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.
Front Porch Step has covered the Christmas classic “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” for his upcoming EP ‘Whole Again.’ The EP drops December 2nd.
To celebrate the November 22nd release of A Million Miles by Amy Fleisher Madden, we’re giving away five copies of the book and some rad t-shirts to go along with them.
Interpol, as well as many others in upstate New York, have been stranded in the street due to a snowstorm that brought more than six feet of snow.
There For Tomorrow have announced their decision to break up. The band will play two final shows in Orlando this December.
Animal Manufacturing Co.’s Youtube channel has recently “re-released” four tracks from Crimson + Clover’s 1999 EP. The band is the focal point of company owner Amy Fleisher Madden’s upcoming book A Million Miles.
We The Kings have announced their new acoustic album Stripped, which will be released November 24th.
Taking Back Sunday have announced the release of Happiness Is: The Complete Recordings.
Hayley Williams will receive Billboard’s first Trailblazer Award at their 9th annual Women In Music Award Ceremony this December. Williams was also named one of idobi’s Leading Ladies of Alternative.
Close Grip vocalist Brad Hancock was shot and killed Saturday night outside of the music venue The Core in Salt Lake City. Local police have arrested a suspect for suspicion of homicide.
Dropkick Murphys cancelled their Tulsa show after a fatal bus accident involving a pedestrian in Austin, Texas, Saturday. They band posted a statement about the event on their Facebook.
WLFPCK are streaming another new song called “Get To You.” The band is currently giving away the song for free on Soundcloud.
Bad Suns have released a new music video for their song, “Salt”. This is taken from their album, ‘Language & Perspective’, which came out in June via Vagrant Records.
Having been through more than their fair share of ups and downs, it would have been easy for Such Gold to quietly implode—but it doesn’t seem to be in their blood to just give up.