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Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Mayer Hawthorne taps into a wide-ranging, experimental streak on his third album. "The Stars Are Ours" is a breezy '80s-style tune, while first single, "Her Favorite Song," mixes distorted hard-rock guitar with a dreamy pop chorus sung by British singer-songwriter Jessie Ware. Touted rapper Kendrick Lamar appears on "Crime," and guest producers include Pharrell Williams and Jack Splash. The eclectic 15-track album is held together by Hawthorne's increasingly commanding voice, which teeters skillfully between sweet pop not unlike Justin Timberlake and a more earnest neo-soul delivery.

Customer Reviews

The Stars Are Ours?

Does anyone else hear the ghost of Donald Fagan's "I.G.Y." in this song?

Love LOve LOVE!!!

Hands down his best album thus far! I listened to it on NPR and as soon as itunes gave me the green light to download it, it has been playing all night non stop! Kudos to Mayer for releasing 3 albums where I love every single song!

Second Coming

The second coming of Hall & Oates!


Born: February 2, 1979 in Ann Arbor, MI

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Ann Arbor, Michigan native and longtime eclectic DJ/producer Andrew Cohen, onetime member of the rap groups Athletic Mic League and Now On, began recording soul-seeped material as something of a joke, but didn't plan to have it reach beyond his circle of friends and family. Mayer Hawthorne, the pseudonym Cohen used for the songs, eventually took on a life of its own. When a couple of Hawthorne songs were played for Peanut Butter Wolf, the Stones Throw label head was baffled; he initially thought...
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Where Does This Door Go (Deluxe Edition), Mayer Hawthorne
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Blues, Rock, Soul
  • Released: Jul 16, 2013

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