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New Releases – Chet Faker ‘Built On Glass’, Thought Beneath Film ‘Cartographers’ & Jessica Lea Mayfield ‘Make My Head Sing’

Chet Faker‘s highly anticipated debut LP ‘Built On Glass’ delivers as the follow up to his acclaimed 2012 EP ‘Thinking In Textures’. Chet first teased the release with the stop motion video for lead single ‘Talk Is Cheap’ on Noisey along with his upcoming North American dates. See the full dates including Toronto’s The Hoxton on May 19th here. Thought Beneath Film release their anticipated debut full length ‘Cartographers’. Mixed and mastered by Grammy winners Tom Lord-Alge and Bob Ludwig respectively, and approved by Toronto legend Alan Cross, the Hamilton band has some heavy hitting names behind it. Watch the video for the title track here and watch for them on AuxTV’s upcoming show ‘Under The Influence’. Kent, Ohio’s Jessica Lea Mayfield makes her MMR debut with ‘Make My Head Sing’ her self-proclaimed real rock record. Stereogum premiered her song ‘I Wanna Love You’ in February calling it “a grunge-era deadpan with gnarly leftfield roots music in service of haunting, smoldering rock ’n’ roll.” Catch Jessica on tour as she comes through Toronto’s The Garrison April 23rd and Montreal’s Divan Orange April 24th.

Chet Faker ‘Built On Glass’ Digital CD Vinyl
Thought Beneath Film ‘Cartographers’ Digital CD
Jessica Lea Mayfield ‘Make My Head Sing’ Digital CD Vinyl

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Jessica Lea Mayfield’s New Single ‘I Wanna Love You’ Premieres On Stereogum

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Listen to ‘I Wanna Love You’ HERE

Kent, Ohio native Jessica Lea Mayfield matches a grunge-era deadpan with gnarly leftfield roots music in service of haunting, smoldering rock ‘n’ roll.

She caught some extra attention thanks to her association with geographic and stylistic neighbor Dan Auerbach of Akron’s Black Keys, who produced her 2011 LP ‘Tell Me.’ But Mr. Ultraviolence wasn’t involved in ‘Make My Head Sing…,’ out April 15 on ATO Records/MapleMusic Recordings. Rather, she bunkered down in a Nashville studio with bassist/husband Jesse Newport in search of something stripped-down yet weighty.

As Mayfield explains, “The whole record is just me and Jesse and my drummer Matt Martin. I think a lot of my favorite bands are guitar, bass and drums. I wanted to simplify things. Bands are so big these days, I wanted to get in the studio and make a rock record and hear real guitar tones and something heavy.” Real guitar tones and heaviness abound on ‘I Wanna Love You,’ the album’s darkly entrancing single.

 Jessica Lea Mayfield Tour Dates:

March 11-16 — Austin, TX — SXSW
April 22 — Pittsburgh, PA — Club Cafe
April 23 — Toronto, ON — The Garrison
April 24 — Montreal, QC — Divan Orange
April 25 — Boston, MA — Great Scott
April 26 — Brooklyn, NY — Rough Trade
April 28 — New York, NY — Mercury Lounge
April 29 — Philadelphia, PA — Johnny Brenda’s
April 30 — Washington, DC — Rock & Roll Hotel
May 1 — Asheville, NC — The Grey Eagle
May 2 — Nashville, TN — Mercy Lounge
May 3 — Atlanta, GA — The Earl
May 5 — Louisville, KY — Zanzabar
May 6 — St. Louis, MO — Firebird
May 8 — St. Paul, MN — Turf Club
May 9 — Chicago, IL — The Empty Bottle
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Jessica Lea Mayfield Shares New Track ‘Oblivious’ – Third LP ‘Make My Head Sing…’ Out April 15

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MapleMusic Recordings and ATO Records are excited to share this preview of Jessica Lea Mayfield‘s latest LP, ‘Make My Head Sing…’ set for release April 15th.

As the trippy, distorted sound of ‘Oblivious’ displays, the singer/guitarist consciously takes a heavier turn on the new album, which she co-produced at Nashville’s Club Roar Studio with bassist, collaborator, and husband, Jesse Newport.

“My guitar amps were so loud when we recorded this that it made me feel nauseous,” is how Mayfield recently described ‘Oblivious’ to Rolling Stone. “Bands are so big these days. I wanted to get the studio and make a rock record and hear real guitar tones and something heavy.”

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