Eleanor GraceHost of In Frequency
Eleanor Grace Knowles is the host and producer of In Frequency airing every Sunday night at 7pm ET. She enjoys anything having to do with music, sleeping, Parks & Recreation, and writing about herself in the third person.
Following last night’s song premiere on In Frequency, we’re excited to bring you the music video for the latest offering from Heirsound: a cover of The Internet’s “Just Sayin”. Their reimagining of the song flips the script on the bouncy hip hop of the original without losing any of its groove.
Pentimento have released their first new song in two years, “Stuck Forever”, from their upcoming 7″ of the same name.
idobi is proud to present idobi Meltdown 2015, taking place June 26th and 27th at New Jersey’s Starland Ballroom.
According to a report from CBS Radio, Tom Delonge has left blink-182 after 22 years together. However, Delonge denies that he has quit the band.
New Found Glory brought their ongoing quest to prove pop punk’s not dead to the UK earlier this month â€” and with support from The Story So Far, Candy Hearts, State Champs, and Only Rivals, they certainly made their message heard loud and clear.
idobi managing editor Eleanor Grace caught up with Kenny Vasoli in Toronto to talk about everything happening in the world of Vacationer, his songwriting approach on their most recent record Relief, navigating heartbreak and anxiety, his history with The Starting Line, and more.
The 1975 have just premiered their new song “Medicine”, taken from the BBC Radio 1 re-score of the movie Drive.
Sleeping With Sirens joined the already-stacked lineup of A Day To Remember, Chiodos, and Motionless In White for a special stop on the Parks & Devastation Tour in Chicago.
idobi photographer GaÃ«lle Pitrel was on hand to capture performances from Nai Harvest, Superheaven (formerly Daylight), and Hightower when the bands came through la MÃ©canique Ondulatoire earlier this month