The Maine: When Culture Creates Family

January 19, 2017 | By Hannah Hines

The Maine may only be five members but they’ve created a whole little world—and not just for themselves.

(Un)Covered: I Want You Back

January 18, 2017 | By Sam Devotta

A Loss For Words modernizes a Jackson 5 classic in this week’s (Un)Covered.

1 in 5: How Repealing the ACA will Impact the Disabled Community

January 18, 2017 | By idobi Staff

As January 20th approaches, many communities are preparing for the changes and uncertainty that lie ahead with the new administrations.

Growing Up With The Maine

January 17, 2017 | By Jenna Cafora

With 2017 comes the 10th anniversary of The Maine’s Stay Up, Get Down and The Way We Talk.

Feels Like Home: The Maine

January 16, 2017 | By Dana Reandelar

On several occasions I find myself thinking back to the first time I saw The Maine live.

The Maine Taps a Rare Vein

January 13, 2017 | By idobi Staff

The Maine is ten years old in 2017. The core of any band blessed with longevity must surely be friendship.

You Are Watching a Band Called The Maine

January 12, 2017 | By Sam Devotta

You’re standing in a small venue. People milling about, chatting or ordering another drink at the sticky bar while everyone waits impatiently for the band to come out. The excitement is palpable. It’s nothing unusual—isn’t this what a pre-concert venue always looks like?—but what’s different is the band you’re waiting for. A band of five […]

How To: The Maine

January 11, 2017 | By idobi Staff

Follow these six easy steps to learn how to become a fan of The Maine.

(Un)Covered: The Phantom of the Opera

January 11, 2017 | By Sam Devotta

A metal version of The Phantom of the Opera’s theme song is EXACTLY what you need to hear right now.

The Maine: From Behind the Lens

January 10, 2017 | By audreylew

Over the years, The Maine has continuously produced material that does not disappoint. But perhaps the most respectable part of their evolution is that they’ve made it a point to do what they want and have hustled to get to where they are.