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Design of the Week | St. Lenox



St. Lenox aka Andrew Choi is a Columbus, Ohio native and represented by Columbus, Ohio label Anyway Records. Anyway Records is the label created and run by legendary Columbus icon, and person I am lucky enough see on the reg, Bela Koe-Krompecher.

St. Lenox dropped a new albumTen Hymns From My American Gothic—last Friday, and holy sh*t you should check it out.

"Hashtag Brooklyn Karaoke Party"

"Don't Ever Change Me New York City"

Posted by Brett Gregory on 03 October, 2018 Anyway Records, Columbus, design of the week, music, St. Lenox | 0 comments
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