Max Vangeli

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Max Vangeli
Max Vangeli in New York, 2014
Max Vangeli in New York, 2014
Background information
Birth nameMaksim Vangeli
Born (1985-08-04) 4 August 1985 (age 36)
Căușeni, Moldavian SSR
OriginSan Francisco, California, United States
GenresHouse, electro house, tech house
Occupation(s)DJ, record producer
Instrumentsmusic sequencer, personal computer, synthesizers, piano
Years active2008-present
LabelsSize Records, NoFace Records, Armada Music
Associated actsSteve Angello, AN21
Websitewww.maxvangeli.com

Maksim "Max" Vangeli (born 4 August 1985) is a Moldovan DJ and record producer based in San Francisco, United States.[1]

Vangeli is best known for his house music productions and collaboration with Swedish DJ and record producer Antoine Josefsson, better known as AN21. The duo is popularly known as AN21 and Max Vangeli.[2][3]

Biography[edit]

Max Vangeli was born on 4 August 1985, and raised in Moldova[4] until in his teens when he moved to the United States.[5] On regular trips back to Europe he was introduced to house music. He began his career as a DJ at the University of California in Santa Barbara. To reach the larger audience and execute his musical ambitions, he eventually relocated to San Francisco.

Musical career[edit]

2008–2011: Career beginnings and early success[edit]

In 2008, Max Vangeli released his debut EP entitled Crazed EP via Rising Trax.[6] In 2009, Vangeli released the singles, "Aqua Kai,"[7] "Exit",[8] "Fender Bender,"[9] and "Your Love",[10] which featured Digital Lab and Simone Denny. On 9 December, Max Vangeli made his debut on Steve Angello's record label, Size Records, alongside Swedish DJ, AN21 with the single, "Gama".[11]

In 2010, Max Vangeli released his second collaboration with AN21 entitled "Swedish Beauty", via Refune Music.[12][13][14] The song was named an "Essential New Tune" by Pete Tong of BBC Radio 1.[citation needed] Soon after, Max Vangeli and AN21 collaborated again for the release of their remix of Ellie Goulding's single, "Starry Eyed." The remix was released as a free download on 23 March.[15] On 14 June, Max Vangeli released the single, "Look Into Your Heart", via the record label, U-BOOT.[16][17] Two days later, on 16 June, Vangeli released his collaboration with Max C entitled, "Let It Rain", via PBR Recordings.[18] Alongside Steve Angello and AN21, Vangeli remixed "The Island" for the Australian band Pendulum.[19] The record was dubbed the 'hottest track in the world' on the radio program of Zane Lowe for BBC Radio 1, and reached Number 3 in the global sales Beatport chart, once released in November.[20] During the year, Vangeli performed at international festivals including Creamfields in the UK and Mysteryland in Amsterdam; as well as mega-clubs such as Cocoon in Frankfurt, Avalon in Los Angeles and Mansion in Miami, Florida. Later that year, he was named as one of the DJ Mag’s "Top 5 DJs to watch in 2011".[4]

In 2011, Max Vangeli was named as MTV's, "destined to be one of the most promising artists of the year 2011 ".[4][21] On 15 February, Vangeli and AN21's remix of "Starry Eyed" was officially released and featured on the official remix EP of the following track.[22] Throughout the year, Vangeli focused on live endeavours and marked frequent slots at Pacha Ibiza for the Masquerade Motel alongside Swedish supergroup Swedish House Mafia, as well as spots at Sensation White.[citation needed]

2012–2015: Career with AN21, Size Records and other projects[edit]

In 2012, Max Vangeli released his debut studio album with AN21, entitled, "People Of the Night,"[23] which was made available via all platforms by Size Records on 4 September.[24] The album featured a series of collaborations, those of which included the DJs: Congorock, Kim Fai, Michael Woods, Moguai, Steve Angello and Tiësto; and the vocalists: Bnann, Example, Julie McKnight, Rudy and Sadapa. The album was also home to the singles: "H8RS," (with Steve Angello),[25][26] "Bombs Over Capitals," featuring Julie McKnight,[27][28] "Lost," with Congorock,[29] "Glow," featuring Bnann and the album's title track with Tiësto.[30] Most of Vangeli's tours that year were with his partner AN21[31] Steve Angello.[32] In 2013, Max Vangeli launched a weekly podcast and radio show called, "CODE RADIO", which is syndicated in 35 countries.[citation needed]

In 2014, Vangeli collaborated with his childhood friend Danny Ray to release the single "Grim" on Size Records.[33] Later on, Vangeli released a vocal record called, "Last Night Changed It All," also through Size Records on 31 March.[34][35] it charted in the Top 25 of the iTunes dance chart.[36] On 9 July, Vangeli released his second collaborative effort with Danny Ray titled, "Bang the Drums," via Size Records as a free download.[37][38] On 27 October, Vangeli released his track with Adrien Mezsi called, "DNCE," exclusively via Spotify.[39] The track was released by Size Records. On 1 December, Vangeli and AN21 collaborated once again for the release of the vocal single, "Tonight,"[40] via Size Records.[41][42] Corey James and Will K released a remix of the following track as a free download via Size Records later on.[43]

In January 2015, Max Vangeli announced on Facebook that he planned to start his own music label.[citation needed] He then released the vocal single, "You And Me," via Size Records on 25 January.[44][45] Soon after, Max Vangeli released the single, "Skin,"[46] with Flatdisk via Sosumi Records, being the first release by Vangeli to not be with Size Records since 2012.[47] On 29 October, Vangeli released the song, "Say My Name," as a free download exclusively through his SoundCloud account.[48][49]

2016–present: New music and NoFace Records[edit]

In January 2016, Max Vangeli collaborated with Armada Music and launched the anticipated record label, NoFace Records.[50] On 11 January, he released the label's first single,[51] "Shine,"[52] featuring Frances Marvel and Kacie Marie.[53][54][55] On 22 February, Max Vangeli released NoFace Records' second track,[56] "Blow This Club,"[57][58] in collaboration with Flatdisk.[59][60] On 2 May, Vangeli released his third single with NoFace Records[61] titled, "Stay Out,"[62] featuring Connor Foley.[63][64] On 2 June, Max Vangeli released the single, "Get High" as a free download[65] via his record label, NoFace Records.[66] He then released the single, "Feel the Music" with De KiBo on 1 August, also via NoFace Records.[67][68][69] On 19 September, Vangeli released the single, "Why Do I,"[70] featuring Mackenzie Thoms,[71] via NoFace Records.[72][73]

NoFace Records[edit]

In January 2016, Max Vangeli collaborated with Armada Music and launched the anticipated record label, NoFace Records. The official podcast and radio show for the record label was launched subsequently.[74] Since then, eleven episodes have been released.[75]

On September 9, 2019, Vangeli rebooted his label "NoFace Records" and released his new single Golden Rings,[76] featuring Sergio Echenique & Snenie.

On July 24, 2019, Vangeli signed Mawsua to NoFace Records and "Rapt",[77] was released in September 20, 2019 through the label.[78] The label then released a promotional video welcoming the new artist.[79][80]

Singles[edit]

Title Artist(s) Date Catalogue
"Shine" Max Vangeli (featuring Frances Marvel and Kacie Marie) 11 January 2016 NFR001[81]
"Blow This Club" Max Vangeli and Flatdisk 22 February 2016 NFR002[82]
"Shine" (Max Vangeli VIP Mix) Max Vangeli (featuring Francis Marvel and Kacie Marie) 14 March 2016 NFR001V[83]
"Stay Out" Max Vangeli (featuring Connor Foley) 2 May 2016 NFR003[84]
"Get High" Max Vangeli 2 June 2016 none
"Feel the Music" Max Vangeli and De KiBo 1 August 2016 NFR005[85]
"Set the World (On the Fire)" Flatdisk (featuring Bitter's Kiss) 22 August 2016 NFR004[86]
"Why Do I" Max Vangeli (featuring Mackenzie Thoms) 19 September 2016 NFR006[87]
"Just Freakin" Max Vangeli 28 September 2018 NFR019[88]
"4EVER" Max Vangeli (featuring Blender) 8 March 2018 NFR021S [89]
"I Don't Wanna Say Goodbye" Max Vangeli 26 July 2018 NFR020DJ [90]
"Golden Rings featuring Sergio Echenique & Snenie" Max Vangeli (featuring Sergio Echenique & Snenie) 6 September 2019 NFR022 [91]
"Rapt" Mawsua 20 September 2019 NFR023 [92]
"Don't Worry About Me" Chris Burke 20 May 2021 NFR252[93]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Title[94] Year Album
"iRock"
(with Digital Lab)
2008 Crazed EP
"KEJI"
(with Digital Lab)
"Crazed"
(with Digital Lab)
"Aqua Kai"
(with Digital Lab)
2009 Non-album singles
"Exit"
(with Sonic C and Digital Lab)
"Fender Bender"
(with Stonebridge)
"Your Love"
(with Digital Lab featuring Simone Denny)
"Swedish Beauty"
(with AN21)
2010
"Gama" (with AN21)
"Look Into Your Heart"
(featuring Max C)
"Let It Rain"
(featuring Simone Denny)
"Diamond Life"
(featuring Julie Mcknight)
"Bombs Over Capitals"
(with AN21 featuring Julie McKnight)
2012 People of the Night
"Glow"
(with AN21 featuring Bnann)
"H8rs"[95]
(with AN21 vs. Steve Angello)
"Lost"
(with AN21 and Congorock)
"People of the Night"
(with AN21 vs. Tiësto featuring Lover Lover)
"Grim"
(with Danny Ray)
2014 Non-album singles
"Last Night Changed It All"
"Bang the Drums"
(with Danny Ray)
"DNCE"
(with Adrien Mezsi)
"Tonight"
(with AN21)
"You & Me" 2015
"Skin" (with Flatdisk)
"Say My Name"[96]
"Shine"
(featuring Francis Marvel and Kacie Marie)
2016
"Blow This Club"
(with Flatdisk)
"Stay Out"
(featuring Connor Foley)
"Get High"
"Feel the Music"
(with De KiBo)
"Why Do I"
(featuring Mackenzie Thoms)
"Top Of My Lungs"
(with Databoy)
2017
"Save Myself"
(featuring Adrian Delgado)
"Roads" Roads EP
"Sonar"
"Game Changer"
"Heavy Love"
(with Andrew Rayel featuring Kye Sones)
Moments
"Made For Lovin' You"
(featuring Danny Ray)
Non-album singles
"Ground Shake"[97]
(with Drop Department)
2018
"Booty Shake"[98]
(with Timmy Trumpet)
"Just Freakin"[99]
"I Don't Wanna Say Goodbye"[100] 2019
"Golden Rings"[101]
(featuring Sergio Echenique and Snenie)
"What's Love Got to Do With It"[102]
(featuring Agatha)

Remixes and mashups[edit]

With AN21[edit]

Year Title Artist(s)
2009 "Monday"[103] Steve Angello
2010 "Starry Eyed"[104] Ellie Goulding
"Always"[105][106] Switchfoot
"The Island"
(Steve Angello, AN21 and Max Vangeli Remix)[107]
Pendulum
"Nothing Better"[108] Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick
"On Melancholy Hill"[109] Gorillaz
"Smack My Bit** Up 2010"[110] The Prodigy
"That Sound"[111] Jus Jack
2011 "Save the World"[112] Swedish House Mafia (featuring John Martin)
2013 "Glow"
(AN21 and Max Vangeli and Promise Land Remix)[113]
AN21 and Max Vangeli (featuring Bnann)

As a solo artist[edit]

Year Title Artist(s)
2008 "Whop"
(Max Vangeli and Digital Lab Remix)[114]
Mark Trophy
2009 "Move For Me"
(Max Vangeli, Digital Lab and Sonic C Vocal Mix)[115]
Kaskade and deadmau5
"Finally Found"[116] Late Night Alumni
2010 "One Beat Away"[117] Cicada
2016 "Shine"
(Max Vangeli VIP Mix)[118][119]
Max Vangeli (featuring Francis Marvel and Kacie Marie)
"Feel the Music"
(Max Vangeli PB&J Edit)[120]
Max Vangeli and De Kibo

Mashups[edit]

Year Title Artist(s)
2016 "No Money to Get High"[120] Galantis vs. Max Vangeli
"Light It Up Intoxicated"[120] Major Lazer featuring Nyla and Fuse ODG vs. Martin Solveig and GTA
"Fugees Blow This Club"[120] ID vs. Max Vangeli and Flatdisk

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