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Review – J.W. Schuller – All Important Artists


By Becca Marx

The album All Important Artists, is an intriguing solo debut by the artistic chameleon J.W. Schuller. Whilst making the album, Schuller channeled his “inner toddler, having fun banging on drums, pieces of wood, load-bearing basement posts, etc.” The joy that came of its creation is plain to hear. Pair said musician with analog artist and Co-producer/engineer Michael Wisti (The Rank Strangers) of Albatross Studio, and the result is an ingenious record. I like to imagine that the album came to Schuller in a vision, but realistically it happened in “intense bursts of 4-5 long weekend (recording) sessions every few months, tackling a few songs at a time.” Continue reading