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‘Bad Omen’ Review From CC2K

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…these two artists are among the most interesting musicians working in the folk / Americana genre today.

Posted in Collaborations, LW Press

Saving Country Music Reviews ‘Bad Omen’


Bad Omen leaves you with a foreboding feeling well after you’ve left its presence simply from the knowledge that such a haunting thing exists. It unsettles you, but in an way you strangely crave from the juices it stirs.

Posted in Collaborations, LW Press

Lonesome Wyatt Interview in ‘Navajo Post’


Here’s a late Halloween interview for the Navajo Post!

Happy music is not interesting to me, there must be a darkness.

Posted in Interviews, LW Press, TPB Press

Holy Spooks Featured in Found: Music Uncovered


Here’s some fancy talk from Found: Music Uncovered magazine about your stinkin’ ol’ pal.
Posted in LW Press

Rue Morgue Reviews Edgar Switchblade

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…a great little gift for anyone dreaming of a blood-red Christmas.

Posted in LW Press

Steampunk Chronicle Shudders Over “The Strange Adventures”

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Krampus Unmerciful! takes its cues from the turn-the-page-at-the-sound-of-the-bell Power Records of the 1970s… Over the top depictions of carnage and gore ensue, complete with sound effects.

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End of Summer Reviews Edgar Record

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Krampus Unmerciful is just about as enjoyably fucked up as you can get, and in typical Edgar Switchblade style, nothing is left to the imagination.

Posted in LW Press, TPB Press

Mustard Relics Reviews “Edgar Switchblade”

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Sinister, malevolent, perverse, dire, malignant. He has taken a lost art and pushed it up a menacing notch.

Posted in LW Press, TPB Press

Rue Morgue Magazine Says: Lonesome Wyatt Owns Halloween


Halloween Is Here is the candy apple with a razor blade in it – delicious, dangerous and bound for legend.

Posted in LW Press

Steampunk Chronicle Reviews “Halloween Is Here”

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Wyatt calls Halloween Is Here a “tribute to all those strange and obscure Halloween albums from the 1950s to the 1980s,” but that’s kind of like saying that Ed Gein’s work was a tribute to house wares and home décor.

Posted in LW Press