In-between Afrobeat and Afrobeats, Reggae and Reggaeton, P-Funk and G-Funk,The Saturators are the live manifestation of David Byrne’s 45’s collection.

New York City’s Caribbean Funk party, The Saturators were concocted in 2015 by guitarist/producer Misha “Silky” Savage & dancehall toaster Redddaz. Unafraid to channel a myriad of influences, their sonic vocabulary spans dancefloors from Trinidad to Harlem.
The band has performed at storied venues such as Brooklyn Bowl, B.B King’s Bar and Grill, and Knitting Factory Brooklyn.
They’ve opened for internationally touring acts such as The Wailers, Alika, and Raging Fyah.

Band members:
Aiman Radzi – (Bass / MD) endorsed by Dean Markley Strings,
Angel Acevedo (drums)
Theo Moore (congas/percussion)
Jason Disu (trombone)
Carter Yasutake (trumpet).

 

Press

Djolo

Djolo

"The recipe is daring and tropical, but works wonderfully, and this "Back It Up" has enough to make a few more liters of sweat flow on dancefloors here and elsewhere."

Live for Live Music

Live for Live Music

“With clear afrobeat aspirations, this latest song from The Saturators is definitely one that you’ll want to hear, particularly because of the track’s a compelling lyrical narrative and its grinding yet playful musical base.”

Artist Reach

Artist Reach

“They’re fun, witty, and are extremely on-point with precision and rehearsal”