Love inspired Afro Baroque
It all started in Los Angeles with a stack of psychedelic rock albums and a trip through the burgeoning punk rock scene. Then New York City to get stuck into the avant-garde noise-rock movement of the 80's. And, of course, the standard ten year transgression through Amsterdam and Berlin.
Stew and The Negro Problem have two Albums of the Year - "Guest Host" and "The Naked Dutch Painter," plus an existential search for The Real in their Tony-Award winning Broadway Show "Passing Strange," that was recorded for Sundance as a Spike Lee Joint.
STNP are dropping two new albums in 2018 - "Notes of a Native Song" and "Total Bent" full of ironic wit, soulful vocals, muscular hard rock and unabashed prettiness.
"I want to mess with things that people don't mess with, and talk about things that people don't talk about"
Stew from AmericanTheater.org
"These are not musicians who follow the rules"
Bill Bragin, Director at Lincoln Center from NewYorkTimes.com
"Baldwin liked to smoke and drink and do things that all my other teenage heroes liked to do"
Stew about Notes Of A Native Song from LAWeekly.com