idobi senior writer Catherine Yi caught up with Evan Weiss of Into It. Over It. to discuss his current headlining tour, being on TV, experimenting on the new album, and more.
idobi senior writer Catherine Yi caught up with indie pop band Gentlemen Hall to discuss opening for Third Eye Blind, having a flute player in the band, and how their hipster credibility held up in Brooklyn.
Having recently wrapped up a tour with Every Time I Die and letlive, Pittsburgh’s Code Orange Kids are returning to the studio to record one of 2014’s most anticipated albums. idobi Howl writer Alex Rudisill spoke with the band’s drummer/vocalist Jami Morgan about where the hardcore group is heading next.
2013 was an insane year for Northlane. They released their sophomore album, Singularity, in March in their home country of Australia and in November here in the states to glorifying reviews. idobi writer Alex Rudisill caught up with bassist Alex Milovic to discuss the band’s current happenings.
Birmingham, Alabama’s Erra are young and full of ambition. Taking cues from bands like Misery Signals and Between the Buried And Me, the band recently released their latest record Augment through Tragic Records and are looking to hop back on the road this year. idobi writer Alex Rudisill chatted with the band’s guitarist/clean vocalist Jesse Cash on the current status of the band.
Downwrite is a new, innovative custom songwriting platform founded by Mark Rose and Bob Nanna. We spoke with them about bringing their idea to life, the amazing products its spawned so far, and how they intend to foster an entire community of songwriters.
idobi writer Catherine Yi caught up with New Beat Fund to discuss their unique sound, the craziest nights on tour, the current Los Angeles music scene, and more.
Female-fronted power metal quintet Huntress recently wrapped up a tour with metal titans Testament, Killswitch Engage, and Lamb of God, who they’ll be heading to Europe with in the new year. Frontwoman Jill Janus plays hardball and is certainly one of the boys. Classically trained and positively wicked, Janus sat down for some girltalk with idobi writer Alex Rudisill at one of their final dates with such a legendary lineup.
idobi writer Catherine Yi caught up with Echosmith at the end of their latest tour opening up for Tonight Alive to reflect on coming up young, signing with a major label, meeting new fans, and more.
idobi writer Catherine Yi caught up with Tonight Alive towards the end of their very first US headliner to discuss their devoted fanbase, touring so far from home, the darker tones on the new album, and more.
SoCal heavy-hitters Rotting Out are on the road right now with pop punk youngsters The Story So Far. Taking cues from their idols the Suicidal Tendencies, Rotting Out are carrying on the tradition of aggressive West Coast punk and hardcore. idobi writer Alex Rudisill spoke to frontman Walter Delgado after their set at the Philadelphia […]
Embarking on their biggest tour yet, punk rock youngsters The Story So Far are still fresh off Warped Tour and are heading back across the pond with A Day To Remember this winter. At the halfway-mark of the tour in Philadelphia, idobi writer Alex Rudisill spoke with bassist Kelen Capener on their rising success, the tour’s progress, and introducing their love of hardcore to their fans.
idobi editor Eleanor Grace sat down with Citizen guitarist Nick Hamm and drummer Jake Duhaime in Toronto to talk about the writing and recording of their debut full-length Youth, the band’s own youth, winter tour survival tips, bowling analogies, and much more.
Alabama native Maria Taylor is no stranger to the music world; in addition to her solo material, she’s well known for her work with Azure Ray and Bright Eyes. We spoke with Taylor after she performed a truly lovely CMJ set to talk about her new record Something About Knowing, her songwriting process, how motherhood has changed her perspective, and more.