Tag Archives: Max Graef

Nextups and throwbacks: CULT

Booking one of our favourite producers to play in manchester is always a sure-fire way to feature on the site. Step forward CULT, which has booked Max Graef to appear at Primrose St later this month… “CULT represents the underground subculture of electronic dance music. It’s secretive and mysterious. It’s not something that will ever grace […]

Nextup: Glenn Astro & Max Graef – M$001

Beatmaking Dilla would enjoy. If this is what 2015 sounds like, bring it on.

Nextup: Events worth leaving the house for – 17th-20th April

A truly mixed bag this bank holiday weekend, with house and disco from Crew Love and Space Dimension Controller, legend Kenny Dope hitting up Twenty Twenty Two, classic UKG form DJ EZ, Detroit techno from the master Kyle Hall and Easter Sunday being Max Graef, James Holroyd and Tiger & Woods… Thursday 17th: Mind on […]

Nextup: Max Graef – Rivers Of The Red Planet

Up-and-coming Berliner Max Graef has been a firm favourite of ours for quite a while now. After a great 2013, he has been tipped by many to have a huge 2014 ahead of him. One of the reasons why people reckon he is going to make such a big impact is his upcoming LP, ‘Rivers […]

Nextup: Max Graef – Nr 05

After making a spectacular entrance to the scene in 2013, Max Graef returns early in 2014 with a release on The Gym Records, reasserting the reasons why he is one of the producers to watch this coming year. Such high praise is certainly warranted; last year Graef managed to be prolific but at the same time keep the standards […]

Throwback: Martin’s top tracks of 2013

5- HNNY – Yearning When I first heard this record way back at the start of the year I assumed it was already an established classic that I’d missed, so I was pleasantly surprised to find out it was only a recent released. It’s a great example of what makes house great, a solid cheerful […]

Nextup: Max Graef – Zitze

Coming across this track after a casual perusal of Soundcloud, it contains an exceptionally funky beat which implores you to dance. It is easy to imagine Andres using it in one of his sets or Theo Parrish picking up on the danceabiility of the track. With cowbells, an awesome key riff and gospel-inspired vocals in […]