Even though No Devolucion starts off with the urgency that we have come to know from Thursday over the past 13 years, it is quickly apparent that this album is much different.
Earlier this week, it was made official: Myspace Music has officially bought out idobi. While many rumors are swarming around Myspace, it has decided to expand its empire and presence on the internet.
It is rare for a family to produce one golden voice, let alone two. Yet, we have been fortunate enough for the Matos brothers to realize that they have voices that are perfect to complement one another in a pop rock band.
One of our writers, Jamie McGrath, is entered in a contest with Dockers to win $100,000. His idea involves opening a new music venue in northern New Jersey. Head to Facebook to like the Dockers page and vote!
Last week, our very own Jamie McGrath sat down with the guys in A Lifelike Story.
Tonight at 5pm Delaware rock duo The Great Valley will be taking over the idobi airwaves, playing some of their favorite tunes and discussing their upcoming album Ruthless.
Very often, the songwriter of a band will find himself writing songs and covering topics that do not fit in to the theme or feel of his current band’s sound.
Here is a message from The Great Valley regarding the delay of their debut LP “Ruthless”
James Murphy has been releasing material under the LCD Soundsytem moniker for 9 years.
On Thursday, Jamie McGrath sat down with Ben Leibsch of You, Me and Everyone We Know after their set on the second to last day on the “Would It Kill You?” tour with Hellgoodbye, Gold Motel and Now, Now Every Children.
Not very often does an album or band hit you like a tornado upon first listen, and End Measured Mile by Make Do and Mend does just that.
According to the White Stripes’ website, the band has decided to stop making music and performing live.
Recently, Jamie McGrath got a chance to talk with Jim Suptic of the Get Up Kids to discuss the history of the band as well as the new record, There Are Rules.
Recently, Jamie McGrath sat down with the lead singer of Canadien alternative rock band Default, Dallas Smith. They discussed touring, the state of the music industry and Default’s latest album, Comes and Goes.