Jeff Taylor was born and raised in New Jersey, residing in the NYC area since 2007.
In 2012, Taylor released the album, "Frustration In Time Travel" under his previous band moniker, Dumpster Hunter. The album was produced and mixed by Steve Wall with additional production by John Siket. The album also featured the musical talents of Mark Guiliana, Steve Wall, Cole Whittle, and Elizabeth Ziman.
2014 saw the first 'Jeff Taylor' release, "Organelle", a 4-track EP produced by and featuring Thomas Bartlett (Glenn Hansard, Martha Wainwright, The National, Sufjan Stevens) and was released on a limited edition 10" 45rpm vinyl
The past few years have found Jeff Taylor on tour as support for Trixie Whitley and Kishi Bashi, as well as touring and recording with Sara Bareilles. In a departure from strictly musical performance, Taylor also made his stage debut as Larry the Dwarf in the Los Angeles Philharmonic's production of Frank Zappa’s "200 Motels." In "Motels" Taylor sang with the LA Phil for their 10th Anniversary Celebration of their home venue in Downtown LA, The Walt Disney Concert Hall. In 2015, Taylor composed music for NPR/WNYC podcast, Radiolab.
Jeff Taylor is also part of Mark Guiliana's Beat Music project, and sang "A Small Plot of Land" with The Donny McCaslin Group (David Bowie's Blackstar band) on their recent album, "Beyond Now".