Sweet Belle and Sebastian-style twee-pop machinations and beautiful melodies via subtle jangled riffs. - JanglePop Hub
Marc Schuster embraces a beautiful 60s lo-fi psychedelic pop aesthetic on the vibrant "Good Dog." Outright glorious. - Beach Sloth
The debut release from Timothy Simmons and Marc Schuster consists of seven instrumental tracks, largely improvised, that run the gamut from dark and intense to light and airy. What holds them together as a unit is their cinematic quality: the album feels like the soundtrack to a film that has yet to be made and carries distinct echoes of instrumental tracks by the likes of Brian Eno and Pink Floyd.
Just in time for Fall, Marc Schuster has teamed up with his cousin Vince Zabielski to release Summer Again, the debut album from The Ministry of Plausible Rumours after a year of sending sound files back and forth across the Atlantic. The fourteen tracks on the album draw heavily on classic rock and pop traditions, the album will be available through all streaming platforms on October 19.
A poignant track about growing up and lost innocence... Great story-telling and a remarkable reflection on society. – Your Musical Experience
Two Full-Length Albums for Fall!
Marc Schuster records music in his basement on the outskirts of Philadelphia. His music has been described as boundary-pushing lo-fi psychedelic pop with favorable comparisons to Elvis Costello, Elephant6 Collective, and Belle and Sebastian.
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