The Significance of Dim Mak Records in Max Styler’s Early Career
Sep 8, 2023
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Seasoned house producer Max Styler has stepped up to perform on the stages of Tomorrowland, Electric Zoo, Coachella, Space Ibiza, and beyond. In 2019, Styler’s single "Let Me Take You There" took dance radio charts by storm, skyrocketing to the #1 most-played record on Sirius XM’s Diplo’s Revolution for two consecutive weeks. He was also featured as the cover star of Spotify’s wildly popular ‘Dance Rising’ playlist in August 2019.
Styler signed with Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records when he was just 18 years old. Aoki served as a huge inspiration for Styler, and the two were often seen alongside each other on various line-ups. Early on in his career, Styler chose to give a nod to the help and support of the Dim Mak family by getting the label’s logo tattooed on his arm.
“I got the tattoo because Dim Mak believed in me when I was just 18,” Styler says in an interview with EDM Identity. “They decided to sign me and for that reason, I thought it was a good time to get my first tattoo of my first record label.”