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"They [SANiTY & KRITTY} promised a track that would surely resonate with anyone in one way or another, and they’ve succeeded." - ThisSongSlaps

"Making the song was an emotional process for the brothers, and the video mirrors the sentiment. It has themes of family, young love, and the distress caused by being apart. This one is a tearjerker and will leave you longing for more." - EDM Insider


Astoria Queens, New York

Electronic Dance Music (G-House, Brazilian Bass, Electro & Progressive House, Bass House, Hip-Hop/Trap, Urban, Reggae/Latin Influenced Dance Music)
(Open Format/Private Gig Bookings Available Upon Request)

Recent Releases

SANiTY - "Missed Call" (Original Mix) [G-Mafia Records], 2017

Rae Sremmurd - "Black Beatles" (SANiTY Remix), 2016

The Notorious B.I.G. - "Nasty Boy" (SANiTY 'G - House' Remix), 2016

'HOMESICK (Remixes) - EP' (w/FIGHT CLVB, Kapo, Ehallz, & Dope Tendencies), 2016

"Sextro" w/Kapo (feat. Papi Shank), 2015

Support from Moomba Blasta!

"You (Why Owe You)" [feat. Ella] (Groove Therapy Records), 2015

“You (Why Owe You)” brings a groovy house beat over the distorted vocals of Ella Markham. Everything from the chord progression to the bouncy bass makes the track fitting for the current NYC house scene." - DailyBeat

"Lose It!" (Pop Rox Muzik), 2015

Recent Mixes

BOSS HAU$: #BossBeats Vol. 1 (Mixed by SANiTY) [MMW Edition], 2017

EK008 - Eternally Krafted Podcast feat. SANiTY [EJ Eternal Records], 2015

Summer of SANiTY: Days of Dance, 2014


Demitri Kesoglides, a.k.a. SANiTY (or DJ SANiTY), has been cutting his teeth in the NYC nightlife circuit for over 8 years now. Hailing from Queens, the 27 year old has a diverse ethnic background which definitely lends itself to his varied taste in music. SANiTY's flexibility as a DJ shows in his live sets, as he plays to many different types of crowds -- ranging from upscale venues (Greenhouse, Highline Ballroom, The DL) to underground venues (The Electric Warehouse, The Paper Box, The Hangar, among other venues in Brooklyn), as well as some of NYC's premier venues for electronic music (Output, Pacha, Stage 48, Webster Hall). Upon graduating with his Bachelor’s Degree in Management of Musical Enterprises from Baruch College, and subsequently his Master's Degree in Music Business from NYU, SANiTY has shifted focus from the business side of the industry to developing himself as an artist. As producing original music has now taken precedent, SANiTY is experimenting to find his ‘sound’ – a cross between progressive, electro, urban, groovy, and g-house styles along with open-format mixing techniques. After a few free releases on prominent blogs such as EDM Insider, YourEDM, EDMTunes, ThisSongSlaps, and Do Androids Dance (Complex Magazine), he made his record label debut in 2014 with UK-based EJ Eternal, part of the Krafted Music Group umbrella. The label released his 'HOMESICK EP', which saw the title track "Homesick" w/songwriter Kritty amass over 50K plays via The song received the music video treatment and a remix EP, with remixes by Fight Clvb (Wall Recordings/Dim Mak/Revealed Recordings), Kapo, Ehallz, and Dope Tendencies (Buygore/Caps Lock Crew). SANiTY also had releases on Cali-based label Pop Rox Muzik with his electro original "Lose It!," as well as NYC-based label Groove Therapy Records, which released his smooth house single "You (Why Owe You)" featuring UK songstress Ella Markham. The Latin-EDM fusion track "Sextro" w/infamous moombahton producer Kapo, featuring vocals from Spanglish singer/rapper Papi Shank, saw huge support on the popular 'Moomba Blasta' YouTube channel. Currently, SANiTY is into the 'G-House' movement, and will be making his debut release with G-Mafia Records in 2017. On the horizon is a collaborative compilation he plans to release with local NYC producers and rappers, entitled 'East Coast G-House' -- an eclectic mix of gritty East Coast hip-hop lyricism, party trap breakdowns, and thumping ghetto house grooves.

More Press

"This is one of the most interesting adaptations I have heard in a minute ... Using the original samples to lead into a drop, you expect the record to go apeshit, and it doesn't... at all. Pointed drums sit underneath a minimal synth, and the "let me see you work" sample stands as the heart of the record.  It's nutty, a step to the left, and downloadable for free. The trifecta." - Complex Magazine

"Undertaking an Afrojack song isn’t something that can be taken lightly. When you’ve been a huge fan of the guy, it makes things even more intense, because you don’t want to disappoint. Well, SANiTY did not disappoint with his remix of “Mexico.” Right from the get go your ears perk up and for the rest of the six minutes your ears will stay in tune. Your body may start to dance, in fact, it will. The minimal electro style is pretty groovy, with tones that lure the listener in deep. It’s fairly easy to imagine Afrojack himself dropping this, especially with how the second drops takes a turn for a more energetic style, yet it still keeps things cool" - YourEDM

Major Shows & Events

SANiTY certainly pushes his distinct sound as an artist/producer, but also has a knack for willing to adjust when necessary; to read a crowd as a real DJ does.  Some of his big shows have been:

=> Texas A&M University-Commerce Block Party 2014 (w/Hellogoodbye)
=> Output (Main floor, w/Amine Edge & Dance, Mike Palladino, & Harper)                           
=> Blended Tours @ S.O.B.'s (Sounds of Brazil)
=> Pacha NYC (events w/Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DJ BL3ND, Sander Van Doorn, &              Cazzette)
=> Webster Hall (WIDE party w/Scratch DJ Academy)
=> Stage 48 (events w/Lil' Jon, Hard Rock Sofa, Walshy Fire of Major Lazer, Mysto &              Pizzi)
=> Audiophiles Ent & Contrast Untld Present: Toxic Synergy 3 (w/Da Tweekaz, Wasted         Penguinz, Nicky Twist, & Felix Bizarre)
=> FIGHT CLVB @ Tobacco Road Times Square
=> Greenhouse (w/DJ Big Ben & Travis Porter)
=> Skyroom NYC w/Fatman Scoop
=> Dusk AC (Caesar's Palace Atlantic City) (w/DJ Ammo)
=> TEDxGramercy (Official Independently-Organized TEDTalks Event)
=> Winter Music Conference Party @ Will Call (Miami, FL)

Live Video Clips


“Wash Yo Ass (Sanitize)” is up next with a playful melody and bouncy bass line throughout. Once again blending dutch house and progressive builds, the vocal on the drop demands that you “Wash yo ass!” The importance of personal hygiene and humor are evident in the official video" - EDM Insider

*Victor Niglio, on "Wash Yo Ass" : "Big track man, super dutch!"*


Management: Edward Pierre-Paul, EPM Consulting Group

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