@skopemag news for december 13, 2018 @ noon est


“I thought this location was visually perfect for Phoebe’s performance,” says Black. “The fact that it happened to be an abandoned tuberculosis asylum was convenient.” Stranger In The Alps is available now via Dead Oceans, in both standard and deluxe digital formats.

Joey Purp “Awe Shit!” vid

Joey Purp just dropped a video for “Awe Sh*t!” off his exceptional Quarterthing LP. Directed by Jason Peterson, the video features Chance the Rapper, KAMI, Towkio and others behind a striped backlit screen all participating in Chicago-originated footwork. Check it below.

CREAM with a K Unveils Video For ‘5:35’

Tokyo via London grunge-pop chanteuse Cream with a K (a.k.a. Lee Tatlock) returns today with her hazy new video for ‘5:35’, taken from her upcoming self-titled debut album. Directed by Lawrence Randall and premiering on L’Officiel, the video was shot in the early hours on Tokyo’s Ginza Metro Line.

SoundExchange Year-End Digital Radio Charts

Ed Sheeran and his epic hit “Perfect” bring the holiday cheer as the Number One most streamed track on digital radio this year according to SoundExchange who compile the numbers each year*. Sheeran joins other standouts like Camila Cabello, Imagine Dragons, Florida Georgia Line and Post Malone, who each have two tracks on the Top 20.

Hey Skope Mag – BABYTEETH announce Adam Ant support and share new video ‘Coccoon’

That something is the new single from BABYTEETH. “Cocoon”, is the third single from the London based 5 piece, who with every release gets stronger and bolder. Another banger, it follows the success of “Shame” which saw them garner new fans in Radio 1 and Kerrang Magazine, who featured the band, not once, but twice in so many months.

Harlem’s first album, ‘Free Drugs,’ is now available on Spotify

As a special holiday gift, Harlem put their first album, Free Drugs, up on Spotify. Stream it, share it, tell your UPS driver about it, and then get ready for their new album, Oh Boy, which comes out on February 14, 2019.

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE: Introducing ‘Nebula Tuesday’ – The Wicker Man For A New Generation

When a mysterious stranger is found washed ashore on a remote Scottish island, the tightly-knit community is at first suspicious and then scheming as it slowly becomes clear that there is more than just one person on the island harbouring a secret….

House of Logic & 36 Chambers Annouce New Comic

Two emerging pop culture and entertainment brands, Chicago based illustrator Glyph Sputnik’s House of Logic, Inc. and 36 Chambers, LLC debuted a new comic book series, Samurai in a Hoodie with RZA (Wu Tang Clan) as Executive Producer. The new series is an Anime styled Manga in comic form. The best of both comic worlds collides in this action-packed adventure featuring America’s newest Icon, Yusef Green aka Samurai in a Hoodie; a Katana swinging, Hoodie wearing, Martial Arts Prodigy. Glyph first collaborated with the Wu Tang Clan when he was illustrating the cover art for Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues album released in 2017. When House of Logic, Inc pitched the concept to 36 Chambers LLC, President and Co-Founder, The RZA both teams were in immediate alignment.

Billboard Premieres Bill Baird’s “Mosquito” Video

The track is from Baird’s Owl LP which was recently released by Arthur King Presents, and ongoing album release series curated by the LA-based experimental music and art collective Arthur King. He’ll be playing two shows in California this January, one of which is with Arthur King. You can find more information below!

Manchester Orchestra Share “The Silence” Video

Manchester Orchestra today released a music video for “The Silence,” the closing track of their acclaimed album A Black Mile To The Surface, out now on Loma Vista Recordings. The video, directed by Ted Roach, features footage of the Atlanta band recording the song that segues into shots of them performing it live over the past year. Watch the video now HERE.

Justice collab with full marching band music video

Hot on the heels of their Grammy-nomination for Best Electronic/Dance Album, Justice have shared a impactful and inspiring video for “Heavy Metal” from their recently released album Woman Worldwide, on which the duo recorded the revitalized versions of their songs based on the evolution they underwent on their epic multi-year world tour. Directed by Filip Nilsson, the video stars the acclaimed NSU Spartan Legion marching band, and melds both choreographed movement and music, as the sound of the Spartans weaves in and out of the mix alongside the Justice version of the track.