Max M – ‘Renaissance’

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Max M – ‘Renaissance’

Hailing from Lille, musician Max M has released the must-hear EP ‘Renaissance’. It is a pop-EDM release that will have you reaching for the repeat button this Winter.

‘Imaginary Problems’ opens the release and instantly sets the scene as to what is to come. Then, as the memorable melodies ring out they instantly draw the listener in.

In addition, ‘I’ll Be Up’ features soulful vocal performances, relatable lyrics and catchy melodies. We adore the warm and punchy production that is simply stunning.

Moreover, ‘Never Wanna Leave’ is a stand-out song with driving rhythms, excellent instrumentation and a catchy chorus. Finally, ‘If This Is What It Feels Like’ closes the excellent EP and will leave the listener wanting more. It is a stunning release that you do not want to miss!

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Max M says about this brilliant release, “Composed of five different tracks; this EP demonstrates my versatility as a producer while affirming my signature: freshness, dynamism, catchy songs, powerful rhythms, driving melodies with unique vibes and a special attention to detail.”


In addition, Max M has collaborated with American singer Chris Willis on two tracks; ‘I’ll Be Up’ and ‘If This Is What It Feels Like’. Together, the team have created a superb release that shows Max M is a producer at the top of his game going into 2023.

4 Million

Previously Max M has accumulated 4 million global music streams, first prize in international competitions and featured in multiple highly reputable blogs. He is an artist who is continually pushing forward, making exciting and dynamic music that needs to be heard!


So make sure you add ‘Renaissance’ to your new music playlist this week. Max M is an exciting artist, and we can not wait to hear what he will do next.

Until then, ‘Renaissance’ is available to stream from the link below; enjoy today!

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