Wuli Records Releases Lee DeWyze's 'Slumberland'


Before Lee Dewyze became an Idol on America's favorite singing contest, he wrote and recorded two albums in his hometown with an all star band including Louis Svitek, previously of Ministry, MOD and Mind Funk, Rob Bonaccorsi, from FrEddy Jones Band and Ryan McGuire. Wuli is proud to announce a new collaboration with Universal Music Group/Fontana Distribution to bring these two albums to a broader audience so that fans can discover the rawness of Lee's early work. 'Slumberland', the first release of this new partnership is available today on iTunes and retailers nationwide. A remixed and remastered version of the album 'So I'm Told' will be available November 9. Wuli also has a limited number of raw video footage of Lee available to broadcast outlets and select web venues.

Early reviews have been enthusiastic:

"The collaboration of rich deep vocals along with brilliant guitar work is multi-faceted and evocative." Julia Antia, Splash Magazine

"Through the flowing choruses, sometimes light and sometimes rich accompaniment...", ‘Slumberland' delivers a mature songwriting style. "So refined that you would have no idea that it was even a minor label effort". Freelance writer RoBert Lawrence.

Wuli Records, http://wulirecords.com, was founded by Louis Svitek and Ryan T. McGuire in 2004. Wuli, which is Mandarin for "patterns of organic energy", aims to channel talent by guiding artistic vision with strategic development. Both are invested in the entire process from concept through final production.


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