Max Green And Kislaw Releases New Track ‘Moving slow’

The songwriter Max Green crafts lyrical melodic heartfelt songs over a lush array of productions. His solo endeavor is collaborative in nature as his works have spread globally through toplines made with producers all over the world including this year’s releases with labels Ultra, Sidekick, & Armada. Green’s lyricism touches on topics of existentialism, self-identity, romance, and heartbreak, written over the works of creatives ranging from Indie, to Dance, & LoFi Hip Hop.

The French Producer Kislaw, born to a family of African descent, and rocked from birth by African Music. From the age of 9, after seeing his father mixing, he became interested in DJ-ing and started producing music at the age of 14 after discovering electronic music on the internet. His music is influenced by Hip-Hop, House, RnB, pop as well as EDM, which results in his signature blend of these influences.

Max Green & Kislaw, once again have brought us a song that gets you in the groove at the very first beat. Supported by Pretty Little Things, Grimy Goods, Riptide Mag, KODD, Iggy Mag, Stereofox, The Music Essentials, Groove Cartel, StGA, Our Culture Mag, and many more, these two individuals have truly begun making a name for themselves in the French scene, LA scene, and beyond. The song is a perfect representation of one of those upbeat, seemingly feel good songs that ends up having an underlying melancholic message. Max himself notes that the song contains hints of needing something to help maintain control and sanity in those moments of lust and love.

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Listen to 'Moving Slow':

About this song, Max Green and Kislaw says: 

Moving Slow’ was written at a peculiarly fun time in my life. Kislaw had heard some of my music and reached out to me with this absolute bop of a track. I ended up writing a really fun song with it and we ended up linking in summer 2022 when Kislaw was visiting LA. The song is about the process of falling in love and of needing something in the throes of trying to maintain control of your life and sanity.’ – Max Green

In the track, during the second part of the drop, you can  hear a random vocal in the background! It was actually an error during the recording when Max Green was speaking, but in the end we decided to keep it because it actually sounds really nice!’ – Kislaw

 

‘Moving Slow’ is available everywhere! 

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