Maximilian Hoeft - Align
This was my first introduction to the producer Maximilian Hoeft and as soon as I heard his latest track, “Align” I knew I’d want to hear more from the German artist.
The song is minimal in certain regards but in between the textured percussion and hauntingly beautiful pads, there’s a melancholic melody that can be found pulsating it’s way through the song. The amount of details have been poured into this track are admirable because it’s such, a stunning environment. I can see this being one of those summer songs that you throw on in the afternoon and let it stay on repeat as it never grows old.
Melancholia laid bare, stripped back, then dissipating into thin air.
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