A well-renowned DJ and production figure in trance and progressive house circles, Sasha became famous in the late 1980s and early 1990’s for residencies at clubs like Shelley’s (Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England), The Hacienda (Manchester, England), and most notably Renaissance (“Venue 44” in Mansfield, England; later “The Conservatory”, Derby, England). At Renaissance, he formed a now famous longterm DJ partnership with John Digweed (as Sasha & John Digweed), one continued for many years, and they produced the first major commercially released studio-produced DJ mix “Renaissance: The Mix Collection” (1994) – now largely considered a pioneering release of its time. In the early-to-mid 1990s, he produced several productions of his own and did remixes for Urban Soul, M People, Creative Thieves, and the Pet Shop Boys, amongst others. In 1999, he formed a new partnership in the studio with Charlie May (one half of Spooky) and released the “Xpander EP” (1999), and the full-length album “Airdrawndagger” (2002). In 1997 he founded and ran the now defunct Excession label, later followed in 2007 by emFire, a new label for his own recordings. In late 2011 he launched his new digital imprint Last Night On Earth.


  • A1 Felsmann + Tiley– Yin/Yang
  • A2 Rival Consoles– Not Really
  • A3 QRTR– Forest Sprint
  • A4 BAILE (2)– Gone
  • B1 Tryphème– Music For An Imaginary Fashion Publicity
  • B2 Dark Sky (2)– Reserve Parachute
  • B3 DJ P– Power
  • B4 The Micronaut– Koelsa
  • C1 Enui– Us
  • C2 MJ Cole– Maestro
  • C3 lau.ra– I’ll Wait
  • C4 Just Her & Nolan Feat. Keisha Mair– Breathe You
  • D1 Jody Barr Feat. Felicia Douglass– Accidental Lovers
  • D2 Cortese– Circles
  • D3 Sasha– HNDI
  • E1 Sasha & Franky Wah– I’ll Never Change (LUZoSCURA Edit)
  • E2 Polymod– Cycles
  • E3 Nocow– Atent
  • F1 Because of Art– Essence
  • F2 Alex Banks– Resurgence

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 34 × 34 × .5 cm

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