Jessica Golich is a passionate Music Journalist and Staff Writer for Tattoo.com specializing in covering an assortment of musical news stories from band interviews, album releases and concert reviews. Jessica works closely with publicists, PR firms and record companies worldwide such as Sony Records, Roc Nation, Warner Brothers Records, Atlantic Records, OWSLA, Monstercat, Mad Decent, Solid State Records, Rise Records, Sumerian Records, Rude Records and Roadrunner Records to cover upcoming releases and tours. Jessica has interviewed and covered hundreds of musicians within a broad range of genres including Britney Spears, Marilyn Manson, Opeth, Krewella, Rammstein, Def Leppard, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, Flogging Molly, Korn, Slipknot, Dropkick Murphys, The Used, No Doubt, Dillion Francis, Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony, Diplo, John 5, Tritonal, Doyle of Misfits, Underoath, Bring Me The Horizon, Machine Gun Kelly, Fitz & The Tantrums, Galantis, Lil Yachty, REO Speedwagon, Skillet, NGHTMRE, Blasterjaxx, Breaking Benjamin, Anti Flag, Cashmere Cat, Stonesour, Joey Badass, Grimes, Sum 41, Falling In Reverse, Borgore, Banks, Styx, Mija, Getter, Reverend Horton Heat, Yelawolf, CKY, Kodak Black, Young M.A, Killswitch Engage, Drowning Pool, Aaron Carter, Z-Ro, Mindless Self Indulgence, Colton Dixon, Betty Who, Tiger Army and more.
“Jessica is incredibly talented as a content producer, coming up with thorough and unique questions for interview subjects and she also has a distinct voice; the end result/clip is always well-done and eye-opening for fans and readers. She is really able to get a good story out of artists. Jessica is also a dream to work with, personally and professionally. She is responsive, enthusiastic, passionate, open to pitches, and is easy to work with. As a publicist, I cannot understate how much I value those qualities in a writer. Jessica possesses all of them and it makes all of our interactions effective, efficient, and productive.” – Amy Sciarretto/Atom Splitter PR • Named #12 on ‘The 25 Most Important People in Metal’ by MetalSucks