Look out for– LA based singer songwriter Tessa Rae and the new track “i don’t miss you”. The track would fit perfectly fit on Spotify’s Indie Rock Club Playlist while Tessa would feel more comfy performing along with The White Stripes than Tate MacRae.
“i dont miss you” is anthemic indie rock at it’s core. It’s the moment you realize you don’t need the person you’ve been longing for all along” says Tessa.
An Oakland native and early influences ranging from Johnny Cash, The Kinks, and Mazzy Star, she says “No cookie cutter pop team is writing my music. Just me and my best friend doing what we love”.
She’s garnered support from Pigeons and Planes Ones To Watch, EARMILK, Clash Music, and Atwood.
Could shows be off the table in 2022? I wouldn’t count it out. A string of artists cancelled their tours in the fall of 2021. Fauci now said he doesn’t see any type of normalcy until the Spring of 2022, at the earliest. Artists and managers are frustrated, because there is more uncertainty now than ever. At least last fall, the hopes of touring the Spring seemed plausible and it was. Now, nobody knows where this going. It’s a cruel summer.
The artist on the road now have full understanding that the wheels could fall off at any moment.
We all thought the vaccines were going to buy us out of this mess, but Israel with a highest vaccination rate also has the highest covid surge. A booster is on its way. Who knows if the latest booster will settle the score. Maybe an annual booster because the virus changes so rapidly.
And what about the debate around vaccine reports? No doubt it will harm business. I wouldn’t be surprised if concerts saw a 40% reduction in ticket sales. It’s risky business when you mix a weary population, and many who’ve been struggling for work 18 months with new laws like vaccine passports.
We want to keep people safe without destroying entertainment with all the restrictions.
Hard question, tough answers.
Olivia Rodrigo has added two members of Paramore to the writing credits of her single “Good 4 U”. Why? Rodrigo’s hit song is very similar to Paramore’s 2007 hit song Misery Business. They both share an identical verse and chorus accompanied with a rock production.
Paramore singer Hayley Williams and ex-guitarist Josh Farro are now listed as co-writers of the song.
Check out the Mashup.
“I actually wrote this chorus about struggling with OCD and how hopeless it can feel at times. The verses are written around the visual of “diamonds and dust” and what that could mean. I had fun putting those two ideas together” shares Abby.
The Los Angeles based 24 year old is inspired by the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Ariana Grande, and Wolf Alice.
I was hearing the news that Billie Eilish had won a whole bunch of Grammy’s at 19. When you hear someone do so well at such a young age, it makes you question a lot of things as 20-something anyone! Let alone a musician’ said Front-man Myles Fischer about the song.
The track comes off the upcoming EP SOLD! The previous release Melancholia landed on Spotify’s Fresh Finds (AU, NZ).