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Maxwell Powers Explores An Ayahuasca Trip Gone Good On “Death (It Feels Alright)”

Maxwell Powers is a new electronic voice with his very own story to tell. Powers explains that, “ ‘Death (It Feels Alright)’ was inspired by an intense experience with Ayahuasca (an ancient South American medicinal drug). The 

word Ayahuasca means “Death’s Rope” 

in ancient Quechua, and some people experience the feeling of death during the 

ceremony. That is, death in what I would describe as the most glorious way you 

can imagine.” There’s really no better way to describe this track. Powers’s lyrics literally claim that death “feels alright”, and hiding beneath his literal storyline, he develops a tropical beat with a mystical melodic line. It’s exciting to find an artist that isn’t afraid to discuss the most uncomfortable topics, and put it into masterful art that is accessible to a diverse audience. Maxwell Powers has created a catchy, danceable electronic track that eases even the most neurotic of us all.

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