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Rose Villain

Rose Villain is a singer and songwriter from Milan, Italy, now based in New York City.  A film and horror enthusiast – shes inspired by directors including Quentin Tarantino, the Cohen Brothers, Stanley Kubrick and David Lynch - and a fashion devotee, her eclectic interests include poetry, aliens, criminology and natural catastrophes, all of which find their way into her singular lyric sensibility. Having grown up on a love of rock – Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, GunsNRoses and Metallica to name a few – Rose was soon drawn to hip hop, citing Kanye West as a major influence. Her music fuses pop, trap and 80s vibes.

 

Her debut single ‘Get The Fuck Out Of My Pool’ – produced by SIXPM – was released in the summer of 2016. With hints of early Rihanna, it fused together modern dance music and African tribal percussions – live drums were recorded with Berbers in Morocco – complete with Villains provocative, no-holds-barred attitude. ‘Get The Fuck Out Of My Poolwas swiftly followed by second single ‘Geisha,a mix of glitchy, beat-heavy electronica coupled with the rock guitar that Rose loves and her effortlessly provocative vocal delivery. Both singles were originally released independently, but later picked up and re-released by Universal Germany. Meanwhile, Rose was also co-writing and featuring on the hit single, “Don Medellin” for Italian hip-hop superstar Salmo, which topped the Italian Spotify charts upon its release.

In 2017, Rose released “Kitty Kitty”, for which Vogue Italia premiered the noir-influenced video, as well as a live video of “Geisha” (premiered by UK tastemaker mag Clash) and a remix of the same song by hot European production squad Swanky Tunes. At the same time, Vogue Italias support has extended to featuring Rose in a recent Milan campaign with Converse.

 

Her new single "Funeral Party," scheduled for release in the second half of 2018, is an infectious mix of island influences and urban beats powered by Roses defiantly celebratory vocals. The video – written and directed by Rose (as always) and shot in Kingston, Jamaica- features Rose as an unusually seductive, not so Grim Reaper.

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SKOLES

The band formerly known as Wild Wild Horses has announced that they are embarking on a new chapter with a new name: SKOLES.

 

Letter from the artist:

 

“Hello/Goodbye.

 

You have no idea how much your support has changed my life. I am humbled, inspired, and proud of the journey we took as Wild Wild Horses.

 

That journey has come to an end.

 

To be in the same room as the members of this band was an honor; let alone touring the country with three of the best musicians I have ever seen or heard. Thank you.

 

Here and now, a whole new chapter begins.

 

This is something that I’ve poured my whole heart into. This is something for all of you that are still here.

 

This is SKOLES.

 

See you on the other side.

 

Stay tuned…

 

- Jack”

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