Max Aristid Music Player
Monday, February 23, 2015
The official Beatport version "Chromed Molecules" featuring female vocals by "Pixie". There is an artist bootleg version out there featuring vocals from 90's classic acid track "Turkish Bazar" by Emmanuel Top (original sample by Jim Morrison & The Doors). Watch out!
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Emmanuel Top's "Turkish Bazar" known as an acid techno classic of the 90's got a new facelift by Max Aristid. The Max Aristid bootleg includes the original vocal sample by Jim Morrison & The Doors (An American Prayer). The official Beatport version is called "Chromed Molecules" featuring female vocals by "Pixie". (Release 20.2.15)
The vocal sample "Black Polished Chrome" is interpreted in an artistic way by means of clear bell atmo (Korg Wavestation) and metallic Roland TR-808 HiHats. The acid bassline is a unique version inspired by the original track. Heavy sub-bass compression is achieved by legendary Universal Audio hardware compressor "1176" in crunchy "All Button Modus"… Take a journey into acid.
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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Referring to classic dance tunes of the nineties like 'James Brown Is Dead' by L.A. Style, 'Who is Elvis' by Interactive or 'Who killed J.F.K.' by Beestery, Max Aristid releases a new 'Big Bass' production with a contemporary vocal phrase: Where is Edward S.? Where is Eddy?
Friday, November 22, 2013
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Max Aristid – Hip House Berlin »Old School New School Rocks«
Max Aristid's new single »Hip House Berlin« resurrects nostalgic old school sounds in a new school finish. 90's Rave citations and Hip Hop influences that inform Aristid's Hip House make for the funky party sound for today's »Hip Heads«.