Following the release of their debut album Within Each Lies The Other in 2021, As Everything Unfolds has set themselves up to be a juggernaut—not only in the UK where they hail from—but globally. The five-piece unit, led by Charlie Rolfe, has not only laid its foundation as a force to be reckoned with but has effortlessly exceeded the expectations of their peers. Now, the group has unleashed their sophomore effort Ultraviolet—a high-energy, unapologetic, 11-track masterpiece that sees As Everything Unfolds find their stride and continue to cement themselves on their genre-defying throne. As a whole, the album explores the… Read more »
Spotify Wrapped Day has officially arrived, and for voyeuristic music lovers, it’s the best day of the year. Not only do you get to realize that your music taste has basically remained the same since 2008, but you also get to see your most hardcore metal head friends admit that––yes––they did help boost Taylor Swift to the No. 1 streamed Spotify artist for the year globally. To no surprise, Swift does lead the pack, and precedes globally streamed top artists Bad Bunny, The Weeknd, Drake, and Peso Pluma. Additionally, Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd artist… Read more »
Legendary goth-rock band, The Cure, have once again added on to their lengthy tour of North America this year. The band joked that this would be the “final last show” added to the run. They have added an extra date in San Francisco on May 29th at the Shoreline Amphitheatre as their appearance at the same spot on May 27th is completely sold out. Tickets for this additional date will go on sale this Friday, April 28th at 10am. Earlier this month the band announced the expansion of the “Songs of a Lost World” tour by four additional cities, including… Read more »
Another week and another amazing collection of new songs on idobi Radio that may just become your new favourite.
New year, new playlist. Dig into new tunes on idobi Radio… MOD SUN – Flames (ft. Avril Lavigne) The Juliana Theory – Can’t Go Home THE WLDLFE – You Don’t Love Me (Like You Used To) The Wrecks – Good For Nothing WHATEVER WE ARE – Church (Tour de Session) WHATEVER WE ARE – On One (Tour de Session) Bearings – Super Deluxe Blue Eyed Giants – Radio Silence Cold Weather Kids – Keep Me Warm Suntitle – As Your Ghost Takes Flight A Better Hand – Wrong One A River Runs Thru It – Fire & Brimstone CHASER –… Read more »
Arriving as the second preview of the group’s tenth full-length album, Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs, scheduled for release on January 26, 2024, via Rise Records, Alkaline Trio has unveiled their romanticized punk ballad “Bad Time.” “‘Bad Time’ was initially inspired by a friend and crush who happened to call me while I was on tour in El Paso, Texas, as an active shooter situation was happening just across from where we were staying,” vocalist Matt Skiba explains of the release. He continues, “We could hear gunshots and sirens as the situation escalated. My friend asked if it was a bad… Read more »
‘Tis that season for us to collectively reflect on the masterful, put-it-on-repeat albums that have dropped this year. In a year brimming with exceptional releases, sifting through the best albums of 2023 proved to be a delightful challenge for the idobi Radio team. When we initially tried to narrow our favorite albums down to 23 to correspond with 2023, it proved absolutely impossible. So we took off the restraints and, ahem, opened up that pit! Welcome to the Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 2. We opted for a celebration of equality, bestowing each album with its due praise for a… Read more »
It’s that time of year when we all look back on the albums that served as the soundtrack to the last 12 months. With so many incredible releases in 2023, it was pretty tricky to narrow down our most beloved releases. idobi Radio had too many favorites to pack into one list, so today, we are unveiling our Best Albums Of 2023 Volume 1! We simply weren’t capable of ranking these albums. Instead, we chose to give them all equal praise and list them based on the release date. Additionally, this list does not include EPs or reimagined albums (those… Read more »
Pulled from their fourth studio full-length Suicide And Sunshine, Australian post-punk mainstays Trophy Eyes have issued a new video for their hopeful yet exhilarating single, “OMW.” While the video is simple in its storytelling, the striking use of color and the outdoor backdrop vividly brings the band’s punk attitude to life, fueling the energy and spirit of the track. While the group infuses “OMW” with a familiar emotional depth, the track plays on its simplicity by detailing themes of self-discovery and personal growth. A standout track on their most recent LP, “OMW” masterfully blends a pop sensibility with the raw… Read more »
On this week’s Geek Girl Riot: Sherin and Julian, your dynamic duo do a round-up all the movies, tv shows, and film festivals you’ll want to watch the week before wrapping with whatever else is on their minds. Which includes Black Adam outperforming The Flash.