David Maas (Admiral Sananda) started producing music around 1998 when he received a copy of the original Propellerhead Reason as a gift. Music he produces is mellow and far out – invoking spacey landscapes and aural journeys.
Admiral Sananda’s DJ sets treat sound irreverently and target all the points where one type of sound becomes indistinguishable from another. Over the years this has been honed to a unique and mind expanding sound with distinct influences from the American Rave movement.
David now resides in Salt Lake City, and is always down to DJ. He’s completely comfortable with Pioneers, vinyl, or his own equipment.
Picture of a collaboration with a singer/guitarist
See facebook.com/admiralsananda for details!
June 3-5th: Electric Pow Wow at Weber Memorial Campground (Dope Souls)
2022 – Feel the Trance XX at Boomerangs SLC (Electric Continuum), Atlantic Progression Live Stream (Atlantic Progression)
2021 – c0ldstorage.com Live Stream (C0ldstorage), Incandescence Festival at Seabase (Electronic Continuum stage)
2020 – Frost Byte at WhySound (Soitis), In the Name of Art (Soitis), Freaky Farm Fest (Blue Barn)
2019 – Live ambient music at Good Grammar Bar (Grown Goonz)
2018 – Feel the Trance 003 at the Fahrenheit Lounge (Electric Continuum)
2017 – NYE Mansion Party (Roger’s mansion), Feel the Trance 002 at the Fahrenheit Lounge (Feel the Trance – recording)
2016 – Spring Break at The Avalon (Mayhem), Nergy at the Epic Lounge (Nergy), Kingdom at the Union (Mayhem), 1Life at the Belasco (1Life), Fallout Renegade in the Mojave (Nergy), Till the Sunrise in the Mojave (LimeLight Prod, semi-cancelled), Epic Lounge b2b Albert Moore, Apollo Gathering (Apollo Project), Garden of Eden at the Belasco (Motive Events), Soultruistic (open decks)
2010 – 6th Annual Rhythmic Music Festival (Tranceparent Productions)
2008 – Helped throw a music festival in Temecula, another in Hollywood
2006 – 2007 – Sunyata Records weekly kegger resident
2005 – Live EDM (keyboard) w/ small band at a party in Antelope Valley
Admiral Sananda (David Maas) in his natural habitat