F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
"Mark Steiner's special brand of 'Lounge-Noir' will have you reaching for the booze and the 'replay' button."
- Swampland Magazine (USA)
“Mark Steiner sounds like an optimal mixture of Nick Cave, Stuart Staples and cult figure Kim Salmon... He’s an artist who stands out with heaps of honesty and authority. Broken is Mark Steiner’s step up to the musical elite of rock...”
- Nordlys (Norway)
E V E N T S
Mark Steiner & His Problems live at Kafé Hærverk, Oslo
Sunday 11. July - admission 200kr
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Finally, a new era begins to takes form...
After a grueling hiatus, no thanks to the pandemic, Mark Steiner & His Problems return to perform some brand new songs at Kafé Hærverk in Oslo on Sunday 11 July, featuring Ted Parsons, Leon Muraglia, and Romer Paluch-Edwards.
While under self-imposed quarantine in Oslo, three brand new music videos featuring Mark Steiner were launched during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic:
Mark Steiner & His Problems
Maßimiliano Gallo featuring Mark Steiner
Italian multi-instrumentalist Massimilano Gallo approached Mark to sing vocals on his dreamy interpretation of the classic song by the legendary Velvet Underground.
A new political / apocalyptic single has been released featuring music by Jason Wallach of The UnQuiet Void with special guest Mark Steiner on vocals. Be sure to check out PUREE OF HEART "Strange Times (in America)"
Sorrow & The Sea featuring Norwegian singer/songwriter/guitarist Monica Røise is ongoing. Following a support gig for John Parish in late 2018, along with a mini-tour of Berlin and Czech Republic, recordings for the debut album are currently in the works, and a full-length album can be expected around October 2021.
Mark is currently working on new songs for a new full-length album with Mark Steiner & His Problems as well as a new exciting side project with budding Norwegian singer Ingunn Holmen, although due to the current global CoVid-19 crisis, all international travel plans are still on hold... Stay tuned!
© 2018 Tom Garretson photography - used with permission