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|Date of birth||September 11|
|Place of birth||Colorado, USA|
|Occupation||music producer, singer-songwriter|
|Known for||The Venus in Scorpio|
Maxim Faster is an electronic music producer and songwriter, known for their solo project "The Venus in Scorpio".
Faster grew up in Colorado, then lived in Los Angeles, California for eleven years before moving to Berlin, Germany in 2020.
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|«||I've never been totally comfortable hearing myself referred to as "he" and I never questioned why until recently. I don't identify with the male world or the expectations that are implied and I feel the structures of maleness need to be dismantled and recreated. I feel comfortable with the masculine parts of my outward expression but the internal is all feminine with me. From the time I was a kid I have always felt like I was a girl wearing a boy costume. I've grown to love and express both components and it wasn’t until recently that I kinda threw all of it out the window and realize I identify as something quite beyond the spectrum. In a way I feel more of a connection to the unknown and the mysteries of life and my (lack of) gender is the latest exploration of that. It makes me feel more interchangeable, which is more comfortable for me. I've always been a shapeshifter, I never let myself soak too long in one identity.||»|
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- Pettigrew, Jason (August 17, 2020). "The Venus In Scorpio starts an empowering LGBTQIA+ party with "Blissed"". Alternative Press. Retrieved July 13, 2021.
- Robinson, Chloe. "INTERVIEW: Glam rock, 80s inspired The Venus in Scorpio on new single and sexual liberation". Culture Collide. Retrieved July 13, 2021.
- Robinson, Chloe (August 5, 2020). "THE VENUS IN SCORPIO FINDS HEALING FROM TRAUMA WITH A FRESH START IN "ROAM"". LADYGUNN. Retrieved July 13, 2021.