Genre(s): Electronic
From: Vienna, Austria



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Monophobe is an aspiring and highly talented musician, beatmaker, and producer from Austria. The genres he is operating in are quite diverse, from Electronica to delicate Future R’n’B and crispy Bass Music. His debut EP “Throwback” was released in December 2015 via Shash Records, followed by “Double Tap” on the Slovakian label Gergaz and “Tape Me” with fellow producer FVLCRVM on Modeltraxx Records.

Monophobe has also made several official remixes for acts like Abby Lee Tee, Hearts Hearts, Mynth or Leyya and has collaborated with the likes of Jimmy Pé, FVLCRVM, Sixtus Preiss, Karma Art, Left Boy or 5KHD. His tracks are played & supported by artists like Machinedrum, LeFtO, Chief, Laurent Garnier, Jimmy Pé, The Clonious or Shadow Child and can be found on numerous compilations.

Maximilian Walch aka Monophobe has defined his own genre simply as music. At least according to his facebook page. And considering his diverse musical education and the wide variety of musicians he has worked with it is probably the most fitting for him. He enjoyed a musical education in grade school, first playing violin and then viola. He also enjoys choral perofrmances, a hobby he says he still maintains when time allows it.


Monophobe – an interview w/ Maximilian Walch

Monophobe (c) Terisha Harris

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