Fusicology on November 8, 2012with 0 comments
Jack Davey, one half of hybrid electronic-soul duo J*DaVeY, is at the forefront of a reaction against the over-produced pop artists of today. Some of her professional milestones include opening for Prince, the Roots, Erykah Badu and Janelle Monáe, as well as licensing music to CSI: NY and Nike Latin America; J*DaVeY was also featured as LA Weekly’s Beautiful People cover story in 2011. Jack’s rise into the role of solo artist grew out of a period of artistic stagnation, coupled with the birth of her first child and the imperative to bring to light the new, raw sound playing in her head.
The constantly evolving Davey picked up the skills necessary to express her dynamic vision, learning to play guitar so she could convey her intentions in a solo format with her new double EP L0-F!. For L0-F! Side A, Jack summons up kindred spirit Iggy Pop, and intertwined with it, her bluesy, confident voice declaring a new, stripped down incarnation of the artist herself and an era of straightforward rock. Side B includes further instrumentation and is produced by her boyfriend, Joey Strat of The Knux. L0-F! Side A will be released October 2nd, with Side B following on November 6th, and a deluxe edition including both EP’s, three new songs, and a digital booklet on December 11th.
For more info, including a full downloadable bio, please visit http://www.audibletreats.com/download/jack-davey
“Eye Can See”
“Howl At The Moon”