July 2020 – Max M. is an artist with a focus on blending the dream-like textures of EDM with the timeless melodies of great pop music. Recently, he took to the web to release a brand new EP. The new project stretches out towards different directions, highlighting Max M.’s incredibly remarkable artistic versatility.
One of the most distinctive perks of this release is the high quality of the production.
The sound is very punchy and immersive, yet it has a warm, organic and down-to-earth attitude, which really showcases the “human element” of the production side, and not just a sample-driven electronic arrangement. Unlike many releases in this particular genre, Imaginary Problems is far from becoming a collection of the usual cliches, readymade presents, and recycled thoughts.
A lot of heart went into the making of these songs, and the reward is a much more intriguing listening experience. If you enjoy the work of artists the likes of Avicii, Halsey and Steve Aoki, you are certainly going to enjoy what you hear now.
Learn more about Max M., and do not miss out on “Imaginary Problems” as well as other releases from this talented artist.
He’s seen as one of the world’s French experts in his IT field but this hasn’t stopped Max M from having two careers. Who says you can’t be an electronic music producer and a key player in an American multinational. Max M is planning to release a lot of great music in 2020, fresh off the successes of ‘Never Wanna Leave’ and ‘Under Water’ which ranked first and fifth on american DJ site: Digital DJ Pool.
Both tracks generated a lot of attention in South America, Denmark, Germany and the United Kingdom.
The tunes are infectious and will seduce from the very first notes. Max M’s love for music began in his teens when he used to compose and DJ. He then went on to concentrate on his other passion: computer science, which he studied at university. Through this, he embarked on a brilliant career. When he reached the age of 40, he decided to rekindle with his first love and took piano lessons and trained in production in order to get back behind the synthesizers for our greatest pleasure.
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