7th Dec - WFA Final, London
29th Dec - Open Air, Koh Phangan
31st Dec - Merkaba Beach Club, Koh Phangan
4th Jan - Sandcastle Club, Koh Phangan
13th Jan - Sunset Pearl
Jan 20th Merkaba Club
22nd Jan - Sandcastle Club, Koh Phangan
28thJan - Castle
29th Jan - D/Railed @ Sandcastle
Jan 31 Maya Ko Phangan, Thailand
Feb 02 Jungle Party Ko Phangan, Thailand
Feb 04 Sound Hotel Bo Phut, Thailand
Feb 07 D/Railed @ Sandcastle Club Ko Phangan
Mar 13 Bermudos Phuket, Thailand t
Mar 14 The Master World Bartending Championship" Phuket, Thailand
Mar 15 The Master World Bartending championship Phuket, Thailand
As one half of progressive house duo Filth & Splendour James Trystan isn’t a new comer to the dance music scene. Having spent the last 9 years DJing all over London, Spain, Thailand, South Korea and beyond he’s well versed in performing to large and captivated crowds. Counting the Key, The Cross, Turnmills and The Egg as residencies, alongside regular slots at Ministry of Sound, his experience at delivering blistering sets is assured.
During his partnership with Oli Cassidy he has produced a huge back catalogue of releases across their own label Itch Records, and established imprints such as Perfecto, Cr2, Baroque, Twisted Frequency and Armada. Supported and remixed by the likes of Carl Cox, Dave Seamen, Paul Oakenfold, Umek, Ed Kane, Jaymo and James Harcourt, their reputation as artists is certified by some of the best producers in their genre.
Now building on that success and experience James Trystan is exploring his solo sound, a sound that was quickly and keenly supported by one of Europe's most respected bastions of credible house music - Great Stuff Records - and their new deeper imprint Fukai, who snapped up his early releases and are keen to cement a long and lasting relationship with this artist on the rise. Through releases on Defected In The House, Seamless and KNM - heralding multiple Beatport top 10s - James has nurtured a fresh palette that lurks in deeper, more atmospheric waters, and toys with subtly emotive melodies without ever losing that flagrant knack for plump, undulating grooves.
To understand why James Trystan is fast-becoming a definitive production force in the house industry you only need to check out his recent remixes work for the Klaxons, Fenech Soler and Ghost Beach, which have received support from the biggest names in the business. With most of his recent releases being blasted out on Radio 1, Kiss FM and Capital this summer James Trystan is certainly one to watch. Forthcoming are collaborations with Barber, and Della Zouch, alongside numerous syncs to big compilations. His performance diary is filling up too, with a short stint at the Ibiza closing parties before nipping to ADE and over to Asia for Christmas and New Year, if you’re looking for the hottest talent on the rise, now is the time to get in touch.