Daughter to the late legendary Regional Mexican artist, Jenni Rivera, Jacquelin Melina Rivera, better known as Jacqie Rivera, is one of today’s most promising artists. Jacqie has been forging her own path in music by combining many sounds into what she calls “Fusion Music.” Her previous singles include “Existo Yo”, “Defender” and most recently “Ex Factor”.
Jacqie’s latest single is a cover of the Nine Inch Nails song “Hurt”, via Soundflower Publishing and My Grito Industries.
Coinciding with the 9 year anniversary of her iconic mother’s passing on December 9th, Jacqie’s cover of “Hurt” takes on a moving sentiment and serves as a memorable tribute to her iconic late mother. It is hard for a child to fill such large footsteps, and we look forward to seeing Rivera grow.
In the collision of eras and styles, DYLYN comes to life. With influences that range from Blondie to Black Sabbath, DYLYN (aka Gwendolyn Lewis) has created a unique style that pulls together raw, rock n’ roll energy with infections pop hooks. Gwen worked with Ryan Guldemond (of Mother Mother) on “Hurt,” the latest single to be released from an upcoming album (TBA 2022 via Nettwerk Records).
Out of those depths, she excavated “Hurt.” Synth bass reverberates beneath transmissions of evocative distortion as her voice writhes out of tension towards a cathartic release on the chorus. “It touches on subjects that people are a little uncomfortable with like social anxiety, sexual anxiety, and depression,” she reveals. “We translate rougher experiences into who we are. The lyrics ask, ‘Who hurt you, babe?’ It exposes the darker parts of ourselves. In the darkest times of my life, I’ve learned the most.”
In addition to working with Ryan, DYLYN will be joining Mother Mother on their sold-out North American tour that starts on January 7. This will be DYLYN’s first time performing in the US. The six-week tour crisscrosses around the US, starting in Houston, TX before wrapping up in Atlanta, GA. This will be the first time DYLYN has performed in front of a US audience in xx years.
Fri., Jan 7 Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
Sat., Jan 8 Austin, TX @ Scoot Inn
Sun., Jan 9 Dallas, TX @ Hifi
Tues., Jan 11 Phoenix, AZ @ Van Buren
Wed., Jan 12 San Diego, CA @ Music Box
Thurs., Jan 13 Los Angeles, CA @ Regent
Sat., Jan 15 San Francisco, CA @ Fillmore
Mon., Jan 17 Portland, OR @ Wonder
Tues., Jan 18 Seattle, WA @ Neptune
Fri., Jan 21 Denver, CO @ Summit
Sun., Jan 23 Chicago, IL @ Metro
Tues., Jan 25 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s
Wed., Jan 26 Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom
Fri., Jan 28 Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
Sun., Jan 30 Boston, MA @ Paradise
Tues., Feb 1 Philadelphia, PA @ Foundry (Early & Late Shows)