Monkey Finger is Jules' first release of original music (2014), co-produced by Jonathan Devoto. The compositions include influences from the many genres that inspire Jules.
Juicebox is Jules second release and collaboration with producer/performer Jon Devoto. This album features a live rhythm section with Ian McArdle on keyboards, Murph Murphy on bass, and Jeremy Hoenig on drums. This funky album marks Jules' first recording as a front man in the live band setting.
Live Backwards is Jules' third album and collaboration with Jonathan Devoto. This album served as a platform for Jules to experiment with looping effects, delay, and the use of an e bow to pull different expressions from the guitar. This album also features Family Jules Band members Isaac Schwartz on drums, Ian McArdle on keyboards, and Andrew Wilke on trumpet on the composition titled "Salsa Verde."