Newsletter Signup

💥 New Songs from the SCI Sound Lab! 💥

“The Big Reveal” – SCI Sound Lab (Single)
This was inspired by my early experiences at Grateful Dead shows. Keith and I co-wrote the lyrics together. It speaks of being young and finding how music can transform and expand your consciousness, allowing you to find your place in a bigger community. For me, some of those early Dead shows were my ‘ah ha’ moment. And to some degree lead me to become a musician. Musically, it’s based on a funky jam that we had improvised at Merriweather Post Pavilion in 2016 called ‘Crab Chips Jam.’ It’s fun to occasionally dive back into the SCI archives and find some unique gems to build songs around! – Kyle Hollingsworth

“Get To You” – SCI featuring Lyle Divinsky (The Motet)
We’ve been keeping busy in the SCI Sound Lab, working up new musical concoctions with our friends before heading on the road for SCI’s Summer Tour. Check out the new funky single “Get To You”, featuring Lyle Divinsky from The Motet on vocals. The track is now streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, iTunes and more!

“Otherside” – SCI & TELYKastFeat. Ruby Chase
SCI joined forces with electronic/pop trio TELYKast and vocalist Ruby Chase to create “Otherside” – the latest release from the SCI Sound Lab! Produced in the spirit of collaboration, this track is a result is a powerful song which highlights each artist’s recognizable musicianship, backed by distinctive production and songwriting. Look for SCI & TELYKast performing together at the Second Weekend of Electric Forest! TELYKast • Ruby Chase
“Vertigo” – SCI Sound Lab (Single)
On the heels of the “Otherside” release, we now have something completely different… the Bill and Jill Nershi penned “Vertigo”. Welcome to the SCI Sound Lab! This is what it’s all about. Vertigo is an old school SCI rocker, a high energy jam that promises to be a powerful addition to the live repertoire. Giving insight into the song, Billy shares, “I was getting ready to go to the Solar Eclipse Festival in Oregon last year. I looked at the sun through a newly acquired pair of sunoculars. Half an hour later everything started spinning. This is the song Jill and I wrote about my experience since then.” – Bill Nershi


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *