Category: Jordan Everett Associates
75orLess 10th Year Anniversary Party Part 3 at Fusion Fest Burr’s Hill Park
Jordan Everett Associates – Self Titled
75OL-223 Jordan Everett Associates – Self Titled
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Digital download is available here
2. Deep Blue Goodbye
3. Permanent Damage
4. Stuck in the Driveway
6. The Usual Crowd
7. Never Letting Go
8. House Up On The Hill
9. Super Connected
10. Who You Are
Jordan Everett Associates is the songwriting and recording partnership of Kraig Jordan (The Masons, Stan Sobczak, Junior Varsity Arson, LLoyds Llamas) and Paul Everett (Blizzard of 78, Gladhouse, Hope Anchor, Everett Bros Moving Company).
Kraig and Paul’s musical paths have crossed many times in the last 25 years, and this project grew out of their mutual desire to collaborate. Written and recorded over the course of 2 years at Kraig’s Plan of a Boy studio, Jordan Everett Associates is a moody and sometimes dark exploration of life in the 21st Century.
Although a dark thread runs through the LPs’ 10 songs, the record is a celebration of creative collaboration, the recording process and music itself. It draws from their many influences and synthesizes them into a powerful and emotional whole. Jordan Everett Associates is a noir inspired journey through a 4AD Prism.
The record would not be complete without “The Associates” including Jodie Treloar, Dan Ulmschneider, Eric Sampson, Scott Janovitz, Dave Narcizo, Mark Stone, Tanya Donelly, and Leslie Shelton.
Jordan Everett Associates at the Salvation Cafe
with Warbler Roost
Jordan Everett Associates album review in Motif
Jordan Everett Associates – Self-Titled Album
Jordan Everett Associates is a songwriting collaboration between two longtime forces in these parts in Kraig Jordan (The Masons, Stan Sobczak, Junior Varsity Arson, Lloyd’s Lamas) and Paul “Pip” Everett (Coat of Arms, Blizzard of ‘78, Hope Anchor, Everett Brothers Moving Company). The songs were written over a 2-year period at Jordan’s Plan of a Boy studio. The result is a sometimes dark exploration of 21st century life that works in a gamut of influences. “Stuck In The Driveway” is a meditative take on life over a backdrop of moody post-modern folk. The boys kick it up a notch on “Deep Blue Goodbye,” which has a new wave flavor. “Poison” reminds me of rowdy late-’70s power-pop in the vein of The Jam or Elvis Costello. “Never Letting Go” and the ridiculously infectious “The House Up On The Hill” remind me of late ‘80s alternative rock radio similar to bands like The Church and Love and Rockets. They throw in a couple of covers including a spacey ballad take reminiscent of late ‘90s Radiohead or The Family Band’s “Moonbeams.” They also do a stripped-down ethereal cover of Belly’s “Super Connected.” I don’t think it got nominated, but this record was on my nomination ballot for Album of the Year in the Motif Awards. It deserves to be up for consideration because it was one of the best albums to come across my desk from anywhere in the past year. I am stoked that Jordan and Everett are going to be playing the record out live. Well, at least once. For the show they’ve assembled a top-notch band that in addition to Everett on vocals and Jordan on guitar includes Dan Ulmschneider on drums, Kevin Zahm on bass and Bob Kendall on keyboards.
Matt Fraza Band / Jordan Everett Associates Split Lathe Cut 7 inch Single
75OL-218 Matt Fraza Band / Jordan Everett Associates – Split Lathe Cut 7 inch Single
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These seven inch singles consist of clear poly-plastic with holographic, kraft, white, beige, or clear jackets. All options are shown in the photo above. All styles while supplies last.
Limited to 50 copies. Each single contains a digital download for this release.
1. Matt Fraza Band – Drugs/I Don’t Want It 6:00
2. Jordan Everett Associates – Moonbeams 6:00
Jordan • Everett Associates is the songwriting/performance partnership of Kraig Jordan and Paul Everett.