RE:SET PRESENTS RESIDENT DJ MARK INGRAM WITH SPECIAL GUEST MAXWELL DUB!!!
Born and raised in Boston, Max fell madly in love with electronic music while working as an intern at Satellite Records. Digging through crates and DJ'ing came naturally and soon enough he was promoting for the now defunct Avalon Boston. Determined to figure out the production game, he moved to Chicago after high school to get a degree in audio engineering at Columbia College. It was here that he grew to appreciate the roots of dance music through underground parties and frequent trips to Detroit. After college, Max founded Deliverance Mastering to bring high quality analog mastering to independent electronic musicians and producers. His mastering work has been featured on BBC Radio 1, Fox News, and has been played in clubs the world over. In 2010 Max moved to San Francisco, where he now works as a DJ and freelance sound engineer at some of the city's best night clubs, such as Ruby Skye, Temple, and 222 Hyde. Expect an eclectic mix of deep funk and spacey grooves that will keep your planted on the dancefloor!
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Heavily influenced by the thriving music scene in Glasgow Scotland, Mark developed an interest in electronic music from a young age. Being too young to participate in the rave scene during the nineties he was forced to enjoy whatever mix-tapes or pirate radio broadcasts he could and through those mediums he found a love for techno and house. As he grew so his desire to immerse himself in the dance culture, and he found himself regularly attending house and techno parties across the city, in particular the legendary Subclub or “Subby” as locals call it. Relocating to Boston to study communication at university, Mark quickly became apart of the electronic scene. Marks chunky style of techno combines elements of funk and abstract sound, all layered over bumpy bass lines peppered with trippy vocals.