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A guitarist by trade, Los Angeles producer maw reemerged in the music scene as a multi-genre producer for artists. He’s dabbled in the pulsating sounds of EDM, head-bobbing Hip-hop / alt-R&B to progressive Rock and Pop. His sound encapsulates a mosaic of influence, taste and artistic journey. He has also taken time to rework Billboard Top 40 songs like Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” And Selena Gomez’s “Wolves”.  

 “My goal is create something out of nothing; to leave a tangible thing behind that did not exist moments before, something which preserves raw emotions that would otherwise be lost.”

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A few days ago, maw released his energizing remix of R&B crooner Bazzi’s viral single “Mine”.

The sinuous confessional track reemerges as a bouncy adoration. Rolling riffs create a sense of immediacy and tension for Bazzi to profess withheld proclamations. The Michigan based singer’s vocals are more emphasized to make listeners feel present. Overall, it’s a nice take on a breakthrough single.

 

In due time, Maw will be relasing an E.P. later this year featuring collaborations with singer/songwriters from France, England and Spain. But soon enough, listeners will be able to see a DJ set of personal sounds from maw himself. 

For updates, follow maw @thisismaw on social media.

 

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