Today or Tomorrow: Maxton Schulte’s Endless Vertigo

It's only been a matter of months since Maxton Schulte's last solo release, but the sound and sentiment of his second LP still lurk in the fog. That album,¬†Retrograde Emotion, is a cathartic expos√© of ambient rock and internal desolation that amplified Schulte's fragmented emotions through a set of psychotherapeutic songs. As painfully lonely as … Continue reading Today or Tomorrow: Maxton Schulte’s Endless Vertigo

How Potty Mouth stayed the course en route to their self-empowering sophomore record

The current independent music scene is thriving off artists' ability to create and build fan bases through the internet. The fast-paced, high-volume nature of social media platforms goes hand in hand with the ridiculous frequency at which certain artists release their music. Even in this environment, genuine and honest works of art prove to be … Continue reading How Potty Mouth stayed the course en route to their self-empowering sophomore record

Inside the earthy atmospheres of Jeffrey Silverstein’s new EP ‘How On Earth’

Nature and music are intimately connected. One of them pertains to the products of the earth, the other is a man-made art form. Both phenomena are transcendent, possessing infinite potential in their ability to create and adapt over the course of time. The essence of nature has long been embedding its way into songs of … Continue reading Inside the earthy atmospheres of Jeffrey Silverstein’s new EP ‘How On Earth’