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late night drive home Signs To Epitaph, Releases “Stress Relief” Video

Inking a deal with Epitaph Records, indie-rock sensation late night drive home has unveiled a captivating new music video for their 2021 viral hit, “Stress Relief.” The track appeared on the group’s acclaimed five-track EP, Am I Sinking Or Am I Swimming? Officially gracing streaming platforms in September 2021, the track has garnered more than 60 million streams since its release. Hailing from El Paso, TX, the Latin-led four-piece—comprised of lead singer Andre Portillo, guitarist Juan “Ockz” Vargas, bassist Freddy Baca, and drummer Brian Dolan—reflects on the bilingual track’s success. Despite their gratitude, they view “Stress Relief” as a deeply… Read more »


Houseplant Unboxing, US of C and Medical Testing in Maine

Today the nerds start with unboxing of Sasha’s early Christmas present–A Houseplant rolling tray! It’s a piece of stoner art and the nerds are stoked to break it in with some Cookies Georgia Pie! Then we get into some New York and New Jersey Canna-news and finish with some insanity from Maine. The whole show is a silly fun time, so why don’t you rep the nerds with some holiday merch! Use shipping code XMASNERDS for free shipping! And don’t panic! It’s organic!


Wheatus Surprises With “Christmas Dirtbag” Single And EP

As everyone heads back to their hometowns for the holidays, Wheatus reminds fans that we’re all still “Christmas Dirtbag.” The jolly re-work of their iconic song “Teenage Dirtbag” landed in listeners’ stockings yesterday from their latest release, Just A Dirtbag Christmas EP. It also features two original Christmas songs, a cover of “Feels Like Christmas,” and an instrumental strings revision of “Teenage Dirtbag.” Frontman Brendan B. Brown took to Instagram to announce the EP and to call for fans to submit videos for the single’s music video. He says, “We’re making a video! We’re making a Christmas Dirtbag…and you should… Read more »


Indio Downey Delves Into New Single “Dume” And EP ‘Cigarettes In Bed’

Indio Downey, poised to release his debut solo EP, Cigarettes In Bed, on January 19, 2024, beckons with a soul-stirring prelude—his latest single, “Dume.” This resonant composition stands as the third preview to the forthcoming 6-track opus, peeling back the layers of Downey’s past struggles with addiction. Under the guise of a symphony of shimmering synths, a heavy bassline, and Downey’s mellifluous delivery, “Dume” serves as a caustic metaphor, intricately entangling the threads of a fatal attraction to the seductive allure of self-destruction. In the broader view, Cigarettes In Bed emerges as a labyrinth of one’s own vulnerabilities and arduous… Read more »


Bad Suns Express Growth On Their New EP ‘Infinite Joy’

As Bad Suns bask in the infinite joy emanating from their new EP, the six-track collection is more than meets the eye. In the creative universe of Christo Bowman, the visionary force of the group alongside Gavin Bennett (bass) and Miles Morris (drums), the group paints an ocean of emotions across each song, musing in on sorrow, pain, and joy. Ultimately, the amalgamation of the tracks on Infinite Joy reflects a picture of immense personal growth and resilience.  In idobi Radio’s exclusive interview with Bowman, the vocalist/guitarist hones in on the influences that fueled the writing and recording of Infinite… Read more »


Neck Deep Drops Poignant New Single “We Need More Bricks”

UK rockers Neck Deep are getting us ready for their upcoming tour, with their new single “We Need More Bricks.” The track is will appear on their upcoming self-titled album, set to drop via Hopeless Records. One of the things that stands out in their new music is the message of fighting for what is right. Singer Ben Barlow says that the new song is the best the band has been, political-wise, “touching on everything from the monarchy, immigration, protest laws, and international wars. We find ourselves at a cross-section in the zeitgeist where bricks could be used to build… Read more »


Magnolia Park’s Joshua Roberts Announces Solo Debut EP

The energetic vocalist of Magnolia Park, Joshua Roberts, has announced his debut solo EP Good For You. It comes out on December 15 courtesy of Epitaph. His latest single, “Darkness” gives us a taste of what to expect from the upcoming release.  Embarking on an exciting musical path, Roberts’ newest venture experiments with alternative R&B. The seamless transition from vibrant pop-punk to this new sound showcases the versatility of his voice and craft. Keeping it in the Mag Park family, he produced and wrote the single with Vince Ernst. Roberts says, “‘Darkness’ came about when Vince and I learned that… Read more »


House Parties Unveils Pop-Punk Anthem “Mid-Life Crisis” Ahead Of EP Release

Ahead of their Side Effects EP, House Parties is unleashing their brand-new track “Mid-Life Crisis” paired with trippy new visuals. The song follows their October release “Braindead,” a fiery track featuring the one and only Derek DiScanio of State Champs as a producer. In fact, he produced the whole House Parties Side Effects EP alongside Seth Henderson. If you loved “Braindead” or early 2023’s “CAUTIOUS,” you have to add “Mid-Life Crisis” to your playlist ASAP. Check out the new track below. Overall, the band details feeling stuck in time and overwhelmed, a common feeling for several Gen Z individuals. “This… Read more »


Spiritbox Releases New EP, Shares “Ultraviolet” Music Video

Following their extensive tour with Shinedown and Papa Roach throughout October, Spiritbox is beginning the month of November with the release of their new EP The Fear of Fear and a video, too. The group just dropped “Ultraviolet,” a modern heavy rock hit, with a reflective–literally–new music video. The video sees lead vocalist Courtney LaPlante in a mirrored bodysuit and glitter-strewn hair walking through a dark warehouse, but still shimmering when hitting small rays of light. Check out the full music video for “Ultraviolet” below. This isn’t the only new visualizer Spiritbox fans have to look forward to, as this… Read more »


Taking Back Sunday Surprises Newlyweds With A Reception Performance

If you could ask for any gift on your wedding day, and I really mean anything… would you ask for a personal performance from Taking Back Sunday? Well, for newlyweds Sammi and Adam Seman, their wishes came true. On Friday, October 27, the quartet arrived to a reception at Trout Lake in Pennsylvania, dressed up in matching burnt orange suits. (Taking some fashion inspo from their friends in The Maine, perhaps?) At first, the couple did not believe it was them. After all, wouldn’t most people have to take a pause to make sure a surprise like this was real?… Read more »

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