Following two successful EPs finally comes the long awaited release ofStereoclip’s first album. Since his first EP, “It’s About the Time” released on Délicieuse Records, media outlets across Europe haven’t been shy to show their support.
Following several features on top chart compilations released by French heavy weights like Wagram and Universal, Max came into high demand and was soon sent to tour through France and Belgium to showcase his music.
Getting back from this first experience, and following a self released second EP, Max decided to take his music in another direction while focusing on variating his instrumentals and at a set harmony.
Many of his musician friends contributed to “Hometown”, infusing diverse influences from D&B to deep Berlin electronic music, as well as pop and rock n’ roll samples. For such an eclectic mix the result was surprisingly refreshing. Due to such an immaculate execution did the fusion of sounds mesh organically.
What brings a mere coherence to his past discography and recent album is Stereoclip’s noticeable hunt for new soundscapes. He bridges the gap between unique concepts and varying instrumentals to create a solid and underlying sound identity.
There is also a great remix of the track ‘Lost in Brussels’ by the French producer N’TO who revisits the title in his way adding his unique signature. You enter a cocoon and flies away quickly on these melodies and licked beat.
We would like to thank all the persons who participated directly or indirectly in the realization of the album, a thought for Arnaud, Tom, Josephine Philip and especially congratulate Max.