John releases his 5-track EP, Fair Game, featuring guitarist extraordinaire Stephane Wrembel. Available on most digital platforms, the CD Baby link is included here as it offers liner notes and the tracks can be sampled.
"I don't know who John Presnell is, but he MURDERS THIS," says blogger Joel Frieders.
Journalist Sean Swaby uses "Pills" as a springboard for a point which the music does not make. However, the Comments Section includes an on-point reader response.
Parents Against Pharmaceutical Abuse, an activist group, features John's new video.
Reporter Monica Cassani features the new video for pharma harm awareness site.
Videostatic is first site to feature John's new video.
The Village Voice reviews "Altered States of Plaine" favorably, see attached.
"Over the GW" will have a week-long run at NYC's The Quad starting April 30th. See the excellent review The New York Times gave it in the link attached.
The show in which John sang Elvis Presley's "In The Ghetto" while fronting a 20-piece orchestra is featured here in this series of photos.
Music that John contributed to Italian photographer Vittoria Iembo's "NYC After 9/11" show makes national news in Italy. John's name and music can be heard here, starting at 2:50 in this accompanying clip.
Third music-video site in a month to make John's "Say You'll Stay" a "top pick".
One of the top music video sites has this to say: "Singer/songwriter John Presnell and director Adam Barnick teamed up for this unique exploration of a crumbling relationship in New York City. Noted for being the first sync-sound music video shot on the Lomokino, a hand-cranked 35mm film camera which...
Rivulets' "How, Who" is released to stellar coverage online. Here is an article from the most popular horror fansite.
The soundtrack for Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris", featuring the producer/guitarist of John's forthcoming album, wins the Grammy.
A Nightmare Before Christmas show, as photographed by Jena Cumbo.
Kudos paid to Adam Barnick's "Say You'll Stay" music video.
Director Adam Barnick discusses his approach to making John's first video, "Say You'll Stay".
Wonderful write-up of John's appearance at Arlene's Grocery.
The segment from the show where John appears -now available online- can be seen starting at 5:31; see link.
John's most recently scored film will make its world premiere this May at the Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival, the biggest genre film festival in Latin America.
Verena Dobnik's international article reveals the emerging arts scene in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood, highlighting the work of musician John Presnell, visual artist Kevork Mourad, guitarists Stephane Wrembel and Spencer Katzman, and many others.