Melodic Progressive | ‘Stay Out’ with Max Vangeli & Connor Foley

Posted by on May 2, 2016

NoFace Records, the imprint of Stateside star Max Vangeli, has already made a big impression with previous releases including ‘Shine’ which received a special VIP remix and ‘Blow This Club’, which was also ‘Most Played Newcomer Track’. Now, available from May 2nd, Max Vangeli teams up singer/song-writer Connor Foley for ‘Stay Out’, which features lovely rhythm guitars, progressive chords, soothing strings and Connor’s angelic vocals! This is the sound of the summer! This is ‘Stay Out’. Grab it HERE.

Progressive House | Max Vangeli & Flatdisk To ‘Blow This Club’ Up

Posted by on February 22, 2016

Stateside favourite Max Vangeli and in-demand Italians Flatdisk have previously worked together on a track entitled ‘Skin’ via Sosumi Records. Now, via Max Vangeli’s ‘NoFace Records’ imprint, they have conjured an anthemic follow-up rntitled ‘Blow This Club’. The track is set to be unleased February 22nd and it’s built upon potent kick-drums, a rousing electro-driven melody and a dark groove within the drops too. This track looks set to rule in-time for Miami Music Week!

Progressive House | Max Vangeli is set to ‘Shine’ with launch of NoFace Records

Posted by on January 12, 2016

Moldovan DJ/Producer Max Vangeli has teamed up with Armada Music to launch NoFace Records. For the first release of the label, Max combines his skills with singer-songwriters Francis Marvel and Kacie Marie to conjure ‘Shine’ which is available from the 11th of January. The track brings a multitude of sweet vibes and rhythms to the table, twisting and turning to come out on top as a Progressive whirlwind full of emotions. As the start of something inexplicably good, this is ‘Shine’.


Progressive House | Max Vangeli & Flatdisk Get Funky On ‘Skin’ For Kryder’s Sosumi Records

Posted by on March 27, 2015


Kryder’s Sosumi Records presents a fresh new cut from Max Vangeli & Flatdisk. The tune has a bit of funk, a bit of grit and a classic, soulful female vocal sample to bring the whole thing together that sets this one apart from the other tracks by these two. It’s free, just as every track on Sosumi is, so grab it below.

House | Max Vangeli – Last Night Changed It All

Posted by on March 17, 2014

I hope you guys are ready for a monster, cause Max Vangeli just unleashed the force with his tune “Last Night Changed It All,” complete with a video treatment released exclusively on Billboard today. If you’ve been wondering what Steve Angello, 1/3 of Swedish House Mafia, has been up to, you now know, he’s been developing his roster of artists at Size Records. This is a must listen!

Albums, Progressive House | AN21 & Max Vangeli – People Of The Night (Album Review)

Posted by on September 10, 2012

AN21 & Max Vangeli released their long awaited artist album “People Of The Night” this week after months of delays and teasers of tracks on the album to some mixed reviews. AN21 & Max Vangeli themselves have put out some very successful singles and blossomed into world renowned DJs in their own right, but the next step of an artist album was something they still had to accomplish. This album takes steps, but does not take the leap that we had hoped for from these two talented DJs. The listener is finishes the album not totally satisfied and left wanting a bit more. We have to wonder what were some of the other tracks that did not make the cut for the album and maybe the selection was not the best.

That is not to say that this is a bad artist album by any stretch of the imagination. The first time through you may feel that their were only a few tracks that stuck out to you and the rest were generic fillers. While there are a few tracks that do sound a bit generic, on further examination of this album, you begin to like this 15 track album a bit more. Read on to dive in to the rest of the album.


Progressive House | AN21 & Max Vangeli ft. Julie Mcknight – Bombs Over Capitals

Posted by on September 1, 2012

With their long awaited and constantly delayed album set to release in a mere 2 days, AN21 & Max Vangeli have released the 3rd single off of “People Of The Night” as a follow up to “H8ers” with Steve Angello and the title track, “People Of The Night” with Tiesto. While hardcore fans of their will lament that their sound has become a bit more commercial with their latest songs and left the sound of tracks like “Gama”, this big room track has some heat behind it. Julie Mcknight’s vocals are stunning, combined with festival made melody and varied bass line, this one will be a heavy hitter in AN21 & Max Vangeli’s discography for quite some time.

Beatport: AN21 & Max Vangeli ft. Julie Mcknight – Bombs Over Capitals