April 12, 2017
RIP David Peel, 1942-2017. Over 25 albums, eternal icon of NYC underground rock & roll, familiar voice of the neighborhood.
Jeffrey Lewis, with Peter Stampfel and the Deposit Returners band, featuring Steve Espinola, have recorded an album of covers of songs written by Tuli (Fugs) Kupferberg! When will this album come out? Where? How? We're not sure yet.
Jeffrey Lewis East Coast USA Tour Dates announced for April-May 2017! (Some solo, some w/ Los Bolts)
A number of albums have recently been added to the Jeffrey Lewis Bandcamp page...
Jeffrey's newest comic book Fuff # 11 is available here!
Our newest music video - "Sad Screaming Old Man"- is on Youtube here!
Our other newest music video - "Support Tours" - is on Youtube here!
The album "Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts: MANHATTAN" is now out worldwide on Rough Trade Records!!
The vinyl LP of The Last Time I Did Acid I Went Insane is back in stock, here!
The full-color Jeffrey Lewis illustration of 100 songs by the band The Fall is available here!
The first-ever vinyl LP edition of "It's the Ones Who've Cracked That the Light Shines Through" is available via Don Giovanni Records... Or order directly from Jeffrey HERE! This deluxe vinyl edition contains extra artwork, a download code for the whole album, and a bonus CD with 12 non-album tracks from the 2002-early 2004 time period that the album represents!
Out now! Recorded at the Automat: The Best of Rough Trade Records is an incredible new 3-CD, 60-song compilation of Rough Trade tracks from 1978 thru the present day! Check out full details here!
The now out-of-print 2014 album "Jeffrey Lewis & The Jrams," is available for download on Bandcamp here.
The 32-page comic book issue Fuff # 10 is available at the Jeffrey Lewis online shop...
Interview with Jeffrey on the Conversations With Matt Dwyer podcast...
There a NEW Professor Louie CD! Professor Louie: Class is now available directly from Jeffrey's shopping page here.
Jeffrey's illustrated music video for the Belgian musican Milow is now on Youtube here!
"The Truth of Revolution, Brother" is a book about "punk philosophy" and the current state of punk's legacy in modern culture, featuring interview material from Jeffrey Lewis along with Steve Albini, Ian MacKaye, Crass and many, many others... a nice book "trailer" video is here.
NOTE: Many discussions and lyrics and other info and projects are posted at the Jeffrey Lewis Message Board! Check the "Comic Book" category of the board for some art stuff... (feel free to post comments and/or add your own images too!).