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Dance Electronic Indie Indie Pop JayeL Audio Mixtape

MIXTAPE: JayeL Audio 8-21-14 ft Kill Paris, Ryn Weaver, Bon Iver & more

Summer is still around for a week (I live in semester timelines again), so why not go out with a boat load of new music? This mixtape edition took a little longer than planned, but I’m glad I waited in the end. Otherwise, I would have left behind what I like to call the “summer-trifecta” […]

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Dance Electronic Electropop

Porter Robinson – Flicker

Fader had a thorough and interesting feature on budding star Porter Robinson in conjunction with the release of new single “Flicker”. The story gave an in depth profile of PR’s quick rise through the EDM world, but also detailed his anxiety and battle in wanting to be more than pigeon-holed in the genre. “Flicker” does […]

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Dance Electronic Indie Indie Pop JayeL Audio Mixtape remix

MIXTAPE: JayeL Audio 5-19-14 ft Morningsiders, Bad Suns, Zedd, Lykke Li & more

I told myself that I would try not to make the next mixtape more than 25 tracks, but I couldn’t bring myself to cut any of these 29 songs. If that is an indication of what the rest of 2014 holds for music, we are all in for a helluva music year. This month’s mixtape […]

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Dance Electronic

Porter Robinson – Sad Machine

I thoroughly enjoyed producer Porter Robinson‘s initial EP Spitfire that covered everything from house to trance in 2012, but his new sound is even more impressive. New single “Sad Machine” finds Robinson paired up with a robot-like vocalist and plenty of rising and sweeping synth, much like M83-sounding lead single “Sea of Voices”. If Robinson’s […]

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Covers Dance Electronic Indie Indie Pop JayeL Audio Mixtape

MIXTAPE: JayeL Audio 4-17-14 ft St. Vincent, Clean Bandit, Team Me, Wye Oak & more

JayeL Audio 4-17-14 from jayelaudio on 8tracks Radio. Spring is off to quite the start for new music. The Hold Steady returned with more rousing bar room rock narratives, Lykke Li released new tracks picking up where she left off on Wounded Rhymes and Sam Smith continued his campaign to steal your heart as your […]