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Max Graham Launches Cycles Label with New Release ‘Redemption’

 Today marks the start of a new era for DJ & producer Max Graham as he launches his new record label Cycles with its first release coming from the label head himself titled ‘Redemption’.

Marrying his love for techno’s sexy groove with trance’s emotion, ‘Redemption’ has already had repeated plays from none other than Danny Tenaglia himself. On the remix duties is rising Canadian star Tim Penner who gives the track a lovely chuggy linear feel but opens the skies up with the incredible breakdown.

Like its successful namesake Cycles Radio, Cycles the record label will encompass a much broader sound with a wide variety of true Progressive House and Techno with melodic influences – almost a return to the days when Trance had an underground groove and genres were not as defined as they are today.

“I’m very excited to showcase so much more amazing music from guys like Solid Stone (whose sound has evolved considerably since the earlier Rebrand days) and the incredibly talented Tim Penner, as well as many others already lined up for releases.” Max Graham stated in a press release.

Along with the label, Max is planning “CyclesLive” events which will be designed to celebrate the talent the show has to offer. He’s very excited to move forward with this new phase and bring everything under the one banner of Cycles.

Pick up the Original Mix and Tim Penner Remix of ‘Redemption’ now on Beatport, and keep an eye out for additional remixes from Solid Stone and Alex Di Stefano out soon!

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