Christopher the Conquered will depart for shows in New Jersey, NYC and Washington DC next week following performances in Des Moines and Omaha this weekend. I’m Giving Up On Rock & Roll LPs have been pressed and are available for pre-order. The album will be available Spring 2016. The new Conquered 4 Life podcast is available on iTunes and CtC’s […]

Pointland: A Play for Audio is Maximum Ames’ first non-music release and perhaps its most ambitious yet. As the title suggests, Pointland is a play written and directed for audio. The playwright Jerrod B. Jordahl began writing in 2012 with the intention of distilling his preferred theatrical elements to their essence. Pointland was originally recorded in […]

Christopher the Conquered will release his new experimental live album at Salisbury House and Gardens on September 26th. “A Passing Melody” is a collection of recordings of friends, family, and songs from across Christopher’s catalog. It is a musical self-portrait. It was recorded and will performed on the priceless Steinway grand piano at the Salisbury […]

  MR NASTI shared his plans for upcoming projects via Facebook on Sunday. The music for a new album entitled “Death Rattle” is recorded. It features words from his sophomore album, “Truth Sounds,” but with all new arrangements. MR NASTI is also making “textural music videos” for every track. Songs and corresponding videos from “Death […]

Maximum Ames’ artists received a wave of recognition from a high tide of sources this past week. Noisey, the VICE Media music outlet, posted an article that highlighted some artists from what they dubbed a “retro pop scene.” In the piece they mentioned a couple of Max Ames’ own. First, Christopher the Conquered is mentioned and […]

TWINS left town for Chicago to record there 3rd album. Check out the photos from the studio below. Blues Pills is still on their international concert and festival tour. They recently were mentioned in the Swiss newspaper Der Bund after the Gurtenfestival. Journalist Ane Hebeisen described them as “experimenting with blues and hippy pills. She […]