Max Styler Travels to Elysian to Release “Wasted Time” W/ TWERL and EVAN GIIA
What is this? Max Styler putting out a release on another label other than Dim Mak? 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. Keeping us alive during our work week we have the latest from Max with “Wasted Time” over on Elysian Records. 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. Hopefully, the lessons he’s learned since will help him as he branches out. 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.
Max Styler throws a bit of a wrench in his formula, pairing up with TWERL to create “Wasted Time”. Clearly created for the festival season (not that we’re complaining), the track creeps up on you with a cinematic opening, just waiting for you to tune in. While the track, in general, is a bit of a slow-burn, Max’s production efforts are complemented by TWERL’s differing style. This is no surprise though, as Styler has been known to be quite the chameleon. “Wasted Time” is a fantastic result for this kind of collaboration.
Make sure you check out “Wasted Time” below!
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