Rubicon 7 – Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock
Bodybangers – Pump Up the Jam
DJ Fresh vs Jay Fay ft Ms Dynamite – Dibby Dibby Sound (Partysquad)
Boyan & Boyer – Lets Get Ugly
Whyel & Reid Stefan – Roll the Drum
Vato Gonzalez – Triplet Riddim
Zombie Nation – Kernkraft 400 (Sted-E & Hybrid Heights BLTG Remix)
Vandroo & Luca – Lethal Artillery
Borgeous – Invincible
Alex Berti, Deviz Bang & Ed Shock – Earthquake
Arno Cost & Greg Cerrone – Nightventure
Kerry Leva – Proud
Fischer & Miethig – Touched By Bermuda (Beachclicker Sunrise)
Hazem Beltagui – Aurora
(Picture of Vato Gonzalez taken at ADE 2013)
Notable Dance Podcast #042
Max Graham is quite the maverick, letting his tastes in music dictate what he plays and produces rather than being tied to any one specific subgenre. Even his record label Re*Brand is named for the way he reinvents himself over the years. With a loyal following and a popular weekly radio show, Cycles (which often trends on Twitter), Max Graham is busy in the studio working on his upcoming artist album due for release in 2013. I caught up with Max backstage at the Armada showcase during the Amsterdam Dance Event to find out more about his varied music career.
RS: Max, are you singed to Armada right now?
Max Graham: In 2008, I combined my own label ReBrand with one of Armada’s labels. Technically, I am signed to Armada, but through my own label because I only release on Re*Brand Records.
RS: Does the name Re*Brand have anything to do with how you have changed your sound over the years?
Max Graham: Actually in 2007, I was talking about rebranding myself and at the same time trying to figure out a name for the label. One of my friends, Alex K, who owns a club in Montreal called New City Gas, said to me “call it rebrand, it is something that you keep running into whether you are trying to rebrand yourself or not, it is kind of a word that fits you.” From there I had a good friend in Ottawa design the logo and he came up with the red star above the “re,” separating the two words so it fit perfectly. All of this happened over the course of 10 days, so I went from having nothing to having a label with a beautiful logo, it all came together and I was super happy.
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