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- Moments In Time featuring Howi Spangler - Released May 25, 2019
- One Of One feauturing Lyrics Born & P-Nut (311) - Released October 5, 2018
- I've Got Your Back, Kid featuring Howi & Donald Spangler (Ballyhoo!) - Released March 8, 2019
- Many Ways featuring Duke Sims & Kosha Dillz - Released June 7, 2019
- Keep Them Talking featuring Marlon Asher & King Green - Released December 6, 2019
- Mind Quarantine featuring Ted Bowne (Passafire) - Released April 24, 2020
- Red Cup Dub featuring ¡MAYDAY! & Trey Miller (One Life To Lead) - Released August 7th, 2020
The Story Of Wes
Genre-bending solo artist Wes Anderson is steadily gaining steam, releasing eight singles since 2018 with over 200,000 streams on Spotify alone. While playing lead guitar for Shanghai Superstars, Fiction 20 Down and Big Infinite, Anderson garnered himself Maryland’s Breakout Artist of the Year Award and a Paul Reed Smith sponsorship before his choice to finally pursue his own musical style. His 20+ years of guitar shine on his eight solo collaborations to date, all of which include high-profile players like P-Nut (of 311), Ted Bowne (of PASSAFIRE), Lyrics Born, Howi Spangler (of BALLYHOO!), Kosha Dillz, Marlon Asher, King Green (of RDGLDGRN), ¡MAYDAY!, and DJ Lethal (Limp Bizkit).
Anderson’s self-released summer single “Red Cup Dub” hit digital outlets August 2020 -- a hip hop-infused track produced by Howi Spangler and Duke Sims (of Shinobi Ninja). If that wasn’t enough to secure success, Anderson enlisted the rap talents of ¡MAYDAY! and vocal melodies of Trey Miller (of One Life To Lead) -- the result of which balances harmoniously to the listening ear. This party anthem is an obvious shift from Anderson’s previous single, “Mind Quarantine”, which offered a heavy prog rock agenda, alongside Ted Bowne on vocals and Tommy Sickles (of Nothingface) on drums. Clearly, Anderson is comfortable outside traditional genre classification.
To take things in 2020 even further, Wes enlisted multi-platinum artist DJ Lethal from House of Pain and Limp Bizkit to remix Red Cup Dub. The collaboration no one asked for but the collaboration everyone needed.
With so much more to go on the horizon, Anderson anticipates the return of live music by practicing his DJ-meets-instrumental live set of funk, hip hop, rock, lo-fi and beyond. Not only that, but Anderson further offers a look behind the curtain in his ‘Meet The Collaborators’ episodes, a web series in which he premieres on both his personal and business Facebook pages as well as YouTube page.
An artist not known to shy away from new projects, it won’t be long before Wes Anderson debuts yet another hard-hitting musical creation, all the while counting down the days until he can hit the road once more.