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Dance Indie Indie Pop JayeL Audio Mixtape

MIXTAPE: JayeL Audio 3-7-14 ft Little Dragon, Chromeo, Galactic & more

JayeL Audio 3-7-14 from jayelaudio on 8tracks Radio. I don’t know about you, but this month was essentially music overload for me. New albums from St. Vincent (artful and excellent), Pharrell (enjoyable and breezy) and Kid CuDi (awful, I guess I should be surprised anymore), plus fresh, new discoveries from Cathedrals, Plastic Plates and Mr […]

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Alt Country Folk

Jessica Lea Mayfield – I Wanna Love You

The last time I saw Jessica Lea Mayfield perform was when she played in front of an intimate crowd in Pontiac circa 2008. Fast forward 6 years and the Ohio songstress is prepping her third album Make My Head Sing… on ATO Records. The album appears to be the first without the help of The […]

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2011 Lists

2011 Wrap-up: Top Tracks of the Year #40-#31

Whittling down the best songs of the year is much tougher than the albums list. Anyone can release a great song, but a fluid, cohesive album is much harder to find. Over the next few posts, I’ll breakdown my top tracks of the year (followed by a two disc mixtape). As Laura correctly informed me, […]

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Dance Indie Indie Pop Mash-ups Mixtape

New Mixtape: JayeL Audio 1-11-11

So Atlanta got some snow this week…. (photo via David K. Smith) One last item from 2010 to go, a mixtape of the best tracks from November/December. This round features a few covers from some of my favorite artists in 2010: Band of Horses, Vampire Weekend and Ellie Goulding (“Georgia”, “Fight For This Love”, “Only […]

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2008 Showstopper

2008 Showstopper: Best Concerts of '08

In 2008, my concert viewing spanned 3 states and many stages.  Here is a brief run down of my favorites: 6. Jessica Lea Mayfield/An Horse – Pike Room, The Crofoot, Pontiac, MI – 10/29/08 Jessica Lea Mayfield put on one of the most intimate shows I’ve ever seen in October.  Unfortunately, I don’t think she […]

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2008 Indie

Top 10 Songs of 2008

This is toughest list to make every year.  It is a lot easier for an artist to craft a break through song than a full concise album.  I don’t have an army of writers like Pitchfork to create a thorough detail of 100 songs, so here are my 10 favorites of 2008. 10. Mike Moran […]