Craig Wedren

Craig Wedren is a solo artist, film composer, and the singer for Shudder to Think. Check out his latest release, On in Love, featuring Jefferson Friedman and the American Contemporary Music Ensemble here.  You can follow him on Twitter here.    

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Bio

Craig Wedren is the former lead singer of DC art-punk stalwarts Shudder to Think. He released his first solo record, the wonderfully moody "Lapland" in 2005. "Lapland" echoes his late work with Shudder to Think, especially 1998's soundtrack to the indie flick "First Love, Last Rites." Craig's debut maintains some of the AM radio vogue of the Last Rites soundtrack while giving the sound a modern gloss. Although "Lapland" hasn't been a terribly successful record, Craig has retained the listeners who made it through Shudder to Think's late period schizophrenia. Aside from being a nineties alt-icon Craig has been keeping busy scoring films as diverse as "School of Rock" and "Reno 911." He resides in New York last I heard... Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Talks

Best of the 2010s: Craig Wedren’s Favorite Film of the Decade is Mandy

By Craig Wedren | December 26, 2019

Best of the 2010s: Craig Wedren’s Favorite Film of the Decade is Mandy

The former Shudder To Think singer and current film composer wants to work with Panos Cosmatos.

Craig Wedren (Shudder to Think) Talks Death Grips’ Niggas on the Moon

By Craig Wedren | July 3, 2014

Craig Wedren (Shudder to Think) Talks Death Grips’ Niggas on the Moon

When I first took LSD, it felt like coming home.