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Max Fry take it slow featured on IMR

Producer Max Fry has team up with Canadian artist, Lhasa Petik to create this new single, Take It Slow.

The track seems to float effortless with a ukelele rhythym driving the bus and Lhasa’s brooding and almost whimsical vocal taming the giant under the curtain. Beat drops and the track fills out with so much tone and presence. Max Fry has a knack at building a sense of space and ambience in his production. This is no different. The result here is a beautifully polished gem that makes big waves in the electronics while indulging the sy, soft at heart in the process.

“Take It Slow” may seem like a plea to a lover upon first listen. However, it is actually a dialogue between Lhasa’s current and former self, following a whirlwind year of loving and letting go. It describes her thought process while letting go of a relationship that she struggled to move on from; “you were looking for a way out, I made you take the long route.”

Winnipeg singer-songwriter, Lhasa Petik is known for her rich vocal and uke/guitar accompaniment. After hearing Lhasa’s latest project, Max Fry knew he wanted to work with her. The collaboration began and the Jacksonville, FL, producer took the ideas and inspiration and ran with it.

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