Maxi Million – Lost Frequencies – Recommended Techno

Maxi Million

Maxi Million – Lost Frequencies – Recommended Techno

Not exactly what is considered Techno by the masses, but Maxi Million’s EP – Lost Frequencies is fresh technology-based music, which we featured on this months “ON AIR’ radio show last weekend on taken straight from an EP of strictly deep house type vibes. From the early progressive vibes of Drop in the woods to the deep jazzy chords ‘Hold the doors’ garage roots. The production is classy and the feeling is really smooth on both, they instantly pull you in, offering the soundtrack to more intimate dance-floor moments and a soulful vibe.

Lost Frequencies is out now on Camel Hump records, you can check them out below.

Release Tracklist:
1. Drop in the woods
2. Hold the door

Release Date – 29/11/2019

Label Name – Camel Hump Records

Maxi Million
A bit about the artist:
Maxi Million is a South London based dance music producer whose musical background is heavily influenced by techno, old schoolhouse, funk, soul and hip-hop. After several years under multiple aliases, Maxi Million released his first two EP’s under the new moniker on his own imprint ‘Camel Hump Records’.

The London born producer has an array of releases lined up for 2020 and intends to showcase his versatility by covering multiple dance genres, alongside a highly collaborative hip-hop mixtape.

Artist Quote: “After recently releasing a disco and funk-inspired EP, I wanted to take a step away from that sort of aesthetic for a moment and delve into a more techno/experimental sound. As much as I love uplifting records that have a groove and hook that makes you feel good about yourself, I think there’s something special about tracks with a lot more empty space, something that’s designed to resonate with people in a really dark club, where it’s just you and the music, I like that.”

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