On this day in 1776, the United States declared its independence from Great Britain. Now, the U.S. celebrates the 4th of July as Independence Day, an occasion commemorated with parades, fireworks and barbecues.
The musical Dr. Jekyll side of my personality makes music with computers and has a new release coming out 7.16.13 on Beatport, Itunes, Juno Download, etc.
Check out a preview of both songs over here.
Gold Whistle proudly presents “Trippy Future”, the 2 track original EP from Brooklyn based artist Max Klaw. This second EP drops you into a neon forrest on an unknown island and escorts you to the rooftops of the finest nightclubs. Max Klaw has a simple formula for dance friendly, heavy bass music; “keep it fun”.
“Trippy Future” is a moombah inspired, heavy percussive based tune. Its eerily trippy vocal & giant dutch synth lead sit on top of some gnarly 808 bass lines. “What You Want” is a breath of bass filled fresh air. Classic piano stabs, an infectious baseline & wavy vocal run this rooftop house banger. In Max’s words “I am going to keep doing music that I think is exciting to listen to and fun to create. This EP is showing another side of my take on future bass music”.