Alternative Pop Artist Scary Jeri Uncovers New Single “Excommunication”
Alt-pop artist and producer Scary Jeri creates music that fuses alternative, pop and indie music and advocates for mental health, addiction, spirituality and social justice issues. Hailing from Anchorage, Alaska, they’ve been going from strength to strength since bursting on the scene in 2019 with a series of releases, including popular tracks such as “Run (Out Of Love)” and “The Road”, and they’re set to keep their momentum going and reach new heights with the release of their new single, “Excommunication”.
Nika Taleghani Reveals Sophomore Single “Back and Forth”
Rising US artist Nika Taleghani has unveiled her new single, “Back and Forth”. The track is just the Boston artist’s second single following last year’s debut release “The Cave”. Although a new artist, it’s already very clear what a special talent Nika is, and the new release is a further testament to this.
Ike Rhein Releases Acoustic Version of "Messed It Up"
Malik Mayfield (@luxxuryvisuals) Earlier this year, Ike Rhein released a hit song with Luh Kel titled, "Messed It Up." The single has accumulated about 500,000 streams, and the music video has eclipsed one million views. Building on the success of the record, Ike Rhein is back with an acoustic version of "Messed It Up." The acoustic version of "Messed It Up" brandishes heavenly piano chords from KMKZ and is slowed down to accentuate Sogimura's production and Ike Rhein's powerful, emotive vocals.
Roy Head Interrupted the British Invasion With 'Treat Her Right'
In 1965 at the height of the British Invasion Roy Head and the Traits scored a huge hit with “Treat Her Right.” An electrifying blue-eyed soul performer with dance moves inspired by Joe Tex and Jackie Wilson, Head co-wrote the song with band member Gene Kurtz. Head told the Austin Chronicle that the song came out of performances at sock hops and dance halls across Texas.
‘Monday I've Got Friday on My Mind’
Beatlemania in Australia reached its peak in June 1964 when the Fab Four staged a three-week tour of the country. Hundreds of rock groups sprouted as a result, formed by teens who hoped to emulate their heroes from Liverpool.
Life Behind the Scenes with the Go-Go’s
Gina Schock’s New Book Features a Treasure Trove of Photos. You may think you’ve stumbled into a time warp when you see how omnipresent the Go-Go’s have become in 2021. Formed as a punk band in 1978, the Go-Go’s — singer Belinda Carlisle, guitarists Charlotte Caffey and Jane Wiedlin, bassist Kathy Valentine and drummer Gina Schock — starred in 2020’s acclaimed Showtime documentary The Go-Go’s and haven’t slowed down since.