Thursday, April 23, 2009

Tonight: Jeremy Jay @ The Talking Head

This evening the Talking Head features Jeremy Jay, with the Art Department supporting the affair. Jeremy Jay just dropped his second full length on K Records, and it is quite the stroll in the park.

Slow Dance is an electronic pop album that always puts the singer-songwriter mentality first and foremost. As with any of Jeremy Jay's releases, common themes of love and humanity are prominent throughout. These themes and thoughts are described as only an artist who lives in both L.A. and Paris could execute, and always in a manner that keeps ears glued.

My personal favorite off the album, "In this Lonely Town", can be streamed over at the top of my green playlist. Another release of Mr. Jay's I'd recommend is the single prior to the newest LP, titled "Love Everlasting". This jam floats along infectiously, and will more than likely have you heading to the Talking Head tonight.

Along with the Art Department, support also derives from Snowmen and Backyard Betties. This solid lineup will cost you 8 bucks and similarly starts around 8 o'clock.

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