The Future Times boss unveils a twisted new track.
Max D is behind some of the most singular house records of recent years, refining his groggy, sun-dappled approach to the ‘floor on 2013’s excellent House of Woo (as Maxmillion Dunbar) and this year teaming up with Baltimore sampler Co La for a freaky album on PAN.
In February he’ll be sticking with the more concise Max D moniker for his third solo full-length, titled Boost, which he describes as “seven songs acting on instinct”. Mixed in Amsterdam with Jordan Czamanski, one half of Juju & Jordash, the album is due out in February on vinyl and digital, led by the decidedly wonky ‘Rhythm Automator’, which you can stream below.
A3. A Billion Drops In Space
A4. Inspo (Ambient Mix)
B1. Rhythm Automator
B3. Wave & Particle