Max Weiner is a US-based artist and musician.
Greatly influenced by the folk and psychedelic movement of the 60s and 70s, Max has developed his own unique style and sound.
His artwork wouldn’t look out of place in late 60s Haight-Ashbury, with its bold, trippy vibrancy, quite the opposite to his music, which shares the same calm softness as Fleet Foxes, Paul Simon and Bon Iver.
To date, Max has released two EPs: “Waiting On The Outside” (2012) and “Seasons” (2013.)
In 2018, Max released his first full-length album, “The Key.” An epic undertaking spanning four years, he produced, wrote, mixed, engineered, performed and played every song on the album himself.
When he’s not recording or writing new songs, Max works as an album artist and merchandise designer for bands across the globe including (NL) AlascA, (BC) Andrew Judah, and (US) family rock group, the Swingset Mamas.
In 2021, Max self-published his first original coloring book, “Spooky Symmetry,” inspired by halloween themes, mythology and the changing seasons, available on Amazon.
In 2022, Max self-published his second coloring book, "Spring Symmetry," a coloring book with 27 spring themed original drawings.