Relocating to San Francisco to execute his musical ambitions, a host of chart-topping remixes and an extensive global tour for 2010 were accompanied by the devout support of Pete Tong for ‘Swedish Beauty’ as an ‘Essential New Tune’. Ending the year as one DJ Mag’s ‘Top 5 DJs to watch in 2011’, there could not have been a more positive energy surrounding the eclectic producer.
Be it uplifting remodels of Ellie Goulding’s ‘Starry Eyed’ or the Zane Lowe approved remix of Pendulum’s ‘The Island’ alongside Size Records head honcho Steve Angello and label mate AN21, Max’s dexterity for finely tuned peak time anthems has seen him become increasingly familiar with the Beatport charts.
With a worldwide hunger for his bold live endeavors, be it frequent slots at Pacha Ibiza for the Masquerade Motel alongside the Swedish House Mafia, spots at Sensation White or his own solo exploits both in America and overseas, Max is an artist who has excelled in taking the energy of his music wherever he goes.
Debuting the first single alongside Tiësto and AN21 from his upcoming album, ‘People of the Night’ back in 2011, his debut full-length album brags further collaborations alongside British chart topper Example, Tiësto and Steve Angello, Marking not only the years most sought after album, but one of the most diverse studio outings on the horizon.
In 2013 Max launched his weekly CODE RADIO podcast. The hour long mix covers a wide spectrum of styles and genres by artists Max looks to for inspiration on tour and in the studio. In less than 2 months the show was globally recognized and syndicated in over 35 countries worldwide.
In 2014 Max’s productions soared to new heights releasing tracks including the hard-hitting ‘Grim’ which was produced with long-time friend Danny Ray and the eagerly-anticipated anthemic ‘Tonight’ collaboration with AN21. Max further refashioned his sound with the release of his vocal-equipped 'Last Night Changed It All' which was ever-present in the Top 25 iTunes Dance Music Chart alongside the likes of Skrillex and Avicii.
2015 however looks set to be the biggest year of Max’s career yet as he begins the year with the release of "You & Me," the follow up to his 2014 hit 'Last night Changed It All". Watch out for Max in your city as he continues to push the boundaries of his craft to the limits and provide the world with priceless moments and music of a prestigious momentum.