@skopemag news for – november 28, 2018 @ 5 pm est

Dahlia Sleeps continue to impress with moving new single and EP title track ‘Love, Lost’

Today, London based alt-pop quartet Dahlia Sleeps share the third single, and title track from upcoming EP ‘Love, Lost’. Recorded and produced in the band’s own basement studio in South London, the new single once again shows the band’s deft touch when it comes to creating swirling, atmospheric pop songs.

Brother/sister duo KAYAM to release new video for “Ground”

Arista Records Artist UPSAHL Reveals Music Video For New Single “The Other Team”

“A bubbling swaying number…the 19-year-old artist displays a mature grasp and sense of self-awareness when it comes to relationships and her own emotions” – Consequence of Sound

Bob Mould shares new single

Today, Bob Mould releases the song “What Do You Want Me To Do” from his new full-length album Sunshine Rock, out February 8, 2019 via Merge Records. In addition, for the first time ever, Mould shares a behind the scenes look of his time in the studio. Never before has he allowed a camera crew to affect the creative process. Now he shares these moments with the public as the Sunshine Rock Studio Session, which debuts today with the new single.

HUMANS ETCETERA: Gift That Came Here Streaming At Svbterranean; EP Out Via Nefarious Industries Friday + Proceeds To Benefit Toys For Tots

HUMANS ETCETERA – the eclectic rock/alternative output of one Christopher Henry – will release the Gift That Came Here EP via Nefarious Industries this Friday, and Svbterranean is now streaming the entire record alongside a track-by-track breakdown of the release. Aall proceeds from the EP will be donated to Marine Toys For Tots, which distributes gifts to less fortunate children.

SVB Exclusive: HUMANS ETCETERA Premiere “Gift That Came Here” EP + Album Dissection

Iakopo Releases New Single “In the Back”!

Reflecting on how the track came into existence, Iakopo says “In the Back” was created “by talking about an experience I had being pulled over by the police with a bunch of weed in the car. I was talking to my friend Bo Napoleon, he started singing a line and we both started laughing. At first we were just talking about the story, then my producer Chaz actually started humming the bass line melody. We all started vibing and the beat was created. Then it turned in to a song, I brought my bro Yaccahmoe over to show him what we were working on. We ended up writing the verses to it the next day and the rest is history.”


Party Favor Releases Music Video for “Blame” (ft. Naïka). Out on Mad Decent

Papooz (Bon Voyage Organisation, SoKo)

Paris’ Papooz are today airing new track ‘Danger To Myself’, ahead of an upcoming London Scala headline show on December 12, 2018. Produced by Adrien Durand of Bon Voyage Organisation, the track is the much-anticipated first new music from Ulysse Cottin and Armand Penicaut since 2016’s debut ‘Green Juice’. The album spawned single release ‘Ann Wants To Dance’ (alongside a video directed by French artist & musician SoKo), which has since clocked over 12 million streams online and counting. The Scala date follows previous sold-out London shows from Papooz at Moth Club & The Sebright Arms. ‘Danger To Myself’ is streaming via Youtube here and via streaming platforms here.

Three Near-Death Experiences Later, Singer Angela Verbrugge Prevails

Some real-life stories are so remarkable, they take on a cinematic quality. In the case of singer Angela Verbrugge, her personal journey is filled with not one, not two, but three near-death experiences that have shaped her path, and have provided the fuel for her burgeoning music career: “I was in a head-on collision, almost drowned, and then, when I had three kids under five, I got a very serious kind of cancer that had spread. I decided that if I could get through the treatments and survive it, and get my life back together, I would pursue my dream.”

[NEW MUSIC] CINQO – The Realness (Official Video)

Spafford Announce Epic 2019 Winter Tour

Spafford have announced plans for an epic 2019 North American tour. The 40-date winter trek gets underway January 30 at Minneapolis, MN’s Fine Line Music Cafe and then visits major markets, colleges and ski towns across the country through a two-night-stand at Phil Lesh’s Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA on March 23 and 24.

Darkwave duo Death By Piano releases new video for “Countdown” via Impose

The video premiered via Impose Magazine where the band detailed, “‘Countdown’ is the first song we wrote together. It’s about leaving behind what you thought life might be and embracing the now. It’s about embracing change. External and internal. Facing what you fear to find more freedom.”

Reverend Horton Heat Streaming New Album

With over 1 million albums sold, REVEREND HORTON HEAT come roaring back with their 12th masterpiece Whole New Life, streaming now at Billboard. The zesty, infectious eleven track release will be available worldwide this Friday, November 30 and is the follow-up to 2014’s REV.

Daniel Romano To Release “Finally Free” This Friday via New West Records – PopMatters Premieres “Rhythmic Blood” Video Today

Daniel Romano is set to release Finally Free this Friday via New West Records. The 9-song set is Romano’s eighth long playing album in the last eight years. Recording, producing, designing his album art, and directing accompanying videos, Romano has had what understatedly would be considered a prolific output of entrancing, pognant and creative work in this span of time. Finally Free follows his acclaimed 2017 album Modern Pressure, which Noisey praised, “It’s sonically spiritual to 2016’s Mosey, and shows Romano continuing to sharpen his signature sound, combining elements of retro-tinged rock ‘n’ roll, country, and psychedelia to create a vibrant tapestry of tunes that feel just as at home in 2017 as they might in 1965” while an unnamed subjugate exclaimed, “No matter what he does, everything he puts out is better than anything else being put out by anyone else.”

THE PIANO GUYS Debut New Music Video For Their Rendition Of K-Pop Supergroup BTS’ “Epiphany”

Charlotte Adigéry Shares New Track “Paténipat”

With her new EP Zandoli, Belgian-Caribbean artist Charlotte Adigéry proves herself to be a consummate storyteller. Sometimes patently silly, sometimes deeply introspective, Adigéry’s ever-wandering mind spins tales that are absurd and poignant and ridiculously fun. Having been taught the ropes by her Martinique-born mother, namely rhythm’s relationship to musicality and the importance of a sense of humor, Adigéry is a persuasive young artist who can sing about lizards one moment and latex the next.

Music Submission: SlickMick

Back in 2016 SlickMick got hit by a car had a bleed on his brain and lost his MEMORY! But now his back 90% recovered and making tracks! Check Him Out!

SONTALK shares new video

Gearing up for the 2019 release of his debut album, SONTALK, the project of musician Joseph LeMay, today premieres an exclusive in-studio performance video for the album’s lead track “Baby, I’m Gone” at Nashville Scene. Filmed at Nashville’s Big Light Studio, the video brings to life the emotionality of the track as LeMay performs with his signature candor and a restorative vulnerability central to the music of SONTALK.

Jack Symes Premieres “Sugar Mama” via Stereofox

“Sugar Mama” will be part of Jack’s debut studio album, Songs for Moms, set to drop early 2019.

Ella Mai Releases New Ellasode

Jess Connelly drops new video ft. one of Japan’s biggest female rappers Awich

Filipino R&B singer Jess Connelly shares her captivating new video for her song “Process” ft. Japanese rapper Awich. A whole new millennium girl power mood, the video features Jess and one of Japan’s biggest female rappers, Awich, rolling through the streets of Tokyo and is directed by Michael Laburt. Jess is a classically trained vocalist who has quickly amassed millions of plays online and at the forefront of the R&B scene in the Philippines. Her latest JCON mixtape is out now and she’s currently on tour with Bay Area DJ Noodles now.