Max Rewak

Content Producer - Splice


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Max Rewak

Max Rewak is a Content Producer at Splice, working on the Content Operations team, where he handles processing of sample content including all Splice Artist Label packs. He also creates editorial content, instructional videos, Splice Originals content, audio creative assets, product marketing assets, and writes for the blog.

Prior to joining Splice, Max completed an Artist-in-Residency at Maya Angelou HS in Washington DC, taught audio engineering and production at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, and ran a studio for at-risk orphaned youth in Rwanda.

Max is also the Director, Sonic of the Sonic | Haptic Lab at the Atlanta Institute for Social Research, which hosts open lab sessions, conducts research, supports community building efforts, and fundraises for creators in underserved communities in Atlanta and across the country. Max’s music can be found released on Knightwerk Records as Rewak.


I’m so glad to see WMC rebooted with such thoughtful content and first-class curation. It’s been a long time since the industry had a must-do American event and this is it. The reborn WMC!

Patrick Moxey

Ultra Music

I first went to WMC ’87, the year I started Big Beat. It was an incredibly inspiring congregation of indie labels, DJs, artists, songwriters, producers and dance music lovers dedicated to breaking and discovering new music. WMC has been instrumental in furthering the dance and electronic cause; keeping the community connected, vital and relevant, and serving as an amazing springboard for talent. It’s a fantastic crucible for the future of dance music. Long may it live.

Craig Kallman

CEO & Co-Chairman Atlantic Records, Founder Big Beat Records

WMC is and has always been the lifeblood of the dance music scene. Never missed a year since ’96, I can’t imagine Amsterdam Dance Event or Ibiza Music Summit existing without the blueprint that WMC originated. Seeing this revived is absolutely essential to reunifying the North American scene surrounding electronic music and its fringes.

Tommie Sunshine

Producer/DJ/Activist/Netflix Host

Winter Music Conference was the cream of the crop of conferences. Every label owner, label A&R, DJ and artist knew they had to go network at the Fontainebleau where the conference was hosted. The conference was not only one of the most important time of the year as it relates to dance music but it was also a place where records were broken and became summer hits. Some of my best DJ memories are from the events I played during WMC in the last 20 years.

Erick Morillo

DJ / Producer / Label Boss - Subliminal Records

Before there was Ultra Music Festival, there was The Winter Music Conference, the annual coming together of the dance music tribes. Miami in March is a fundamental place to be from a business perspective, and has always given me endless opportunities for discovering new partnerships and talent. WMC brings together the dance music industry and surrounding culture like no other event in America. I’ve been attending WMC for nearly 20 years, and I’m very much looking forward to experiencing its evolution in 2019.

Matt Colon

Director, North America - YM&U Music