What sets Maurizzle apart is his refusal to conform to a one-size-fits-all approach in his music. Each of his tracks possesses a unique character and influence, making every release an exploration of fresh sonic territory. This individuality is the secret recipe that elevates his latest EP, ‘Vice City’, to extraordinary heights.
‘Vice City’ is a sonic time machine, that transports listeners back to the vibrant and nostalgic atmosphere of the 1980s.
The EP’s second track, ‘Waste Of Time’, created in collaboration with Justin Hoffman and Jimmy Danger, evokes a poignant and orchestral ambience, inviting contemplation and emotional connection.
Finally, the EP is brought to a crescendo with ‘Phonk’, a dynamic collaboration with Obbley that serves as an electrifying jump-up banger, tailor-made for the energetic atmosphere of the rave scene.
With his diverse and innovative approach to music, Maurizzle ensures that each of his tracks is a distinct and immersive experience, painting a vivid sonic landscape for his listeners. This commitment to originality and the seamless blend of contrasting styles in ‘Vice City’ reaffirms Maurizzle’s status as a captivating and boundary-pushing artist in the electronic music scene.
Maurizzle, a 26-year-old music producer hailing from Northern Germany, embarked on his musical journey in 2014. His inspiration came from his initial experiences attending raves, where the pulsating beats and electrifying atmosphere ignited a passion within him. It was here that he realized his true calling: to be the creator of the music that moved the crowd.
Over the past nine years, Maurizzle has sculpted his career into an impressive tapestry of sound. His evolution as an artist has led him to produce tracks featured on various labels, showcasing a distinctive style characterized by infectious melodies and gritty synths. Maurizzle’s music is a fusion of influences drawn from a wide spectrum of genres and eras, including jazz, hip-hop, techno, and more.
Today we premiere ‘Vice City’ which you can check out below. The EP dropped via Vibe Chemistry’s label Make Your Era on Friday 3rd November, you can grab a copy here!