Max Graham

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Max Graham
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Max Graham
Background information
Birth name Max Graham
Also known as Shelter
Born (1971-04-17) April 17, 1971 (age 44)
London, England
Origin Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Genres Electronica, house, alternative dance, progressive house
Occupation(s) Disc jockey, Record producer, Remixer
Instruments Piano, Turntable
Years active 1984–1985 (turntablist) 1993–Present (DJ) 2000–Present (Producer)
Labels Re*brand Records

Max Graham (/ˈɡr.əm/;[1] born April 17, 1971) is a Canadian DJ, composer and producer of dance music. He is most famous for his Cycles CD Series/Radio show as well as his remix of the classic song “Owner of a Lonely Heart” by Yes in 2005. Graham can be found touring the world on a regular basis.

Biography[edit]

Graham was born in London, England and lived in Spain, New York City and Los Angeles before settling in Ottawa in 1989. At age 15 in 1986, he began as a hip-hop and scratch DJ before discovering and falling in love with the Dance music scene between 1992 and 1994. Graham was nominated for a Juno Award in 2001 for his track Airtight.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Mix Compilations[edit]

  • 1996: A Delicate Sound of Many - Unknown
  • 2000: Cream CD2 - Yul Records
  • 2001: Transport 4 - Kinetic Records
  • 2004: Shine - System Recordings
  • 2005: Mixmag Live - DMC
  • 2007: Bal En Blanc - Bal En Blanc
  • 2008: Re*Brand, The Story so Far - Armada Music
  • 2008: Max Graham Presents Cycles - Armada Music
  • 2010: Max Graham Presents Cycles2 - Armada Music
  • 2011: Max Graham Presents Cycles3 - Armada Music
  • 2013: Max Graham Presents Cycles4 - Armada Music
  • 2014: Max Graham Presents Cycles5 - Armada Music
  • 2015: Cycles6 Mixed by Max Graham - Armada Music

Artist Albums[edit]

Remixes[edit]

  • 2000: Bullitt - Cried to Dream - Virgin Music
  • 2000: Starecase - Lost 22 - Hope Recordings
  • 2000: Subgod - Velodrome TV - Polyester
  • 2000: Vicious Cycles - Vicious Cycles - Platipus Records
  • 2001: Uberzone - Bounce - Astralwerks
  • 2001: Conjure One - Redemption - Nettwerk
  • 2001: globe - Can't Stop Fallin' In Love - Avex Trax
  • 2002: Conjure One - Sleep - Nettwerk
  • 2002: Cultivate - Broken Pieces - Lost Language
  • 2002: Barakka - Song to the Siren - Lost Language
  • 2003: Strawberry Fields - Release Records
  • 2004: Madoka[disambiguation needed] - Afterburner - Private Reality
  • 2004: Jase From Outta Space - Do What You Want - Shine Music
  • 2004: Tilt - Twelve - Lost Language
  • 2004: DT8 Project - Winter - Data Records
  • 2005: Sam Perez - Across the Ocean - Yoshitoshi
  • 2005: Leah - Contact High - Wooden Records
  • 2006: Filterheadz - Endless Summer - Love Distortion
  • 2007: Purple Code - The Rising - Re*Brand Records
  • 2008: Marcus Schossow - Swedish Beatballs - Coldharbour
  • 2008: Jerome Isma - Vila Nova - Electric
  • 2010: tyDi Feat. Tanya Zygar - Half Light - AVA Recordings
  • 2010: Filo & Peri ft. Audrey Gallagher - This Night - VANDIT
  • 2011: Grace - Not Over Yet w/ Protoculture - Perfecto
  • 2011: Protoculture - Topaz - Re*Brand Records w/ Armada Music
  • 2012: Solarstone & Scott Bond - 3rd Earth - Captivating Sounds w/ Armada Music
  • 2013: Gabriel & Dresden ft. Neil Ormandy - Tomorrow Comes w/ Protoculture - Organized Nature w/ Armada Music

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wells, John C. (2008), Longman Pronunciation Dictionary (3rd ed.), Longman, p. 350, ISBN 9781405881180 

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