Since 2008, he has collected prestigious residencies in Brussels and Paris (Nouveau Casino, Social Club, Fuse, Mirano Continental, K-Nal, Lowup parties,…) and shared the decks with some major players of today's electronic and global bass music in Europe, Africa and North America (Diplo, Buraka Som Sistema, Steve Aoki, Toddla T, Daniel Haaksman, Djedjotronic, Noisia and Schlachthofbronx, to name a few).

Within a few years, Max le Daron has managed to establish his reputation and can now pride himself on being supported by the godfathers of the scene: Diplo, Toy Selectah, Daniel Haaksman, Toddla T and Dave Nada. Not only has he already released more than 50 tunes (remixes and original tracks) on various music labels (Man Recordings (DE), ZZK records (AR), Booty Call Records (FR), Akwaaba Music (GH), Freshmore (US), Pelican Fly (BE), Lowup Records (BE),...) but he’s also had the chance to be featured in some prominent media like Mad Decent blog, BBC One, The FADER or OkayAfrica.

 

 Besides, he’s been running his own imprint since 2012 along with DJ Mellow and Mr Orange: Lowup Records. Praised for their crazy parties of dangerous nightclubbing, they host a weekly radio show on BRUZZ.

Following his interest in modern African music, Max le Daron has recently travelled to Accra, Ghana, to record a sound bank for Ghanaian Azonto Producers called « The Roots Of Azonto », in collaboration with the mastermind behind Akwaaba Music: Benjamin Lebrave (BBrave). He’s also had the opportunity to give them a production masterclass and the results of these journeys are about to be published very soon. Max is now finishing his first album, Unless Tomorrow, recorded in Ghana with the participation of Joey le Soldat, Gan Gah, Bryte, Stevo Atambire, FOKN Bois, Azizaa and many more.