Maya Mayhem threw seminal parties in the 90’s In the Bay Oakland and California areas, swiftly
followed by sun drenched parties in Playa Del Carmen, Barcelona and Ibiza, where Maya picked up
on dance floor mechanics and honed in on her style of production.
‘In 2009, a tragic accident took Maya’s life. But, as this release attests, it could not silence her soul’
These tracks, born of her renaissance, are now proudly presented by Black Nation Records.
Showcasing Maya’s analogue sound, full of vivacious depths and warmth.
The release opens with ‘Rebirth’, an up-tempo Techno cut, driven by weighty drums, pulsating low-
end tones and bubbling percussion. Flourishing dynamics create an ever-evolving feel as
programmed structural changes and subtle nuances result in a stimulating record.
Closing the release is ‘Moonlight City’, a dark, pacey track, employing rolling drums, tension-building
synth sweeps and an expansive atmosphere achieved through cavernous reverbs. This is once again
high-energy electronic music designed for the dance floor.
Chris Duckenfield (Swag) - Sticky! I sincerely hope this is the Kalamazoo imprint I so fondly remember? Deadly
Anil Chawla (Saved) - Quite liking Moonlight City.
Mike Hulme (Lot49 / U&A) - Solid, trippy techno. Thanks for sending.
Colin McBean (Mr G) - nasty groove............
Ben Sims - Feeling 'rebirth', i'll give it a blast. RIP
Josh Wink (Official Page) (Ovum) - Rebirth is the hypnotic one for me here.
Dicken Lean (Confetti Bomb/OCH (Autoreply, PAL SL) - Many thanks for this - I'm loving Rebirth for those big room moments. Great stuff. OCH.
Paul Boex (Dynamic Reflection) - Cool stuff, will test m out!
Kirk Degiorgio - love Rebirth!
Danny Howells (Dig Deeper) - Super trippy after-hours deliciousness .. fabulous stuff.
Carlo Lio (Rawthentic Music) - cool release