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Jessica Lea Mayfield / Charlotte Rose Benjamin

  June 6, 2023 7:00 PM
Doors Open: 6:30 PM
ADVANCED: $20.00

ADVANCED Public Onsale: April 7, 2023 10:00 AM to June 5, 2023 11:59 PM
Jessica Lea Mayfield is a singer songwriter from Kent Ohio who is known for writing ominous songs that draw from folk and rock music. Her first album was recorded with Dan Auerbach at the age of 16 and released when she was 18. Since then she has released three albums and several singles, played David Letterman and has toured nationally and internationally multiple times. 

The very first sound you hear is a doubled, drifting vocal calling out the name of early aughts teen movie star, Hayden Panettiere. A garage trio slams in, and from the first minute of Charlotte Rose Benjamin’s debut album, Dreamtina onward, we are on a journey somewhere between desperate and audacious, yet sunny as a Beach Boys record.
The execution of the record was just as natural. Benjamin and the band produced the album themselves in drummer/engineer Matti Dunietz’s basement studio in Ridgewood, Brooklyn and at her musician father’s ramshackle home studio on Martha’s Vineyard where she grew up. “My life changed and my music got so much better when I met Matti Dunietz and Nardo Ochoa. We made the album completely on our own with my lifelong best friend/bassist, Zoe Zeeman. I felt so free.” 
Benjamin’s debut EP, Party City (2020), was released with Moshi Moshi/Neon Gold records. It received airplay on BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 1 with Jack Saunders making the title track his ‘Next Wave’. Party City also received praise from Clash Magazine and Blackbook Magazine, and was featured on Spotify’s Global New Music Friday playlist. The same year, Benjamin performed background vocals on Gus Dapperton’s 2020 album, ORCA, and starred in videos for his breakout hits “I’m Just Snacking” and “Post Humorous.” In 2019, she played as tour support for Houndmouth and was later set to share the stage with Nasty Cherry and Role Model at SXSW before the festival was cancelled due to the Covid19 pandemic. Benjamin also counts The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne as a fan and frequent social media supporter. Her latest releases, “deep cut” and “Cumbie’s Parking Lot” received praise from YouTube critic David Dean Burkheart and were both featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds: Indie playlist for more than 10 weeks.

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