Singer-songwriter Mesa Jane made positive waves in the local music scene with the release of her first full-length album. The debut album, Spandex Heart, is a soulful and emotional expression of life, love, loss, and new beginnings. She was chosen to perform at a Philadelphia Folk Festival showcase and received bi-coastal radio play in 2013.
She followed up with the release of her sophomore album, Level, in November 2014, which has been described as St. Vincent meets St. Etienne or Alternative Vibe Pop. Prior to the release she commenced a nationwide record store tour. After the tour, Mesa was chosen to play the Mid Atlantic Music Festival in 2014. In 2015 she played at the Millennium Music Showcase, several showcases during SXSW, and was a standby for NXNW. Level, produced by Tim Sonnefeld, charted on college and community stations across the country, getting heavy spins on internet radio and overseas.
In August 2016, Mesa released a 4-track EP titled "This Is How The Meek Riot". It has been called "socially-conscious" and "perfect music for an election year and times of civil and political unrest". Each track was released along with a video, and "Waking Up To The Sound Of A Machine" was nominated for an Independent Music Award in November 2016.
Currently Mesa Jane is writing and co-writing music for film and television in addition to her own songs.