Daly’s production work includes K.Flay’s Grammy-nominated song “Blood in the Cut,” which Billboard described as the “exact kind of smash that rock has been missing the past few years.” He co-wrote and produced additional songs on both her Crush Me EP and full-length album, Every Where is Some Where. Daly’s co-production credits also include Grammy-nominated “Soul on Fire” and its Third Day album, which debuted at #1. “Soul on Fire” spent 11 weeks at #1 on Billboard in its genre.
Daly has remixed many artists, including producing official remixes for Imagine Dragons, Mutemath, Judah & The Lion, Switchfoot and Anberlin. His work has been featured in several commercials and trailers.
In 2014 under the moniker JT Daly & The Blood Orchestra, Daly released the single “The Blackest Bird,” which reached #1 in iTunes Classical. In 2012 Daly released a solo album, Memory. A founding member, he has spent over 10 years as a writer, producer, and performer with his band, Paper Route.
JT’s latest project, indie psych-rock super group The Voodoo Children, started as a conversation about the mystical. The Grammy nominated writer/producer was riffing in a garage turned gothic church; it’s unclear who else was in the room. Visages of other artists spirit in and out of the songs, almost at a whim. With echoes of 60’s and 90’s shoegaze and lyrics conjuring some ancient forgotten time, The Voodoo Children sound both new and familiar.