Cassettes Won’t Listen’s “Paper Float”
Gets Gutter This Week By Aaron LaCrate & Samir Debonair
Debut “Paper Float” Video Out Now / Small-Time Machine EP Out Now
This Weeks 'Paper Float' Remix By Aaron LaCrate & Debonair Samir (Gutter Remix) : http://www.mediafire.com/?zx2qpmyzudm
Click Here to View “Paper Float” Video : http://www.mtv.com/overdrive/?vid=217844
Stereogum “Gum Drop Feature:” : http://stereogum.com/archives/mp3/th...-l_008681.html
KEXP Song Of The Day “Large Radio” : http://depts.washington.edu/kexp/blog/?p=5261
Playboy Music Issue: http://www.cassetteswontlisten.com/CWL_playboy.jpg
Pop Matters: “It demands your attention, simply because [Freeze and Explode] is one of the best songs that 2008 has produced to date.” http://www.popmatters.com/pm/music/r...me-machine-ep/
BlackBook Magazine: "He won't be anonymous for long if this debut, calling to mind Beck and the Postal Service, is any indication"
AOL SPINNER MP3 Of The Day: http://www.spinner.com/2008/02/27/ca...p3-of-the-day/
Click Here To Listen to Jason Drake Recent Appearance on PRI’s Fair Game: http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/fa...mediaId=675460
The Tripwire- "an ideal album for city walking when you're having an unsteady day."
Perez Hilton: "A really funky dude from New York"
Cassettes Wont Listen's “Paper Float” recently aired on MTV 2’s Subterranean two weeks ago and if you haven’t seen it here is your chance.
Small-Time Machine is his first ever physical release. Entirely written, played and produced by Jason Drake, Small-Time Machine deals with many of the themes that touch us all, including: love, betrayal, hope, disappointment and the quest to find what's missing in each of our lives. Small-Time Machine is the next chapter in the career of one of the true new voices of the 21st Century.
Cassettes Won't Listen has had two digital-only releases, the EP Nobody’s Moving and the instrumental LP The Quiet Trial. Both records have received a lot of attention, including radio tastemakers WOXY and KEXP, SPIN, the NY Press, the notorious Perez Hilton as well as landing an exclusive front page feature on Myspace.com and being named one of Urb’s Next 100 for 2007.
In the wake of these releases, a wide range of artists, commissioned countless Cassettes Won't Listen remixes, including El-P, (featuring Trent Reznor), Midlake, Asobi Seksu, The Postmarks, Dr. Octagon, Pela, Dirty on Purpose, Mr. Lif, and Morcheeba, amongst others.
Cassettes Won't Listen embodies an otherworldly and distinctive blend of electronica and indie rock, with comparisons being drawn to the Postal Service, Beck, Hot Chip, The Notwist, and DJ Shadow. His live show blasts at a frantic pace with Jason hopping from turntables to guitar to keys and vocals as a true one-man band. Small-Time Machine is the sum of all these parts.
The free One Alternative covers EP of great 90's tunes from Cassettes Won't Listen is up to 10,000 downloads and still going strong. Tracklist includes songs by Pavement, Butter 08, Blind Melon, Liz Phair, and Sebadoh, and as an added bonus it features full instrumentals and acapellas so you can get your 90's love remix thing on.