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Kendall Jane Meade's solo debut probably isn't exactly what many listeners would expect from a former member of the sassy East-Coast outfit Juicy. Where her previous band was all pep and pop, Meade's five-song EP as Mascott shimmers with the hushed, introspective angst and lush atmospherics of the Softies and labelmates the Shoestrings. Sure, the folk-tinged Electric Poems may occasionally sound too wistfully romantic, as Meade sings about the more painful matters of the heart, but beneath her wavering vocals is a wide-eyed determination that keeps the EP from sounding unnecessarily melodramatic.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The indie pop group Mascott was led by singer/guitarist Kendall Jane Meade, formerly of Juicy. After that band disbanded in the wake of their 1996 album Olive Juicy, Meade relocated from New York City to her native Detroit to plot her next move; weeks later she was invited to play keyboards on Helium's UK tour, followed by a series of shows backing Rebecca Gates' Spinanes. She formed Mascott soon after, releasing their debut EP Electric Poems on Le Grand Magistery in late 1998. Three...
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