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Pete Wentz Launches New Designs Via Clandestine Industries

Pete Wentz has done it again! After reviving Clandestine Industries last year just in time for the holidays, a second drop of merch for the iconic brand has officially arrived. This round includes a hoodie, a three-pack of socks with the iconic bat logo that Wentz is known to frequently flaunt, a long-sleeve T-shirt, and two other shirt designs. In 2023, the Fall Out Boy bassist’s fashion line made a sudden return, inspired by him looking back on his career. “Sitting at home during the pandemic, I went through the archives in my storage and really missed so much of… Read more »


Pete Wentz Relaunches Clandestine Industries With Merch Drop

Attention all emos, Pete Wentz, and Fall Out Boy fans—the illustrious and celebrated Clandestine Industries has relaunched after ceasing production in 2012. When Wentz established the brand in 2005, it heralded a significant transformation in fashion for those who found solace in misfit music and gave rise to highly coveted clothing designs. Devotees of this brand will fondly remember the unmistakable Clandestine bat logo that Wentz frequently sported, particularly his iconic Clandestine bat belt, which became an enduring symbol of his distinctive style. In a statement on the homepage, Wentz shares, “Since I was a little kid, I loved dressing… Read more »


Ben Mollin to head "The Clandestine Industries salon" for Pete Wentz

Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz is opening a punk-themed unisex beauty parlor in Chicago, according to the New York Daily News. Wentz will call it The Clandestine Industries salon. Head stylist Ben Mollin from Bravo’s “Shear Genius” is already booking appointments, but the first snips won’t happen until the hair cuttery opens in April. This isn’t the first time Wentz has branched out beyond the music industry. He has his own fashion line – Clandestine Industries Clothing (coming soon to your local Nordstrom) – and opened the Angels and Kings bar, in New York, last April with friends Gym Class… Read more »


girl in red Announces The Doing It Again Spring Tour

Norwegian singer girl in red announces the Doing It Again tour. She’ll be joined by alt-indie acts The Beaches and Momma across the run Tickets go on sale to the public on Friday, February 16 at 10 AM local time. The run is ahead of her upcoming second album, I’M DOING IT AGAIN, BABY! which drops on April 12 via Columbia Records. She recently issued the first single and music video from the upcoming LP, “Too Much.” This will be her first full-length since her 2021 debut if i could make it go quiet. Read more: Pete Wentz Launches New… Read more »


Verswire Launches Publishing Arm With Kobalt Music Group, Signs Travis Mills-Led girlfriends

If any company has seen its star rising in a standout year, it’s Verswire. Guided by founder and CEO Sherry Saeedi (co-host of Face The Music on idobi Radio), Nick Lippman of Lippman Entertainment (as well as the co-host of The Real Modern Family and Face The Music on idobi Radio), blink-182’s Mark Hoppus, and Fall Out Boy bassist/Clandestine Industries founder, Pete Wentz, the revolutionary and forward-thinking VC-modeled company has been making seismic shifts in the alternative music space since its launch less than two years ago. Today, Verswire takes another giant, progressive forward leap with the announcement of its… Read more »


AFI, KennyHoopla, Poppy To Join Thirty Seconds To Mars On Tour

After an exciting surprise performance of “The Kill (Bury Me)” with rising alt artist KennyHoopla at When We Were Young Fest in October, Thirty Seconds To Mars has announced the Seasons World Tour 2024. Kenny will be joining the tour’s North American run as support alongside veteran punk-rockers AFI and Poppy. During Thirty Seconds To Mars’ second performance at WWWY Fest, KennyHoopla jumped on stage with the group for a breathtaking rendition of the band’s hit track “The Kill (Bury Me).” While fans certainly anticipated the band to bring “The Kill” to the festival stage, no one was ready for… Read more »


Celebrating 10 Years Of idobi Radio’s Fish And Gone Fishkin

Cast your mind back a decade, and think about where you were and what you were doing. Well, for fans of idobi Radio and our charismatic host, Fish, we have the privilege of pinpointing that moment precisely. A decade ago, exactly to the day, Fish embarked on the maiden voyage of his idobi show, Gone Fishkin. What started as an internship with Gunz of The Gunz Show on idobi Radio has, in a remarkable decade of growth and passion, brought Fish to where he is today. In this exclusive interview with Fish to celebrate a decade (not entirely under the… Read more »


Midtown Announces First Annual Chrismukkah Spectacular Show

Someone call Seth Cohen because Chrismukkah has certainly taken over the holiday season! Midtown, the beloved New Jersey pop-punkers the scene fell in love with upon their inception in 1998, has announced their first annual Chrismukkah Spectacular show on December 21 at The Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ. After an extended hiatus, the group reunited in 2022 for their Ressurection Tour as well as to support My Chemical Romance on several dates of the My Chemical Romance North American Reunion Tour in the fall of 2022. Midtown’s Chrismukkah Spectacular will see the band in their hometown tearing it up with… Read more »


Pete Wentz wants you to harass Gabe Saporta

When MTV told Pete Wentz he couldn’t expose Cobra Starship singer Gabe Saporta’s personal phone number during the VMAs with this t-shirt, he was forced to cover the actual number with duct tape. But like a man wrongly convicted of murder finding a piece of evidence to set him free, a day of vindication upon us. Clandestine Industries  made these shirts to right MTV’s wrong, because Gabe Saporta deserves to be harassed by fans. His personal phone number on the front, personal email on the back. Good luck, Gabe. Limited Edition (a.k.a. until Gabe totally freaks out). {image removed}


Fall Back Boy

Pete Wentz was treated to dinner a few months ago by Lyor Cohen, the renowned rap promoter and U.S. music chief of Warner Music Group. Wentz, 28, is the eyelinered heartthrob and bassist of punk band Fall Out Boy; but this dinner was in celebration of the hit single just released by another band, Panic! At the Disco, which records on Wentz’s own label, Decaydance. “He asked me, ‘What do you want out of life, Pete?’” Wentz says. His answer was flip: business cards. The next day he received a stack of cards listing his name and a new title:… Read more »

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