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We hand you over to the man himself – Maxmillion Dunbar.
“I used to live in the woods. When it would snow there would be huge 4-foot drifts, and my brother and I would cannonball into them from the roof of our house, which was actually the side of a hill. My dad built the house, which is a part of my face in the cover art of the LP.” “Now I live in the city and play in clubs. When I take the bass out and throw it back in I want you to feel it. Maxmillion tracks are my solo flight from the other music I make, as a co-producer in Beautiful Swimmers and as an MC in Food For Animals.
I started Future Times, my label, a few years ago because my friends and I had more tracks than we could keep to ourselves. I love for my music to bang in big speakers but I have equal love and happiness for their role as landmarks in a personal, tropical world of my own.” “Cool Water is a straight up trip through me. “Pretty Please” is on some boogie party fly shit, and the rest of the tracks sort of travel down from there like some DNA, just unraveling all the zones that I go into; “Sno Mega” is for rollerskates, “Way Down” is an earth tone blast, “Girls Dream” is slow ocean disco, “Rhythm track For Rashied Ali” is a house slam in honor of the illest drummer ever, “Lemon & Lime” is what happened when I got really into this one Polygon Window song this year. “Original Soundtrack Flutes” is my New Age anthem. And “Breathe What U Say” lays it all out at the end like some Brian Eno + Cluster meets T-Pain vibe – just layers and layers of me breathing into a vocoder, dripping away.”
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