Saturday, June 14, 2008

J*DaVeY To Release Double EP

(Brooklyn, NY June 12, 2008)

After nearly two years of fervent cyber buzz and critical acclaim, J*DaVeY is set to release their first studio effort, The Beauty In Distortion EP, alongside full-length pop-culture/ American-media satire-filled limited edition The Land of the Lost EP on July 1st via Bay Area record label Interdependent Media.

With production ranging from the spastic, space-age drums of "Mr. Mister" to the celestial keys of "Might As Well," The Beauty In Distortion plays with the variance and depth of a polished, full album. On The Land of the Lost, producer-extraordinaire ?uestlove and Renaissance emcee Phonte of Little Brother contribute in an equally holistic compilation of futuristic records. Throughout the 23 tracks, two constants bind the project together in a mystical fashion: the steamy vocal musings of Jack Davey and the bleeps, drums, and melodies of Brook D'Leau.

Heralded as a cross between Prince and the B-52s, J*DaVeY is in fact influenced by too many genres to count. A fusion of funk, surf, soul, hip-hop, and electronic secret sauce, the J*DaVeY EPs will satiate starving fans from all ends of the musical spectrum. Already featured everywhere from Fader to Allure to CSI: New York, Jack and Brook are prepared to smoothly swagger into the limelight with their first major release. All ears not finely tuned to the freshly paved street will ring come July.

Mr. Mister

Red Light

Mr. Mister

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