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Tampa/St. Pete, FL based JE+the100% have established themselves as Florida's soft rock staple. They consistently tour through America's Southeast, bringing their harmony heavy show that climbs with emotional intensity and crashes with a harmonically rich 'bang'. 

While known for the somber and serious tone set with his debut album “Best Supporting Actor”, Jordan Esker & the Hundred Percent have the live presence of four brothers egging each other on. “Fail to Learn” reflects the nature of each member and is consequently brighter and has a more positive attitude. With pit stops at 70s yacht rock, modern gospel, 60s wall of sound, and experimental noise, the band maintains their emo/soul status and cranks the organ, saw synths, heavy drums, and clustered guitar chords to drive ever further into what future American heartland rock will sound like.

Their new EP, “Normalcy”, is out now. They are releasing multiple EPs in 2019, each expressing a different side of themselves yet experimenting with a new genre each time.

 

Vocals, Guitar, Keys / Jordan Esker
Keyboard, Vocals / Matt Raspo
Bass / Emmit Dobbyn
Drums, Vocals/ Vincent Montemarano

 
(L to R) Vincent, Emmit, Jordan, Matt

(L to R) Vincent, Emmit, Jordan, Matt

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"Normalcy"

by Jordan Esker & the Hundred Percent

“The four track bundle is described as soft rock but after a quick listen, it’s quite easy to hear why attempting to classify their sound is rather futile. JE & the 100% clearly are making music with no holds barred and frankly, it’s refreshing to hear.” Discobelle

“with an astoundingly energetic sound, their own brand of indie is starting to turn heads.” It’s All Indie

“Jordan Esker & The Hundred Percent now return to deliver another smaller collection of euphoric pop-rock with their new EP ‘Normalcy’…the outfit bring their A-game on this new four-track collection, reminding us all about why they are quickly becoming one of Florida’s most intriguing artists.“ ROUGH

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"Fail to Learn"

by Jordan Esker & the Hundred Percent

Fail to Learn shimmers at every turn. Whether it’s the vintage horns and harmony on the album’s first two tracks (“Shelf Life,” “Platitudes”) or the layers of sound at the heart of the LP (“Another Second Chance”), each second of the effort is dripping in soul.”CLTampa

“gotta love the raw, genuinely good vibes here. jordan esker & the hundred percent are the most genuine dudes you can meet, and if that isn't evident from the stupidly fun energy of this sound and this video, i seriously question your character.”Floating Roots

“There are moments where you’ll hear soul influences, alt-rock, and emo influences, as well as a few songs that reminded me of Nebraska-era Springsteen.”RARA’s Farm

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