@skopemag news for april 23, 2019 @ 11 am est

Official Video for “On My Way Home” – Premieres live on Tuesday, 4/22 @ 10pm

If you would like to catch the premiere of the video live, you can click the link below at 10pm this Tuesday night or go to The Grave Jinglers’ Facebook page and the video will be first on the timeline. I will be live watching and commenting.

ATUSJI Shares “Mother Complex” Track Via The 405

Today, ATUSJI, drops off “Mother Complex,” the first single from his upcoming EP, Soapbox. The track was premiered exclusively with The 405. They praised the song, saying “The melancholic atmosphere invoked by the jangly guitars has a fascinating interplay with the clicking drum machine.” Tap into the new single up top and be sure to listen to Soapbox in full when it drops May 17th with The Big Oil Recording Company.

Grey Fields – ‘Sometimes the Dark Outweighs the Wonder’

“On April 17th I released Sometimes the Dark Outweighs the Darkness. I would say it’s dark, ambient folk with western overtones. I guess it might also be beneficial to know I started working on this while recovering from a freak medical condition that almost killed me. Kind of sucked. The lyrics might make more sense.”

Lucy Gallant – ‘Darkness To Light’ Album

Gallant is excited to release her eagerly awaited self produced single Not Normal. The music on this track is an exotic cocktail of upbeat acoustic instruments and spacious electronica, with Gallant’s vocals sharing similarities to the great Amy Winehouse and sharing in the worldly charm of Manu Chao.


James Morrison’s current album ‘You’re Stronger Than You Know’ commenced a new era in the career of one of the UK’s most popular artists. Its lead single ‘My Love Goes On’ (featuring Joss Stone) was named Record of the Week and added to the A-list at Radio 2 as it raced to 8 million streams. It was followed by his first full UK tour in three years, which included what he describes as “one of my favourite gigs ever” at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

Carnage Unveils Heartfelt Official Music Video for ‘Letting People Go’

Based on the true story of Carnage’s family, the official ‘Letting People Go’ music video depicts Carnage’s grandmother’s journey as an illegal immigrant into the United States. Carnage produced the video to raise awareness and provoke social change around current immigration policies, plus is donating a portion of the proceeds from the single to the immigration non-profit RAICES – providing legal aid at the US / Mexican border.

Watch the New Video “Commitment” from Monica – MonDeenise Music

Archie Faulks pictures modern dating in ‘Wonderful’ video

Archie Faulks has released the video for his brand new single ‘Wonderful’ as he finishes his headline UK tour with a show at Camden Assembly tonight (April 23rd).


Over four Albums, Eps and countless Singles during this millennium the KEYS have become a mythical presence on the Welsh musical landscape. The timeless quality of the band’s music, touches on the wide eyed wonder and boundless possibilities of the sixties pop song, West Coast harmonies, Motown backbeat and the aggression of post 1968 proto-punk, sets them apart as true believers in the communion of Rock and Roll. KEYS are very much a band for the here and now, shaping music from the moon dust of the past into a re-imagined future that is all theirs for the taking.’ – Libertino Records

Steve Aoki and Alok Channel Classic Rave On “Do It Again”

Two-time Grammy nominated DJ and Producer Steve Aoki joins forces with Brazilian superstar Alok for their first official collaboration “Do It Again.” The Ultra / Spinnin’ Records single sees the collaborators pay homage to The Chemical Brothers’ classic track of the same name, reviving “Do It Again” into an infectious, heavy-hitting anthem suited for the next generation of ravers

Wy Share New Single/Video ‘Swedish Summer’ – Listen Now

Ahead of the release of their highly anticipated second album ‘Softie’, Swedish duo Wy have today shared the final taster of the new record; the melodic, captivating and haunting ‘Swedish Summer’. The song was the first the band wrote for the LP, which is due for release in one week via Hybris and Beatnik. Accompanied by another stunning video, directed by the band’s singer Ebba, you can listen to/watch ‘Swedish Summer’:


Already getting spins on LA’s Real 92.3 with DJ Hed and Chuck Dizzle, Chel says his new single “is a saying that we say about a bad one who not only looks, but knows her worth so she won’t settle for less. When I wrote the song, I was at Cory’s house going through beats and as the actual beat was just playing as background music, he’s showing me a girl he was potentially dating and I told him ‘damn bro, she ready!’ We both laughed and was like ‘yo, that’s a song idea’. Not even five minutes later, hook was recorded and verses were being pinned.” Chel is expected to release an EP by the end of the year.

Have you heard Emma Blackery’s empowering new single ‘Cute Without You’?

The empowering pop anthem, produced alongside Toby Scott (Little Mix, Girls Aloud, The Saturdays), is the first taste of new music from the Essex-born singer since the release of her acclaimed debut album Villains last year.