Kendall Jane Meade, who swaps time between New York and her native Detroit, has carved out a glowing reputation on the indie pop circuit. As vocalist for the band Juicy in the '90s, she made autumn-colored rock with titles like "Detroit Skies" before heading out for a solo career as Mascott. 2001 brought her debut album for Birmingham's Le Grand Magistery label. It was a quiet record loudly acclaimed by critics. Dreamer's Book is a worthy descendant of Follow the Sound. It's a delicate but resplendent record that displays a contemporary cool take on '70s singer-songwriter pop.