Max Gragam - Frozen / The Power Of One

October 13, 2008
You can't say Max Graham hasn't been dealing with diversity in the past couple of years.

You can't say Max Graham hasn't been dealing with diversity in the past couple of years. From his big breakthrough with housy dance record 'Owner of a lonely heart' to the most sensitive and delicate trance of his 'I know your gone' track with singer Jessica Jacobs. Canadian dj/producer Max Graham manages to turn everything he touches into a success.
Starting at the turntables in 1986, Max went from cut and scratch to house and eventually discovered progressive back in 1992, when the sounds of BT and Underworld were slowly getting bigger. Inspired by dj's like Paul Oakenfold and Sasha, Max decided to infect Canada with this new sound and therewith made himself one of the few dj's that were playing so called 'trance' in the country. It took some years, but eventually Canada picked it up and Max grew out to be one of the busiest and most booked progressive dj's. Several record labels picked up his vibe and his first mix albums appeared around 2001. Duty was calling Max, cause if you want to be a big dj, you have to produce some of your own tracks. So Max spend his time in the studio, building the foundations of a faster path to success. With help from Armada, where he started his Re*Brand imprint many tracks found their way out and managed to work the crowds and make people long for more of this stuff.

And more they will get! Max Graham is now back with a double release. 'Frozen' is a profound, mysterious track that'll take your breath away and send you off to another place and time. 'The Power of One' is light-hearted and atmospheric, and will surely make you float a few meters above the floor while listening.

DJ SUPPORT:Max Graham: playing this EP :)Armin van Buuren: Great tracksAbove & Beyond: Frozen is played on our radio showAndy Moor: Both tracks are nice...Blake Jarrell: loving both tracks!
1.Frozen (Original Mix)2.The Power Of One (Original Mix)

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