Max Styler rides an eternal heatwave of delight on Dim Mak single “Feel It.”
Max utilizes deep bass tones, expressive vocoded vocals and anthemic turns to create an undeniable house burner. In the latest move of his rapidly evolving music career, he has taken a fresh approach towards his solo tracks in 2018. Moving away from the moody, glitchy future bass sounds of his 2017 output, Max has now embraced a bright and vivid take on 4/4 house music. Styler kicked off the year with “All You Love,” a vocal house record that acted as a declaration of this new direction. The current single “Feel It” now solidifies this mission statement and signifies Styler’s transition from teenage musical whiz kid to seasoned producer.
This summer, the San Luis Obispo-based artist had one of the strongest months of his career. In June he released an official remix of Diplo & Lil Xan’s “Color Blind” on Mad Decent/Columbia Records, as well as teamed up with Steve Aoki, Deorro and MAKJ to drop “Shakalaka,” a massive collaboration the artists performed together at Coachella 2018. Additionally, Styler joined forces with KRANE on “Changes,” off KRANE’s SESSIONS, Vol. 2. Styler’s constant flurry of new releases and performances at major events have gained him a strong following of fans around the world. He rounded out last year with a series of Asian tour dates, including Japan’s Wired Music Festival, Club Space in China, Cubic in Macau and numerous dates alongside Steve Aoki. Jumping back on the road in 2018, Styler reunited with Aoki on multiple stops during the Dim Mak boss’ Kolony North American Tour and again during Dim Mak Neighborhood at Brooklyn Mirage, where Styler performed alongside acts such as Carnage, Dada Life and Smokepurpp.