Or, rather, he never stopped, but instead has begun to share it with the world again. The name Quentin Stolzfus may not ring a bell, but his former recording moniker, Mazarin, might. In the late 1990s and naughty oughties, Mazarin produced what many regard as the most shining pieces of evidence that Psychedelphia was truly and wonderfully a thing. They were records that glady tromped through folk and rock idioms as equally as they played havoc with influences like John Cage and Stereolab, and then… they stopped coming. An upstate NY bar band claimed that the name Mazarin was theirs first, personnel changes abounded, some life shit happened, and Stolzfus rebooted. Fast forward to today, and there is the thing called Light Heat. Aided by some of The Walkmen, Alec Ounsworth’s log cabin studio out in Conshohocken and some good years of rethinking, this is Quentin’s new bag, and it is a really, really nice bag. Glad to see this guy back in action; expect more Light Heat in the fall.