Jordannah Elizabeth

Associate Editor at The Deli Magazine
Music Journalist at The Wild Magazine
Managing Editor at Think Like a Label

Jordannah Elizabeth is a musician, music journalist, author, model and the founder of The Process Records Media Group. Jordannah Elizabeth started Jordan’s River Promotions in 2004 in Denver, CO where she specialized in art and music event coordination, and artist and model management at 19 years old.

In 2007, she moved to Los Angeles and started The Process: Net Label to organize her personal music catalog that was growing harder to manage each year. In November 2010, she started booking events in partnership with Hangman Booking for Fat Baby in Manhattan, NY and other clubs in the Metropolitan area.

Jordannah Elizabeth now works as a music journalist and contributes to a plethora of reputable sites. Jordannah’s passion for music is unprecedented, and her wide range of knowledge of indie, psych, and experimental rock makes her a sought after insider in the music industry.

As a musician, Jordannah Elizabeth’s music is the experimental and psychedelic folk solo manifestation of her nomadic spirit, currently based on the U.S. east coast. Previously, while her entire discography was hosted by the late Trastienda Net Label, she had found moderate international success and exposure. In mid-2012 the label unexpectedly folded leaving the earlier Makeshivt Kity (her experimental music project) and Jordannah Elizabeth releases–scores of EPs and a few polished full-length albums– to be all but lost to various, dispersed pockets of the vastly eclectic internet. This ending only seemed to inspire a new beginning within Jordannah, always looking ahead with headstrong determination, as she began writing material for her next full-length release. Now, this brand new album, entitled “Harvest Time,” finds itself in the developmental stages and set to be released as early as March 2013!

This new album is a very exciting release for neo-psychedelic music of 2013, as it will likely incorporate the unique and soulful sounds of JE’s experimental- and anti-folk roots. “Harvest Time” will also be something of a collaborative album as MV has invited some of her close friends– including members of The Flying Eyes, Scorpion Child, and The Vandelles– to accompany her on select tracks, adding a collective collage of creative minds to the heady mix

This new album is a very exciting release for neo-psychedelic music of 2013, as it will likely incorporate the unique and soulful sounds of JE’s experimental- and anti-folk roots. “Harvest Time” will also be something of a collaborative album as MV has invited some of her close friends– including members of The Flying Eyes, Scorpion Child, and The Vandelles– to accompany her on select tracks, adding a collective collage of creative minds to the heady mix

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