Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Atlantic
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Max Frost Gold Rush LP

Max Frost

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Vinyl LP Features "Eleven Days" and "Good Morning"!

Executive produced by Michael "Fitz" Fitzpatrick (of Fitz and the Tantrums) with production by Mick Schultz (Rihanna, Jeremih, YG), JR Rotem (Panic! At The Disco, Nicki Minaj, Fallout Boy) and M-Phazes (Eminem, Logic, KYLE), GOLD RUSH includes such popular tracks as "Good Morning", "Eleven Days" and "Sometimes," the latter of which has just been named amongst ESPN's "Music of the Month" (October, 2018).

Named by both NPR and Rolling Stone as one of "10 Artists You Need To Know," Max Frost has earned acclaim with his electrifyingly idiosyncratic sonic blend, a musical merging of soul, funk, hip-hop, pop, and electronica that saw 2013's breakthrough single, "White Lies," lauded in such high profile national outlets as Interview, Billboard, Idolator, and NPR Music.

"Max Frost's debut album took a drastic turn -- for the better -- when Fitz & the Tantrums' Michael Fitzpatrick got involved with it...The album, meanwhile, demonstrates considerable breadth, blending anthemic pop, R&B, funk and hip-hop flavors, as well as cut-up production techniques on tracks such as the single "Good Morning" and "New Confessional." He even works some gospel flavors into the album-closing "Sometimes." "I've always looked at myself as a bit of a chameleon, hopping between genres," Frost says. "I look at myself as a little bit like Beck, or if Gorillaz were just one dude. I grew up in an age where music was so uncategorized and consuming music through Napster and not through buying CDs, so nothing was organized by genres. To me genres are just like a marketing category. It's just about artistic freedom for me, and I think that's really reflected on this album." -

• Vinyl LP

Side A:

1. New Confessional
2. Good Morning
3. Slow Jamz
4. Money Problems
5. Put It On Me
Side B:
6. A$$hole (No Apologies)
7. Eleven Days
8. Anxious
9. Stranger To Me Now
10. Sometimes

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