Jon had the chance to sit down with Tim Hinley of the great Dagger Zine to talk about growing up like a Lost Boy on the New Jersey Shore, heading to homeroom straight from the Limelight, Aarktica & Dead Leaves Rising, and going solo on the new album.
Read the interview here.
Also, one of our favorite music writers Dave Heaton gives A Wolf In Preacher’s Clothes 8 out of 10 in PopMatters in one of the album’s most insightful reviews yet:
…A Wolf in Preacher’s Clothes has cover art that’s somewhat reminiscent of the cover art for Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely (1959), and is a sophisticated pop record with strings and piano and more of a crooner’s vocal style than on DeRosa’s previous works. Really though, the Danzig and the post-punk and goth and ambient influences are all here still, just smoothed over into something which often resembles a late-night, cocktail-drinker’s moment of bittersweet reflection..
Read the full review at PopMatters here.