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Cassettes Won't Listen is the Indie rock & Electronic one-man project of multi-instrumentalist and producer Jason Drake based out of Brooklyn, New York. Over the last few years Cassettes Won't Listen has received press from the likes of Spin, Perez Hilton, URB. Cassettes Won't Listen has also done official remixes for notable artists such as: Aesop Rock, El-P, Midlake, Mr. Lif, Morcheeba and many more.

In 2008, Cassettes Won't Listen covered The Cure's "Let's Go to Bed" for the American Laundromat Records compilation "Just Like Heaven - a Tribute to the Cure". They also covered "Need You Tonight" by INXS for Engine Room Recordings' compilation album Guilt by Association Vol. 2, which was released in November of that year.

According to music blog, Music (For Robots), Cassettes Won't Listen will be releasing a covers EP entitled "One Alternative" on December 11, 2007 as well as a seven song EP entitled "Small-Time Machine" on March 11, 2008. Drake released Small-Time Machine himself through distributor, The Orchard, along with his 2009 instrumental record, Into The Hillside.

The track Freeze & Explode was used in the February 16th, 2009 broadcast of the NBC show Chuck.

On December 3, 2009 Cassettes Won't Listen hosted MTV2's Subterranean, a video show centered around independent musicians.

In October 2010, Cassettes Won't Listen announced a brand new instrumental side project under the name, Dfalt. He launched the project with a free mixtape titled The Stupid Rifle Mixtape and made it available via Dfalt.com

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