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MIXTAPE: JayeL Audio 1-15-15 ft Mark Ronson, Leon Bridges, Misterwives, Father John Misty & more

As you may have noticed, finals and year-end lists occupied the last couple of months of 2014. Despite that, I still caught up on a slew of great songs at the end of 2014 and even a few new tracks in early 2015. Returns of Sharon Jones, Modest Mouse, Purity Ring, and Django Django were […]

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MIXTAPE: JayeL Audio 9-02-13

JayeL Audio 9-02-13 from jayelaudio on 8tracks Radio. The list of great new albums in 2013 just continues to grow with surprise releases from RAC, The Avett Brothers and Cults all announced in the past month. All 3 acts crafted excellent reasons to look forward to Fall, along with Volcano Choir and Mayer Hawthorne’s repeat […]


REMIX: Usher – Climax (Dave Sitek remix)

Whether R&B is your thing or not, Usher’s “Climax” has one of the top songs of 2012. Diplo’s subdued production with restrained dubstep influences echoes the subject matter in one of the most clever songs to hit pop charts in recent time. Here TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek makes the cut even weirder and […]

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2011 Wrap-Up: Top Tracks of the Year #20-#11

Top 20, lets go. #40-#31 #30-#21 20. TV On The Radio – Second Song Nine Types of Light was an album that required multiple listens before I was a was ready to cosign. It was much lighter fare than their previous work but engaging nonetheless. “Second Song” (which ironically was track 1) was the one […]

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New Mixtape: JayeL Audio 3-31-11

Return me to this place. No. Seriously. I’ve been staring at spreadsheets and flowcharts all week so forgive the math correlation. If I had to classify this mixtapes into 4 quadrants it would be: Harmonies – the Local Natives/Fleet Foxes charm has spread to U.S. Royalty, Yeasayer, and Wolf Gang Covers – this month was […]


TV On The Radio: Will Do

Not gonna lie, I haven’t bothered to look into TV On The Radio much. Other than, “Wolf Like Me”. That song, well, goes. I know, I know. When I started to read P4K a few years ago, thats all I heard about so I must subconsciously must have avoided them elsewhere. Either way, Tunde was […]


Thursday Linkage: We Were Promised Jet Packs, Kyle Lucas, Rap Genius and more

I haven’t had time for a proper post, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be up to date with everything in the music world. A) Brooding Scotland natives, We Were Promised Jet Packs debuted a new single from their EP, The Last Place You’ll Look. Its kinda like what the Editors should still be like. […]