Max Graef Is A Prime Example Of The New Generation Of Young Pure Hearted Producers Emerging From Berlin At The Moment. At Age 19, His Output Is Surprisingly Mature And Well Rounded Juggling Everything From House, Hip-hop & Garage To Indefinable Hybrids Of In-between.
Max Graef is a prime example of the new generation of
young pure hearted producers emerging from Berlin at the
moment. At age 19, his output is surprisingly mature and
well rounded – juggling everything from house, hip-hop &
garage to indefinable hybrids of in-between.
His own label “Box Aus Holz” is fast becoming a hub for
young producers focussing on the raw sample based
house & disco sound. Besides releasing on his own
imprint, Max has close ties to Andy Hart’s “Melbourne
Deepcast” with whom he has an ongoing collaboration.
On his first release for Tartelet Max reveals his all-round
talent and paves the way for his debut album due later this
A1. Am Fenster
On the opening track Max teams up with Muff Deep. The
result is a warm and soulful tune with dusty vocal samples
and raw rhythms.
B1. Pink Panther
What is this? We are not sure but it sounds like a mix
between house and 2step bumping 130 bpm, a true burner
and not for the fainthearted.
On the final cut Max brings on his wingman and label
partner Labuzinski for an adventures track build around a
killer sample, pulsating synths and rolling 16th note hi hats.
Full support from Axel Boman and Brandt Brauer Frick as
they are loving the tracks (added: 2013-02-08 16:15:24 )