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Misters is John Zdrojeski’s Album

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Artist is John Zdrojeski and his Album Misters.

Misters is John Zdrojeski’s Album

The compositional style of this artist has many influences and this makes his new album Misters very interesting.

Surely we are dealing with an artist with a great compositional experience behind him. The harmonic construction of these songs is absolutely flawless.

The thing that amazed me the most is how these tracks, albeit different from each other, coexist together in perfect balance.

There are rock songs, alternative tunes, and others that wink at country. My favorite is definitely O Rock ‘n Roll, the energy this song unleashes is contagious. A direct and sincere rock without strings attached.

However, all the songs on the album are solid and demonstrate the eclecticism of this great artist.

A great find that I recommend to everyone.

Misters is John Zdrojeski’s Album Out Now!

Eclectic and Solid!

Misters is John Zdrojeski’s Album

John Zdrojeski is an Obie-award winning actor, singer/songwriter, and performing artist based out of Brooklyn, NY.

John’s first release was his debut EP Primitive. A five song story chronicling the life cycle of a relationship, its music was heavily influenced by the work of Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell, and Bon Iver. Of “Madness,” Primitive’s climax, The Wild is Calling wrote:

“John patiently weaves his narrative like a maze that only he knows the route through, breaking between lines, dancing around his melody but never repeating it exactly. Without knowing his face, you can see him, alone under the spotlight on the stage, a delivery so natural, you swear he’s writing it on the spot.”

For his follow up, John has taken all the theatrical and storytelling impulses hinted at on Primitive and turned them up to eleven. Co-produced, engineered, and mixed by Grammy-nominated Tom Gardner (Chromeo), and mastered by Grammy-nominated engineer Joe Lambert, Misters is an exploration of white American masculinity through classic, rollicking, riff-driven rock ‘n’ roll, with John adopting a ravaged alter-ego named Virgil Wilde. Part Dorian Gray’s picture and part Ziggy Stardust, Virgil channels the toxic personas of figures known only as “Misters” through song, and in doing so, asks the question: can we save ourselves from ourselves?


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