"If Aimee Mann had fended off cynicism, she might sound like Kendall Meade, the songwriter and singer of Mascott. The serenely tuneful songs on Dreamer's Book turn folk-rock into stately pop, wrapping vulnerability and longing in quietly radiant arrangements." -jon pareles new york times


Kendall Jane Meade is Mascott. She is a New York artist with an inimitable sound steeped in 60's folk and 70's pop.

You would think she'd be an amalgamation of all the bands she has played in (Sparklehorse, Helium, the Spinanes), but Meade creates a sound truly her own.

Mascott has released 2 acclaimed albums on Le Grand Magistery. Her first full length, Follow the Sound, was produced by rock luminary Jim O'Rourke and hailed as one of the best albums of 2001 by the Village Voice.

Mascott's new album, Dreamer's Book, produced with Sparklehorse bandmate Al Weatherhead (Mary Timony) features Meade and her band: Rainy Orteca, Jud Ehrbar, Dave Derby and Phoebe Summersquash. Also, listen for cameos courtesy of Parice Scott Minor (Sparklehorse), Mary Timony, Thom Monahan (Pernice Brothers) and Joan Wasser (Joanaspolicewoman).

Meade released Dreamer's Book on her own label, Red Panda Records, near Valentine's Day, 2004. Dreamer's Book is a lush, pop masterpiece, sure to pull on your heartstrings with it's passion and sincerity.

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