Max Graham

Max Graham (born 1971 in London ) is a British trance DJ and producer.

Graham grew up in Spain and the USA, in 1989 he emigrated to Canada. In the 1990s he worked as a DJ in the famous nightclub Atomic in Ottawa.

His career as a producer began in 2000 with the release of the tracks Airtight and Tell You. On the international response back that he caused it, he was invited in 2001 to remix the known CD -Rom series Transport. A world tour followed.

After that, Graham took a hiatus. The end of 2004 he created his internationally successful hit Owner Of A Lonely Heart. The song is sampling the same name hit the band Yes from the year 1983. With the single Graham reached the UK's top ten of the charts.

For the record label DMC 2005 was a mix album. Two other songs were published by Graham on the record label Little Mountain Recordings.



  • 2010: Radio


  • 2000: Backdraft
  • 2000: Love the Bomb (vs. Starecase )
  • 2001: Falling Together
  • 2001: Shoreline / Bar None
  • 2001: Sepia / Dying to Survive
  • 2001: Airtight / Yaletown
  • 2002: Tell You
  • 2004: Coastline
  • 2005: Automatic Weapon / Does She Know Yet
  • 2005: Owner of a Lonely Heart (vs. Yes)
  • 2006: Crank
  • 2006: Space Disco / Cosmic Funk
  • 2007: Turkish Delight / Carbine
  • 2007: Smack
  • 2010: Nothing Else Matters (feat. Ana Criado )
  • 2012: Down to Nothing ( with Susana )