What a better way to start off 2018 than with a staple figure in the MiR community Max Styler. If you are working hard and persistent, then you should be able to overcome any obstacle in your path to success. Max keeps surprising us at MiR, bringing something different to the table each time he shows up. Wrapping up our weekend breakdown we have the latest from Max with “All Your Love”. Fun fact, Max actually holds the title of being one of the youngest producers signed to Aoki’s Dim Mak, as he signed on that dotted line at the ripe age of 18. Since then he has been making major waves with putting out hit after hit while performing at some of the largest festivals in the world.
“All Your Love‘ is a little step away from my usual trap stuff and more about me experimenting with different sounds. I’ve been on house kick lately and I wanted to put my own twist on it, fusing house and future bass together as one.” – Max Styler
What we said in the last paragraph still holds true, as “All Your Love” is completely different from what we are used to seeing from Styler. While some of his style and machinations are still present and still have plenty of influence, Styler’s experimentations within the house genre clearly steer the “All Your Love” ship. This club anthem lures you in with a seductive and enticing piano introduction but quickly flips everything over with a hard electro beat and some fantastic synth work. Max, keep experimenting and never be bored with what you create.
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