Welcome back to Man Of The Hour, where the conversations only get weirder and the music only gets better. This week, the guys discuss topics such as Instagram followers, Nintendo, and rhythm guitarists. We also find out whether Seb’s estate will become an aquarium, skate park, or Mickey Mouse house in the event of his death and his wife’s remarriage. Hear it all here on Man Of The Hour! Today’s episode is brought to you by, Sonos. The smart speaker system that streams all your favorite music to any room, or every room. Control your music with one simple app,… Read more »
Welcome back to Man Of The Hour, where the conversations only get weirder and the music only gets better.
When We Were Young Fest is ready for another run. With the announcements of next year’s dates on October 19 and 20, the stacked lineup has fans excited with the number of acts performing iconic albums. From Cobra Starship, Hey Monday, Millionaires to Fall Out Boy, 3OH!3, and more, there will be a ton of tunes that audiences are stoked to hear live (maybe even for the first time!) Here are 15 songs we’re dying to hear at When We Were Young 2024. 1. The Sharpest Lives — My Chemical Romance With a noticeable opening heavy bass line, the fourth… Read more »
The line between alternative music and pop music has blurred even more. Bring Me The Horizon and Spiritbox are carrying the torch Linkin Park lit almost twenty years ago, but who’s next?
Ah, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. A hallowed American institution and a can’t-miss event for Garfield fans. As the New York City-based parade progresses through the streets, so too does it run across almost every television screen in the nation. While the floats and balloons ranging from the Pillsbury Doughboy, Kermit The Frog, and Snoopy have remained iconic for years upon years, we are still fixated on the unbelievable alternative celebrity guest cameos through the mid-2000s and early 2010s. After all, what’s a better precursor to bizarre, unsolicited political dinner conversation than a live performance from Plain White T’s? These… Read more »
Welcome to the final installment of idobi Radio’s Best Albums of 2023. With so many incendiary records released this year, crafting this list was incredibly challenging to say the least. From break-out acts, to legendary mainstays, we were gifted with so many fantastic collections of music in 2023. Join us in taking a trip down memory lane of the last year and reminisce over the memories made along the way. If you are just now joining, make sure to go back and take a peak at our Best Albums Of 2023 Volumes 1 and 2. And fear not. In the… Read more »
UK punkers The Menstrual Cramps have released their new single, “Body Politics,” and signed to Alcopop! Records. The band also announced headline shows in the new year, including Manchester Punk Fest, Outer Town Festival, and 2000 Trees. The song is based on a deeper political meaning of bodily autonomy and identity. With quick drums and a strong beat, the song kicks in by repeating the title and includes, “Body politics/Gender is performative/I didn’t choose my gender it was placed on me.” Clocking in under three minutes, it’s a good old-fashioned pointed punk song that challenges the status quo. Vocalist Emilia… Read more »
NOAHFINNCE weaves a spellbinding narrative in his latest music video for “SCUMBAG,” drawing inspiration from the enchanting world of Harry Potter. The alt-artist, who initially dropped the track in October, uses this magical realm to shed light on issues of transphobia and confront TERFs (trans-exclusionary radical feminists). Evoking the nostalgia of J.K. Rowling‘s iconic book series and the subsequent film adaptations that captivated audiences in the late ’90s and early/mid-2000s, NOAHFINNCE transforms the familiar wizarding world into a canvas for his powerful message. Despite the enchantment of Harry Potter, recent statements from Rowling have shifted the narrative, prompting discussions about… Read more »
After captivating audiences with their debut independent release, “Nevermind,” earlier this year, Australian pop-punk mainstays Between You & Me have launched their latest sonic gem—the scream-worthy new single, “YEAH!” Sam Guaiana, who previously worked with the band on their 2021 full-length album Armageddon, produced the single after flying from Canada to Australia at the top of the year. Embarking on a musical journey guided by the tender caress of an acoustic guitar, “YEAH!” swiftly metamorphoses into a sun-drenched, infectious masterpiece. Across the track, vocalist Jake Wilson reigns supreme, wielding his commanding prowess to seize your attention. As the track surges… Read more »
Let’s dive straight into this alternate reality and see what a universe would look like if the soundtrack for The Marvels was composed of emo tunes. Since the three leads all grew up in different decades, it gives us the opportunity to include emo from varying eras. Let’s break it down between these leading women.