SKOPE NEWS FOR JULY 21, 2018 @ 7:30 AM

LT Wade Shares “We’ll Never Be Those Kids Again” Via All Things Go

Alternative rock artist LT Wade shares his new single, “We’ll Never Be Those Kids Again,” off his forthcoming LP, Transient. All Things Go premiered the track, praising it, stating, “Opening slowly with gentle layers both thick and thin, the latest single by the long-experienced artist has us reminiscing on those specials who got away – left behind to lost opportunities and regretful moves in opposite directions.” Transient is due out July 27th via Dopeness Records NYC.


Yorkshire-born R&B singer, songwriter, and producer Aeris Roves releases “Banks,” along with a visual. The visual premiered on Complex (Click HERE), which praised, “One of the most distinctive vocals we’ve heard in a minute” and noted the song “promises to soothe even the toughest of weeks.” The track, which was one of the first songs Aeris wrote, produced and performed is available now at all digital retail providers via Sony Music Entertainment UK/RCA Records and will also be included on his debut mixtape due out later this year.


Juan Magan, king and pioneer of the electro-Latin music movement, has released his most recent single, “Escondidos,” featuring B-Case. Upbeat and sensual, the track features an irresistible rhythm that is sure to encourage fans to let go and dance until dawn.

The single is a groundbreaking collaboration between Magan and acclaimed German DJ and producer B-Case, continuing the legacy established with their previous collaboration “Le Encanta,” which also featured Belinda and Manuel Turizo.


Terror Jr has made their eagerly anticipated return with new single “Heaven Wasn’t Made for Me” – available now on all DSPs. The mesmerizing track arrives with an equally compelling visual companion directed by Millicent Hailes (Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug), for the first time starring duo Lisa Terror and David Singer-Vine (watch here).


Speaking about their tour announcement, the band says: “Last month’s shows in New York, Los Angeles, and Toronto were really fun. We hit a couple speed bumps along the way with guitars falling apart on stage and things like that, but the crowds were so rad it didn’t matter. After touring a bunch over in Europe this year, we’re excited to return to the U.S. and Canada – a little more confident, a little more road worn, a few more hairs in Chris’ stache. See you on the road soon!”

Kenny Chesney’s “Get Along”: 30th #1, New BILLBOARD Record

Fresh from breaking the attendance record he set in 2015 this weekend at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium with 57,528 members of the No Shoes Nation coming out for his Trip Around the Sun Tour, Kenny Chesney sets another record. As “Get Along” tops Billboard’s Country Airplay chart – his 30th career No. 1, the songwriter/superstar from East Tennessee becomes the artist with the most No. 1 hits in the history of the chart.

“I can’t think of a better song to set a record,” Chesney says. “Everything it says is everything I think makes the world a better place. To have something that has a groove that feels so good wrapped around a song that reminds us it’s the things that bring us together that will make us happy… When you get right down to it, “Get Along’ is a great way to have some pretty important life advice delivered.”

PRIVATE LIFE: Cyber-Synth Duo To Issue Silent Partner Debut Album Via Dark Operative Digital

Texas/California-based psychedelic cyber-synth rock duo PRIVATE LIFE presents their debut album, Silent Partner, for August release through Dark Operative Digital. The first single, “Bloody Blister,” has been debuted at Echoes And Dust as the cover art, track listing, and preorders for the album have been released.

Exclusive Track Premiere: Private Life – Bloody Blister

Jack White unveils “Corporation” video

Jack White has announced today’s premiere of “Corporation,” a new companion video for one of the undisputed highlight tracks on his acclaimed third solo album, BOARDING HOUSE REACH (Third Man/Columbia). Directed by Jodeb (Imagine Dragons, Underoath), “Corporation” can be viewed now exclusively via global music streaming and entertainment platform, TIDAL. Non-members are eligible for a free 90-day trial of the service on Sprint customers with the new Unlimited Plus plan can simply download the TIDAL app and it’s free for the duration of their Unlimited Plus subscription, no credit card required.

Interpol “The Rover”

Directed by Narcos director Gerardo Naranjo, and starring Ebon Moss-Bachrach (Girls, The Punisher) it was partially shot at the band’s Mexico City press conference in June during a moment that Vanity Fair called a “blink-and-you-might-miss-it moment”

Low Cut Connie Release Video for “Oh Suzanne”

In May, Low Cut Connie released their critically-acclaimed fifth studio album Dirty Pictures (Part 2) that was recently named one of Rolling Stone’s 50 Best Albums of 2018 so far. In his four-star review, David Fricke called the record “a stand-alone triumph of missionary zeal.”

The band just announced a fall headline tour which includes stops in Boston, Chicago, Washington D.C., New Orleans, Dallas and more. They’ve also released the music video for their single “Oh Suzanne”, directed by Remy Holwick.


Alternative soul singer, Ari Lennox (Dreamville/Interscope), has just whipped up a sweet and sultry single; a well-deserved treat for fans everywhere. The single is today’s Zane Lowe Beats 1 World Record and is now available on all digital platforms. Written by Lennox and produced by Elite, “Whipped Cream” finds the vocalist pining for an old beau over a laid-back melody and amid stately horns. Lennox’s riffs and lyrics take subtle yet powerful turns, making this track easy to digest while leaving it flavored with substance; just as its name alludes.

Max Styler Heats Things Up With “Feel It”

Max Styler rides an eternal heatwave of delight on Dim Mak single “Feel It.” Styler utilizes deep bass tones, expressive vocoded vocals and anthemic turns to create an undeniable house burner. In the latest move of his rapidly evolving music career, Styler has taken a fresh approach towards his solo tracks in 2018. Moving away from the moody, glitchy future bass sounds of his 2017 output, Styler has now embraced a bright and vivid take on 4/4 house music. Styler kicked off the year with “All You Love,” a vocal house record that acted as a declaration of this new direction. The current single “Feel It” now solidifies this mission statement and signifies Styler’s transition from teenage musical whiz kid to seasoned producer.