"I decided to donate the money I make in June to a cancer research foundation" Maximilian Schmidt
Updated: Feb 13, 2021
Where are you from:
I‘m a German DJ and Producer.
Describe your sound:
My sound is electronic, mixed with influence from few other genres. I like electric vibes and a strong bass, combined with instruments like saxophone.
Tell us about your new project:
My latest track is called ‘Neverland‘ and contains elements from trance and influence from blues.
It has a nice Saxophone playing and an up-lifting structure. The climax is a very beautiful trance drop. Neverland should be a motivating soundtrack. Something you can hear every morning or when you need some energy. And that’s why I decided to donate all the money I make in june to a cancer research foundation. I want to give some hope and energy back!
Who inspires you?
I get inspired by myself and my environment every day. There are a lot of ideas to try in future and I’m looking forward to get opinions on it.
Where do you see your career in 5 years?
Hopefully I am first of all still healthy. Secondly it is hard to say, how the development due to covid-19 will do in future. So it is hard to diagnose what we have in 5 years. However, I will work for my goals every day and keep going! I hope to spread my music too much more people on this planet and have fun making and playing my music. That’s the most important thing for me.
Where can we check out your music?
You can check out my sounds in every major store like Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube and many more. It is the best decision to follow my Instagram (@djmaximilianschmidt) and be the first one to get informed about new projects or get a view into my life.
Tell the people something about yourself that they need to know:
I am a very eager and strong person. Not only with music, but with everything else, I put as much effort as possible in to get the maximum result. So it is my advice to you, no matter how strong or weak, happy or sad you are at the moment: always keep going and never surrender.
Every crisis is a new chance!