rampant touring schedule taking him to European hotbeds like Berlin, Moscow and London; plus another stint headlining the hottest venues in one of dance music's most talked about new territories - Ukraine’s Kiev. Amidst all this DJ activity, his package-stealing rework of Swedish left-field pop artist, Karin Park, was released after accruing some stellar props from Steve Lawler, Maceo Plex, Him Self Her, Henry Saiz, Kris Davis and KCRW, LA’s Jason Bentley. And after several months of heavy support from the big man himself - the trippy slice of atmospheric house genius that is ‘Waking Giants’ - finally saw the light of day via the behemoth that is John Digweed's Bedrock.

James has kicked off 2016 with an intense period of studio activity, culminating in a clutch of deeper, more techno-leaning originals - due to surface Summer / Autumn-time - as well as a driving, hypnotic remix for exciting new London talent, Puzzle; a package for which he was commissioned alongside the Electronic legend that is Matthew Herbert. And being an artist that’s forever keen to learn and share new ideas, his production endeavours have also extended to an incredible collab with London’s Barber. The result being ‘Black Magic’ - a full-bodied, rolling, tech-house beast that's poised to slay an Ibiza opening party near you very soon.

With this impressive start to the new year firmly in place, James embarks on a tour of South East Asia in May - playing at a host of venues across Kuala Lumpur, Koh Phangan, Bangkok, Bali, and Singapore where he will headline with the much lauded KYO; all of this before he heads West to start a bumper US tour in August.

Make Default

Embed a player for
Copy the above code and paste it into your website or blog.
© 2002-2020 Traxsource, Inc.

Add New Cart