idobi photographer Aud Lew shot Manchester Orchestra, Kevin Devine & The Goddamn Band, and Balance and Composure while their tour stopped by Terminal 5 in New York, NY.
Manchester Orchestra will head out on tour in April with Kevin Devine and Balance and Composure. Tickets are available now here. Yesterday the band released the track “Top Notch” and are now giving it away for free on their website. There you will also find pre-orders for their upcoming album COPE. You can see the […]
Watch Kevin Devine’s lyric video for “Private First Class.”
Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band just released a new music video for “Bubblegum” off their upcoming record of the same name, which comes out on October 15.
Kevin Devine has a massive announcement today that includes album titles and details for both of his new albums (due out this fall), his upcoming fall tour, and he has released a new song titled “Private First Class.” All of this information, including tour dates, can be found by clicking “Read More.”
We’re proud to present the official Meltdown 2013 photo gallery, featuring stunning shots of Circa Survive, Minus The Bear, I Am The Avalanche, The Menzingers, and more!
Are you coming to idobi Meltdown on March 9? Our very own Josh Madden will be DJing between sets. Tune in to First Person tonight and get a taste of what you’ll be missing if you don’t come.
We are unbelievably excited to announce the lineup of the first annual idobi Meltdown Festival!
Heading into its 16th year, Lollapalooza will take place August 3rd-5th at Grant Park in Chicago, IL. This year’s headliners include Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys, Black Sabbath, Florence + The Machine and a recently reunited At The Drive-In.
It ladies night tonight on First Person with Josh Madden.
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Glancing up momentarily from his guitar, Kevin Devine grinned at the crowd. His repeated proclamation of “Awesome!” mixed well with a guitar riff to produce a one-word song between him and the crowd, which by that point had effortlessly filled up all three levels of Melbourne’s Palace Theatre.