Press for Mallet


Invading my Space - New Noise Magazine

Mallet - Indie Current -


This guy has made a lot of progress in a very short amount of time, and if he’s able to keep the pace that he’s had for this last year through the first half of the 2020s, he’s going to see a lot more success from both sides of the dial moving ahead. I’ll be following his journey, and I recommend that you do the same.


“Supposing Reed Stewart’s “Stick Shift” is further indication of the power of artistry in the album, Mallet, Stewart should have no problems building a groundswell

-Vents Magazine

He’s marching to the beat of his own drummer (pun definitely intended) and he doesn’t seem to care whether or not the royal we want to follow.

-Indie current

He’s producing a style of music that is as much his own as it is the product of generation after generation of experimentalism in rock n’ roll and beyond, and for the time being I would say that he’s one of the top artists in his scene to beat.

-indie Source Magazine

This is by far one of the more balanced production styles I’ve reviewed in the last few months, and you don’t even have to be the biggest fan of avant-garde music to enjoy its impressive depth of technique.

-Indie Pulse Magazine

Reed Stewart delivers some seriously crushing content in his new music video, and though I was anticipating quite a lot out of its debut

-Too Much Love

"Stewart surely stands alone and what he’s doing pushes boundaries. Stewart’s unique vision for this song thrusts the listener into another dimension of encompassing sounds and mutated percussion." 

-Too Much Love

"Carving out a very special spot for himself in the elite hierarchy of underground experimentalists."

-Indie Pulse Magazine

Solidifies his position as one of the more promising and eclectic composers working in indie scene today.”

-Indie Source Magazine