The Album

Self-Titled

Wesley Stace’s debut, released by Yep Roc. Sixteen new songs, on CD and double vinyl LP, recorded in Philadelphia, with The English UK as backing band, produced by longtime collaborator Chris von Sneidern.

“Hugely appealing” ★ ★ ★ ★ —Q

“Excellent”—The New Yorker

One of Magnet's Top 25 Albums of 2013

The book

Wonderkid

A delirious and touching novel of fathers and sons, the dangers of compromise and thwarted ambition, told with humor and energy by a writer as comfortable in a rock club as a bookstore. A backstage epic of sex, drugs, and rock and roll, but also sippy cups, pillow fights, and Baby Bjorns, Wonderkid is Almost Famous through the looking glass.

An Overlook Hardcover

News

David Lewis OWNW Press

The glowing reviews for David Lewis’ Old World New World continue… “THE BEST FOLK RELEASE OF 2014… twelve tracks of sheer perfection; flawless acoustic folk music, with each track arranged meticulously around the acoustic guitar and the vocals. This makes for an album which is from start to finish a joy to listen to… Albums …

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September Cabinet Members Announced

REVISED – There is humdinger of a Cabinet of Wonders lined up for September 19 at City Winery, New York, including:
Jill Barber
Eric Bazilian (The Hooters)
Charles Bock
Marc Cohn
Heaven’s Jail w/ Phosphorescent
Marc Ribot
Megan Stielstra
More guests will be announced shortly.

Wes Reviews…

Pale Communion by Opeth for The Talkhouse. If you don’t know what any of those things are, you should DEFINITELY read the article.

“Goodbye Jane” Video Premiere

SALON PREMIERES NEW VIDEO FOR “GOODBYE JANE,” ANIMATED BY STEFAN G. BUCHER Salon is premiering a new animated video by the acclaimed graphic designer and illustrator Stefan G. Bucher for the song “Goodbye Jane” from Wes’ album Self-Titled. A studio performance of the song serves as the basis for Bucher’s video and features rotoscoped animation — a …

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David Lewis’ Old World New World Out Now

Unveiling his first album since 2007’s well-received Ghost Rhymes, David Lewis’ fourth record, OLD WORLD NEW WORLD, contains twelve new songs, including two co-written with Wesley Stace and one with London-based Oklahoma songwriter Bob Collum. David worked once again with co-producers Chris von Sneidern and Wes, and LA-based multi-instrumentalist Robert Lloyd. The album has just received …

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