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- Geek & Sci-Fi
Following last week's video for the song "Howl At The Moon" comes the rest of L0-F.
Miss Jack Davey, one half of J*DaVeY, has taken a sultrier solo step out, allowing her inspirations of Nirvana, Lou Reed, and David Bowie to shape her sounds.
Los Angeles duo J*DaVeY pay homage to the silly “Little Tramp$” running around the scene with their latest video.
Being trapped in a desert with blistering hot temperatures probably wouldn't so bad if Jack Davey was trying to groovy with you.
Variety: "A couple of years ago, Lewis Jay Meyers, a co-founder of the South by Southwest Music Conference and Festival in Austin, Texas, stood in the middle of Austin's blocked-off Sixth Street, the heart of the club district, as SXSW attendees poured down the sidewalks and traffic lanes.
Full of mystic and enticing vocalization, Jack Davey and Brook are pulling a short caper in the name alternative soundscapes on Evil Christian Cop: The Great Mistapes. The Nirvana cover on scratched the surface as nearly fifteen more minutes of lucious, organic hybrids of jazz and R&B lay waiting to be discovered.
Melting Punk, Funk, Rock, and Electronica over a Hip-Hop base J*Davey, the duo of producer Brook D'Leau and vocalist Jack Davey, has created an undeniable pop fusion with broad appeal and individual niche interests.
"I feel like I'm close, like one step further.