@skopemag news for February 27, 2019 @ 9:30 am est


Atlantic recording artist Max Frost has released his newest single along with companion video. “Money Problems,” off Max’s debut album GOLD RUSH premiered earlier today via Alternative Press.

Max Frost deals with “Money Problems” in new music video—watch

Meet Bay Ledges // “I Wonder” Video Out Now

“I Wonder” is currently featured on Spotify’s ‘The New Alt’ and ‘Indie Pop’ playlists, as well as Apple’s ‘Breaking Alternative’ playlist. The band’s older single “Safe” has over 8 million streams on Spotify, while “Straight Jacket” has over 2.5 million. They’ve also supported acts like Yoke Lore and Magic City Hippies, and have appeared at festivals including KAABOO Del Mar, Whigfest, Quebec City Summer Festival and Summerfest.

Craymo releases an uplifting song and video tribute in loving memory of his late father.

Singer/songwriter Craymo delivers a fun loving tribute to one of his Dad’s favorite sayings growing up, Take It Slow. A song about living in the moment and enjoying life. It’s how his father lived his life. His Dad, Bob, got to hear Take It Slow (Gotta Say Hey) before he passed and told his son Craymo that it was his favorite song he ever recorded. The song has made it into the Top 10 on the Euro Indie Music Chart!

Bendigo Fletcher – Terminally Wild EP

Bendigo Fletcher possesses a resolute ruggedness that recalls the Kentucky landscape that inspired it. With Singer Ryan Anderson’s songwriting and rangy, howling vocals as bedrock, the band’s creation floats along folk-rock tendencies, seeking to capture the next pop melody or psychedelic bridge within earshot.

Super Shredders Big Eyes Return With First Single “Lucky You” Off Upcoming Album

If you needed any more reason to pop open a bottle of champagne and raid your local thrift store, Big Eyes show shameless approval in their new music video, “Lucky You” out now via Kerrang!.

TrigNO Releases New Four Song EP, 4tunately

Following up his latest release, 4Sight, TrigNO decided to release an arrangement of four songs that truly show off his artistic ability. Despite only being four songs (13 minutes total), he takes the Pusha T approach going quality over quantity. With standout tracks like “TheDifference” and “Luxbucket,” TrigNO is continuing to show his talents and reinforcing the idea that he WILL be the next big sound out of the 614 (Columbus, OH).

Death Ray Vision premiere new music video for “Just Let It Die” with pro wrestlers

Death Ray Vision are premiering their music video for “Just Let It Die” today! The video is a wildly raucous and entertaining clip featuring the band getting their asses kicked by pro wrestlers inside the ring. It’s a must see!

VOWWS release the music video for “Structure Of Love II.” ft. Chino Moreno (Deftones)

VOWWS have released their latest single “Structure Of Love II” to everyone’s screens with an unapologetically stark and surreal music video, Premiering today on Revolver. The single features the powerful vocals of Chino Moreno (Deftones, Palms) and was co-produced and mixed by Danny Lohner, aka Renholdër (NIN, Marylin Manson).

ROMASA: Decibel Magazine Premieres Cheering Death Debut

Cheering Death, the impending debut full-length from New Orleans, Louisiana-based sludge/crust trio, ROMASA, will drop this Friday. Tracked in two days with James Whitten (Thou, The Body, Ossacrux et al) at his own Hightower Recording Studio and mastered by Brad Boatwright (Gatecreeper, Necrot), Cheering Death spews forth five vile hymns of sonic pessimism centered on a world of excess, apathy, disillusion, and suffering, all swathed in the twisted artwork of Ogi (instagram.com/coffincrux).

Full Album Stream: Romasa – “Cheering Death”

UNI (GOASTT) Share “American Fag” Video On The Advocate | Spring Tour With The Claypool Lennon Delirium

The Advocate has shared the video for UNI’s new single “American Fag”. Along with the video, The Advocate did an in-depth interview with the band. Recently, BrooklynVegan shared the video for Uni’s single “Destroyer”. The band is also playing a spring tour with The Claypool Lennon Delirium.

Mexico City Blondes Release New Track “Addio” | ‘Blush’ Now Available For Pre-Order

Mexico City Blondes have released the first single from Blush, their upcoming full-length debut album on Burger Records out May 3. The track, “Addio” is available to stream today on all major streaming services. The trip-hop tinged song has its roots in a personal loss experienced by vocalist and keyboard player Allie Thompson.