“Singer-songwriter Matt Adler will return to Canyon with new EP “Stages” at an 8 p.m. Saturday show at Palace Coffee Co., 420 15th St.
On his ReverbNation page, Adler said the EP is “a concept album about all the stages of a failed relationship,” somewhat different than his previous music, which was more directly influenced by his Christian faith.
“I would say that though I’m a Christian artist and a Christian person, sometimes I write songs about life that may or may not directly reference God or Jesus,” Adler wrote.
The show is free.
For information, call 806-476-0111 or visit www.mattadlermusic.com.”
- Chip Chandler
Features Editor, Amarillo Globe News
popVLTR: You’ve been making moves in San Antonio, how’d you get into music?
Matt Adler: I have always been surrounded by music, even at a young age. My mom has always sung in her church choir and my dad is an avid music listener. He has always had a “music room” in each house I lived in growing up, filled to the brim with thousands of CDs and records. He would also…Click here to read the entire article.
As you read in a previous post, we introduced you to and interviewed independent Christian pop-rocker, Matt Adler.
Now, we’re going to update you on the amazing things Matt has been up to.
Finding a great Christian rocker is often times a hit or a miss. As it is with all music, finding a good balance between religious beliefs and mainstream music can be quite a challenge. However, Matt Adler has…Click here to read the entire article.
Ever since the tender age of 14, singer/songwriter Matt Adler has had a knack for writing songs with catchy melodies, lush instrumental arrangements and memorable harmonies. With influences ranging from brit pop and indie/acoustic artists to classical and eastern sounds, his music always remains interesting and energetic while staying firmly rooted in the indie/folk/pop genre.
Matt is a renowned guitar player in the city of San Antonio. His intricate instrumental lines coupled with his versatile voice (which can be soft and delicate as a whisper to powerful and commanding), his live experience is truly special.
In 140 characters or less, describe your sound:
Christian indie pop/rock with interesting sounds, haunting progressions, and (hopefully) catchy melodies.
You started writing songs at 14, did you have any musical background previous to that?
Though my parents were not particularly adept musicians, they surrounded me with music from a young age. I attribute my love of music to that. I was an avid listener and started learning guitar at age 8. I would say that my life did not become CONSUMED by music until I hit high school at age 13. I was the nerdy kid with the guitar on his back and a “Frank Gambale Jazz Guitar Improv Theory vol. 2″ book under my arm. But I never…Click here to read the entire article.