Review of Jeffrey Lewis and The Junkyard's album 'Em Are I released through Rough Trade.
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Jeffrey Lewis - Interview
Picture this; Jeffrey Lewis speaks out
A greater tribute to John Peel than a thousand platitudes is New York’s Jeffrey Lewis and his honest, diverse, irreverent and poignant music that epitomizes the hard work, creativity and love of what you do that Mr. Peel brought to music and life. Flitting between his two loves of comic book writing and music like a lothario lover; Jeffrey Lewis has a rare and refreshing talent. He even combines his two pleasures with neat flip pad aided live favourites such as ‘Champion Jim” and ‘I Saw A Hippy Girl On Eighth Avenue’. How many people can say they keep they balance their two loves with such prowess?
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Having just finished a Europen tour promoting his second album on Rough Trade Records: 'It's the ones who have cracked that the light Shines through'. The amazing all singing all comic book writing Jeffrey Lewis took time out from his exile in a shack in Maine writing comics books to discuss life, music and of course comics:
1. Many people think that the art of being a comic book writer is a dying one if not already dead. What are your views on this?
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