Valley Hush is a dream come true, literally. The combined goals of the Detroit duo, producer/musician Alex Kaye and vocalist Lianna Vanicelli, were realized when they came together to create sincere pop sounds that don’t have to be pinned to one genre.
It’s new music Friday, and we’re joining in on the fun by bringing you a hard rocking premiere from Atlas Will Sound. You can check out the band’s new track “Drop Terrorist” below!
Someone take us to the beach, because Young Natives has declared summer ain’t over yet. The band is premiering their new track “So/So” exclusively with idobi.com, and there’s no doubt it’ll inspire you to break out your tank tops and flip flops one more time. The track is like a poppier The 1975, or a more indie […]
If you’re not ready to fall in love with a kick-ass, female fronted rock band, run far away from this post. Today, we’re premiering the brand new music video from New York City’s MISTAKES.
To The City is a mysterious band. We don’t know who they are, or where they’ll go next, but we do know that they’re about to drop a pretty rad music video. How? They brought it here to premiere.
What happens when a group of masked rockers get together? Amerakin Overdose’s new track “Letting Go”. This one not only boasts the Portland, Oregon group, but also a special appearance from the equally ferocious Waylon Reavis (formerly of Mushroomhead).
On Mondays, it seems like #NewMusicFriday is a millennium away. Because it would suck to wait that long, we’re bringing you one of this week’s best releases four days early.
In case you forgot, Fridays are a great time for new music. Since we live by this rule, we thought it was a good time to bring you the latest song from Rick Rocker, titled “How Long.”
Some bands overcome obstacle after obstacle to become who they are today, and The Gills is one of those bands. The Pensacola, Florida turned Nashville, Tennessee band have brought the premiere of their latest single, “Aria”, here to idobi.com…