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Carly Cosgrove Unveils New Single “Fluff My Pillow”

As Carly Cosgrove prepares for the release of their forthcoming full-length album, The Cleanest Of Houses Are Empty, which will arrive via Wax Bodega on June 14, the Philadelphia natives has unveiled their new single, “Fluff My Pillow.” Singer/guitarist Lucas Naylor shares, “‘Fluff My Pillow’ puts a spin on lethargy by portraying it in an enticing way.” Opening through a gentle yet steady array of guitar strums and muted drums, “Fluff My Pillow” quickly transforms into a pop-punk rallying cry of romanticization. The track continues to grow with fervor and becomes a sonic assault of vocal coos. Check out “Fluff… Read more »


Ben Quad Covers Arm’s Length’s Song, “In Loving Memory”

Bands covering other bands! Emo act Ben Quad has covered their label and tourmates Arm’s Length’s song, “In Loving Memory,” via Wax Bodega. The act repurposes the original song into a faster rendition, with a concoction of modern pop-punk that’s infused with original emo riffs. Needless to say, listening to both side-by-side, changes the game. “We wanted to challenge ourselves and try to make the song our own by adding our own style of riffs and vocal melodies but make it distinctive,” says frontman Sam Wegrzynski about why they chose to cover this particular track. He explains that it has… Read more »


Arm’s Length Release Cover of My Chemical Romance’s Song, “I Don’t Love You”

Arm’s Length says “I Don’t Love You,” with their cover of the My Chemical Romance single. The Canadian emo outfit recently dropped this single ahead of their upcoming spring tour. While we don’t have MCR5 in our peripheral vision anytime soon, at least this raw, gut-wrenching cover satiates fans with its twisting, heartbreaking vocals that are so rarely captured when doing a rendition of a song. Especially that of My Chemical Romance.  Read more: Definitely Maybe Asks “Are We Having Fun Yet?” In Debut Music Video The single, out via Wax Bodega, takes a modern yet true crooner spin on… Read more »


100 Rising Artists To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 4

Welcome back to our fourth installment of “100 Rising Artists To Listen To In 2024”! We can’t wait for you to discover your new favorite band from us here at idobi Radio. It is never a bad time to fall in love with a new artist. Whether you prefer pop-punk, indie-rock, metal, or pop-rock, we’ve got something for you. Every day there are talented folks out there all over the world deciding to take the leap into starting a band or project. It is our job to find these acts and present them to you. If you missed parts 1-3,… Read more »


Hot Mulligan Ask “Why Would I Watch” On Brand New Album

The wait is OVER! Hot Mulligan‘s brand new album Why Would I Watch is finally out in the world for everyone’s audible pleasures. Released via independent label Wax Bodega, their latest effort finds Hot Mulligan at their poppiest, loudest and most anthemic yet. They’ve managed to hone the different style choices from their previous releases into a perfect concoction of pop, punk, rock and emo on this album. The band have highlighted the track “No Shoes in the Coffee Shop (or Socks)” as the release day single with a lovely music video to accompany it. Check out what the group… Read more »

Hot Mulligan Share New Track “Gans Media Retro Games” and Wrestle-Themed Video

Today, Hot Mulligan have released another new track from their upcoming album Why Would I Watch out May 12th via Wax Bodega. The new tune “Gans Media Retro Games” shows the band at their loudest and poppiest. This track follows the release of their song “Shhhh! Golf is On” last month, both produced by their long time studio partner, Brett Romnes. Hot Mulligan also released a goofy and dramatic wrestle-themed visual to accompany the new song and if you watch closely you might just catch a cameo from Dan Lambton. “This song is about only seeing what I’m doing wrong,”… Read more »


Hot Mulligan Announce Summer Headline Dates

Hot Mulligan has announced that they are going to be playing a string of headline shows to kick off the summer. They will be joined by an incredible set of supports in the form of Stand Atlantic, Free Throw, Cliff Diver and Ben Quad on select dates. Here are the dates that you will be able to catch them at: This announcement comes shortly after the release of the band’s newest track, “Shhh! Golf Is On“, the first single from their upcoming album “Why Would I Watch”, due May 12th via Wax Bodega. The band is currently wrapping up a… Read more »


News Flashes 11.30.22: Spotify Wrapped Stats, The Wonder Years Tour, and The Life of Clarence Gilyard

— Today we talk about Spotify Wrapped, the upcoming The Wonder Years tour, and the life of Clarence Gilyard. — It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year The time has come. Spotify Wrapped is here and our Instagram stories are flooded with everyone’s top artists and songs. Who reigned over everyone else? For the third year in a row Bad Bunny is the most globally streamed artist. He pulled in 18.5 billion streams this year like it was nothing. To no one’s surprise, Taylor Swift came in second. Her album Midnights also was the fourth most streamed album in… Read more »


Jonas Brothers, 'Twilight' rock Kids' Choice Awards

They may have only been up for one award on Saturday night at the Kids’ Choice Awards, but the night definitely belonged to the Jonas Brothers. A who’s who of teen stars were on hand at the 22nd annual awards show, hosted by Dwayne Johnson. The first award of the night, Favorite TV Show, was handed out by Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson and went to “iCarly.” “We wouldn’t be up here without you guys,” the show’s star, Miranda Cosgrove, told the super-excited crowd. Tons of celebs made appearances throughout the night, like Favorite Male Singer winner Jesse McCartney, Will… Read more »

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