@skopemag news – friday – october 15, 2021 @ 5 pm est

@skopemag news – friday – october 15, 2021 @ 5 pm est

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out now: ENDLESS – Lapse: The Guilt We Hold (NJ post-hardcore)

Recorded by Adam Cichocki, the EP’s six tracks expound on the undeniable importance of self-worth and the dichotomy of using seemingly dark situations as motivation to overcome.

Formed at the beginning of 2020, ENDLESS is an atmospheric post-hardcore band based in Central New Jersey. Consisting of members Dan Ward (vocals), Scott Schmidt (guitar), Pete Ross (guitar), Andrew Archey (bass), and Brett Miller (drums), ENDLESS has set its focus on creating thematic and cinematic landscapes within its music.

Video Premiere: Endless – ‘Lapse’

Indie Rock Band BLUE J Announce Debut Album; Share New Single 

Today, indie-alternative band Blue J announced they will release their debut record, A Sign Of Good Luck, on March 4, 2022. Inspired by living in Vancouver for the last decade, A Sign Of Good Luck is a romantic reflection of its urban surroundings, from the city’s parks, beaches and gardens to its ubiquitous glass buildings.


Thuy’s soothing vocals and authentic lyricism and honesty stand out on “in my head” as she sings over a melodic and moody, guitar-driven beat. If you’re feeling crazy, “in my head” is the song to help you feel sane.

SNAFU: Detroit Hardcore Thrash Merchants Unleash “Amazing Waste” Video; Exile//Banishment Full-Length Out TODAY

Detroit hardcore punk thrashers SNAFU (Situation Normal All Fucked Up) are pleased to unleash their video for “Amazing Waste.” The latest installment of audio/visual punishment comes by way of the band’s new full-length Exile//Banishment, out TODAY via Housecore Records in North America.

The Adventure Zone // Dungeons & Dragons Indie Pop Single

Greatly affected by their profound message, Henry shares her unique interpretation in finding solace and community through a kaleidoscopic and dreamy musical experience.

Emily Henry has received acclaim from the likes of LADYGUNN, Earmilk and Atwood Magazine among others.


Upon the heels of his most recent single, “No Trends,” rapper/songwriter Mike Dimes is back to remind the rap game that he is a force here to stay. “WISS” is a potent, charismatic record with energy-filled lyrics complemented by Dimes’ dynamic flow and a daunting beat you won’t hear elsewhere. “WISS” represents being a silent threat, an acronym for a Wolf In Sheep’s Skin (WISS) and the epitome of Mike Dimes’ entrance into the industry. Watch the official video now available via YouTube –

Acclaimed Alt-Pop Songwriter My Silent Bravery Announces New Lyric Video via Vents Magazine

Matthew Wade had the following to say about the song: “This song could be the dark horse song of the new ‘Bigger’ album. When recording it with my team, Russell Ali said he thought this would be the song to break My Silent Bravery into the mainstream. The song has a pop accessibility to it. This song feels like the male version of a Taylor Swift romance song, and I mean that in a good way. I’m not afraid to wear my heart on my sleeve. Who doesn’t like a happy ending with a big, long-awaited kiss?!”

PREMIERE: My Silent Bravery Releases New Lyric Video For “Kiss Your Mouth”

ICYMI- Watch Princess Superstar’s Animated Lyric Video for “Gettin’ Older (P**** Still Pop!)”



This latest release contains a Chris Brown-assisted track “Do I Ever” as well as his recently released singles “Something In The Water” featuring Maeta and “I Don’t Wanna.” Tone Stith is currently on tour, which kicked off with H.E.R.’s Lights On Festival on September 19th. From headlining shows in Los Angeles and New York to supporting H.E.R. on her Back of My Mind Tour, Tone is taking over stages throughout the country to close out an unforgettable year.

FRACTURES & OUTLINES Despise Covid Times In New Music Video “Vultures”

The track is a hard-hitting mosh anthem that fulminates the band’s frustration towards the current state of the world and their anger concerning seeing people around them falling for misinformation and conspiracies. As you listen, you can hear a blend of musical elements similar to early Silverstein and heavy-riffing like A Day to Remember. The band explains the track in further detail:

Dream Phases Share New Single + Video “Don’t Forget Love” Via American Songwriter

On the video, the band said: “The inception for the video began when our friend Spooky, who runs the LA art performance space Non Plus Ultra, called us to say he had inherited some set pieces from an old Mac Miller shoot and that we should use them to make a new video. We came up with an idea to recreate an old 70’s late night talk show, ala the Johnny Cash show, Dick Cavett, Playboy After Dark, complete with a host, an actress, friends sipping cocktails, and the band performance space. We built the set and painted the platform pieces colors from the New Distractions album cover. The video was shot all in one night and edited over the following weeks. It captures something of a combination between those old late night shows and public access tv, and was super fun to make.”

Dream Phases Mend a Broken Heart on “Don’t Forget Love”