Max Styler rides an eternal heatwave of delight on Dim Mak single “Feel It.” Styler utilizes deep bass tones, expressive vocoded vocals and anthemic turns to create an undeniable house burner. In the latest move of his rapidly evolving music career, Styler has taken a fresh approach towards his solo tracks in 2018.
Moving away from the moody, glitchy future bass sounds of his 2017 output, Styler has now embraced a bright and vivid take on 4/4 house music. Styler kicked off the year with “All You Love,” a vocal house record that acted as a declaration of this new direction. The current single “Feel It” now solidifies this mission statement and signifies Styler’s transition from teenage musical whiz kid to seasoned producer.
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