@skopemag News For September 27, 2018 @ 9 AM EST

Col3trane shares “Tyler” official video; BOOT out now

Today sees 19-year-old vocalist, musician and rapper Col3trane share the brand new video for “Tyler”. Directed by Felix Brady, who also directed Cole’s innovative video for “Language”, “Tyler” is the latest in a long series of visually-arresting visuals from Cole and finds the artist appear in a series of split-personalities in a nod to the song’s title. Debuting this morning on Noisey, Cole says, “The video is supposed to show two sides of my character. the more confident and the more insecure. The caravan sorta acts like a metaphor for my head with all this mad stuff going on inside”.


The track is available now at all digital retail providers via Sony Music U.K./RCA Records and will be included on the band’s upcoming 4-track EP entitled What Did You Think When You Made Me This Way?, which is produced by Jim Abbiss (Artic Monkeys, Kasabian, Adele), mixed by David Sardy (Catfish & The Bottlemen, Oasis, Noel Gallagher, Royal Blood), and due out October 19th.

Darkroom/ Interscope Records Release “Back On My Sh*t” From The Skate Kitchen Soundtrack, Out This Friday

Darkroom/ Interscope Records release “Back On My Sh*t” by Jaden Smith, available now on all digital platforms. The track was Zane Lowe’s “World Record” on Apple Music’s Beats 1 today. “Back On My Sh*t” will be featured on the soundtrack to the critically acclaimed new movie Skate Kitchen, in which Jaden stars, to be released this Friday, September 28, via Darkroom/Interscope Records. Featuring some of today’s most exciting artists, Skate Kitchen signifies a bold return to the iconic youth-film soundtracks of the ’80s and ’90s.

Fellow Robot release thoughtful and evocative video for “Wedding Dress”

Sci-Fi indie-rockers Fellow Robot have just released a video for the track “Wedding Dress.” The video, which premiered on queer nerd culture podcast, Homoground, features two female characters embracing their love for each other on a ranch on their presumed wedding day. The song was written by Fellow Robot lead singer Anthony Pedroza for a pair of brides whose parents would not attend their wedding. The song acts as a strong reminder of love’s ability to transgress gender boundaries and reach the human heart.

SUNFLO’ER: Invisible Oranges Offers Exclusive Premiere Of No Hell Full-Length

Experimental hardcore trio SUNFLO’ER will unleash their anticipated No Hell full-length this Friday. In advance of its release, Invisible Oranges is offering up an exclusive premiere of the record in its absorbing entirety issuing of the sonic journey, “The album’s influences are so diverse, spanning the gamut from classic blues-rock to 1990s mathcore to zeitgeisty blackgaze, yet it’s all integrated together so deftly that nothing feels out of place…. SUNFLO’ER are remorseless executioners, beheading melodies and phrases mere seconds after they are introduced, yet despite the band leaping madly from progression to progression, there are plenty of head-bobbing grooves to be found within the record’s ten tracks. The songs are largely jagged and disjointed, shifting direction with an athlete’s agility, but when SUNFLO’ER decides to lay down the jams, they commit with buckets of passion.”


Cedar Rock Media, Inc. has announced the launch of their music discovery website, which showcases singer-songwriters from across the globe and in a range of genres.

The website, The Great Page of Music, intends to make it easier for artists to be discovered by a larger fan base as well as make it easier for fans to discover artists all on one “great” page. The initial launch will make available 2000 Tune Tiles in which artists can rent one for a year at a time. During the year artist control the Tune Tile and are able to enter-change information including song and image for new releases making it prime internet property for reaching a potential larger fan base. The ease of use for the consumer will make it an ideal location to browse through many artists in a short amount of time in hopes of discovering new music in which to listen.

Dennis Quaid & the Sharks ready first album

Dennis Quaid & the Sharks’ origins can be traced to the night Quaid went to see actor Harry Dean Stanton and his longtime band perform in Los Angeles. Quaid was invited to join the band onstage. At first reluctant because of his decade-long layoff from music, Quaid finally acquiesced, and his performance sparked a musical kinship between Jamie James — guitar player in Stanton’s band and The Kingbees’ front man — and Quaid that led to them forming their own band.

French Stoner/GrPunk duo The Chainsaw Motel shared new EP for FREE DOWNLOAD

After several years playing gigs in the Underground music scene, sharing the stage with bands like Deez Nuts, Get the Shot, Dagoba or The Algorithm ; Romain and Orel decide to collab on a brand new Rock duo : The Chainsaw Motel.

WATCH – Houssein Shares Official Video For ‘Tokyo’, Out Today.

‘Tokyo’ is a captivating electro-pop production that evokes a hazy dream-like state as you listen to Houssein’s charming vocal reminisce about a whirlwind romance that sadly ended before it could become something more. On ‘Tokyo’, Houssein explains: “Tokyo is the single that I am most proud of, it is my favourite song both lyrically and sonically. The track isn’t really about the city of Tokyo, but instead the city’s name is being used as a synonym for euphoria. Tokyo can be anywhere or anything, it’s just meant to represent a wonderful and important memory – the kind of memory that makes you sad that it’s no longer happening, but happy that it ever happened at the same time.”