John Maus is an American singer-songwriter and composer celebrated for his eccentric approach to post-punk and synth-pop. His experimental music is reminiscent of the 1980's, widely appealing to revivalists of the decade, who seek a good nostalgia fix with a futuristic perspective. However, his use of medival chuch modes and echoing vocals gives his songs a fantastical, renaissance-like twist. His work has been described as being 'ecclesiastical dark wave', and I couldn't describe it better myself. Distorted lofi, electric reverberations, Maus' wailing vocals; idk man, I dig it. I first heard his song 'Just Wait Til Next Year', which drew me in immediately, and from then on I have been an avid listener. My favorite songs are 'Bennington', 'Maniac', 'Keep Pushing On' and 'Hey Moon'. My top albums are 'We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves' and 'Love Is Real'.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION gotta write more but i am tired, good night sleep tight