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CARR Covers The Kooks’ “Naive” Live At idobi Studios

In the wake of her recent visit to the idobi Studios in North Hollywood, the luminous artist under the banner of Pete Wentz’s DCD2 Records, CARR, cast her radiant presence once again upon our studio stage. With an air of anticipation, she embarked on a stripped-back rendition of her latest opus, the entrancing “Spiral City.” Yet, this was merely a prelude to her masterful reinterpretation of The Kooks‘ classic masterpiece, “Naive.” Enveloped by the skillful harmonies of her guitarist, CARR embarked on a journey of artistic metamorphosis in comparison to her discography. Armed with an acoustic canvas, she masterfully reshaped… Read more »


CARR Performs Stripped-Back “Spiral City” Live At idobi Studios

Throughout the summer, the music scene has been electrified by the sensational rising artist, CARR, who holds an impressive signing to Pete Wentz‘s renowned DCD2 Records. As the sparks of summer come to a close, CARR has been setting stages ablaze with her extraordinary performances on Fall Out Boy‘s So Much For (Tour) Dust run. Despite the tour coming to a close this week on August 6 after an impressive 29-show run, leading up to the tour, CARR has been issuing single after single in preparation, including “Dirty Shoes,” “Sick Bro,” and her most recent “Spiral City.” In a mesmerizing… Read more »


Daisy Grenade Ask “Are You Scared Of Me Yet?” In New Video

In the midst of their skyrocketing success, 2023 has undeniably become the year of Daisy Grenade. Following the release of their debut video for “Got It Bad” earlier this year, consequently, the band has been making waves since the release. The industry took notice, leading to their signing with the prestigious Public Consumption and DCD2 Records, solidifying their status as rising stars. Building upon their early achievements, Daisy Grenade recently unveiled their highly anticipated Cult Classic EP, which featured their latest offerings “Got It Bad” and “Riot.” The EP showcased their versatility and evolution as artists, featuring a diverse range… Read more »


Daisy Grenade Drops Extended ‘Cult Classic’ With New Song “Riot”

Following the exciting announcement that Daisy Grenade has joined the Public Consumption and DCD2 Records earlier this month, the band has issued an extended version of their 2022 EP, Cult Classic, featuring their latest tenacious single “Got It Bad” and the never-before-heard “Riot.”  The EP’s newest single, “Riot,” takes the duo’s enthralling cotton candy-colored pop-punk sound to new heights. Ringing in your ears right of the rip, “Riot” opens with a punchy guitar riff and throbbing drumming, the song exudes an unapologetic rebellious spirit reminiscent of early aughts feminism. The lyrics channel a sense of defiance and empowerment, encouraging listeners… Read more »


We’ve “Got It Bad” For The New Daisy Grenade Single

Leading up to their tour run with Fall Out Boy and a stint on Sad Summer Fest this summer, Daisy Grenade has unveiled their tenacious new single, “Got It Bad.” “Got It Bad” solidifies Daisy Grenade‘s position as a compelling presence and serves as their debut single on Public Consumption and the iconic DCD2 Records, the label imprint owned by their mentor Pete Wentz. Right off the rip, “Got It Bad” puts you in a death grip with their intoxicating guitar runs and the fusion of Dani Nigro and Keaton Whittaker’s feverish vocals ringing across the cotton candy-colored pop-punk ballad.… Read more »


Gym Class Heroes’ Travie McCoy Joins Fall Out Boy On Stage In NYC

As Fall Out Boy‘s enchanting So Much For (Tour) Dust draws to a close this weekend on August 6, a special guest and old friend graced the stage last night at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY. While the band flawlessly sailed through their initial 16 tracks, Gym Class Heroes‘ charismatic frontman, Travie McCoy, joined the ensemble for two cover performances. The first rendition was Gym Class Heroes and Adam Levine‘s 2011 hit “Stereo Hearts,” delivered with an ingenious twist. Fall Out Boy‘s lead singer, Patrick Stump, set the stage with a piano introduction, passionately delivering Levine’s iconic opening lines,… Read more »


The Holiday that is Juneteenth + A New Punked Out Soundtrack to Celebrate It

My eyes were truly opened when I was sixteen years old and moving to East Texas from Southern California. We moved in early June and just a couple of weeks later a holiday was being celebrated, one I had never heard of: Juneteenth. Like anyone else who hears about something for the first time, I started to ask questions. I realized I was completely oblivious to the fact that it took two and a half years for the enslaved to be freed in Texas on June 19, 1865, after the Emancipation Proclamation. I remember my first year back in California, watching the… Read more »

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