Saul’s dedication to good music, whatever it’s sub-genre, his ability to read a crowd and tease them into submission, and the pure optimism of his ‘let’s get this party started’ attitude have all been central to the attention and respect he has attracted from the diverse range of DJs, producers and promoters that he has worked with over the years.
From UK clubs such as Ministry of Sound and Pacha, supporting A-list acts such Pete Tong and Calvin Harris, completing his Kinky Malinki residencies in Ibiza or playing boutique Australian festivals the last 20 years sharing beats worldwide have done nothing to quench his youthful thirst. Spurred on by the ever changing face of the dance floor he continues to evolve his career the latest projects taking in label management, production and music journalism.
If you’ve danced in a nightclub in WA then is more than likely you have already met this innovative yet versatile dj through. At home dropping funk and disco on a daytime rooftop bar to laying down a late night filthy tech infused set, he knows what you need to get you moving.
‘A true innovator, never an imitator…’
“Music is a drug I am truly addicted to it! I get moody if I don’t have my fix. I can’t imagine my world without music in it and I think this ideology is more than apparent when i’m bouncing about in the booth. I truly love it!”