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Max Miller / Press

“Max Miller ties together simple musical arrangements with layering techniques that compliment each simple melody. And while simplicity seems key for this album, it’s the compounding of that which creates something more vast and ultimately, catchy.”

“Alternative Radio programmers with sense should play this... This isn’t so much music as it is art.”

“This energy was definitely unexpected, because his almost-monotone singing and dystopian beats give us a rather bleak reflection on life (he sings, “sign you name on the dotted line/put it in a box marked ‘Waste of Time’”). Not to say that his music itself is sad. While experimental, Max Miller is polished and his music diverse but cohesive, which is especially impressive considering he works alone.”

“[as seen in Hampshire College's student paper, The Climax, Volume XIII, Issue 3. May 6, 2010] Spring Jam had been on Max Miller's mind for the past year. After missing the application deadline last year, he was determined to make this year's lineup. And he did, kind of. Though his submission was rejected by COCA, Miller decided to take matters into his own hands, and thus the Guerilla Tent was born. "I was a little bummed," Miller said of the rejection, "but I decided I shouldn't let that stop me from playing. So I thought, why not widen the margin a little bit?"”