Is GirlFrenzy more like a GirlFizzle? The one-off daylong music festival, set to take place in October and feature an all-estrogen lineup of singers, has been indefinitely postponed, without so much as an explanation to fans or performers. “Right Arm Entertainment and Live Nation have postponed the first annual GirlFrenzy,” read an announcement on the concert’s official site. The promoters said the show would be rescheduled sometime for 2008. Among the topliners slated to appear at the show, which was supposed to take place Oct. 27 in Irvine, California, were Sheryl Crow, Avril Lavigne, Fiona Apple, Miranda Lambert, MySpace stalwart… Read more »
“Did you know there was an all female music festival back in the 90’s?” My mother asked me this question a few weeks ago as we were getting ready to go out to dinner. Standing side by side in my hall bathroom, making some last minute touches to our hair and outfits, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) blasted from the living room speakers. My mom has always been my go-to when it comes to women in music, exposing me to an endless slew of amazing female artists as I grew up. The conversation started as we praised Taylor Swift for the… Read more »
In true riot grrrl fashion, alt-rock newcomer LUNA AURA has unleashed her take no prisoners, two-middle-fingers-in-the-air, new single “MONEY BAG.” The rebellious anthem seeps with confidence, beautifully crafted synths, and booming percussion that is undeniably intoxicating. Cemented by her empowering lyrics and thrusting instrumentation, LUNA AURA proves that she’s taking her life into her own hands and no one can stand in her way—not even Mr. Moneybags. You can listen to “MONEY BAG” below. We caught up with LUNA AURA to discuss her new track, how she got started as a musician, and her forthcoming EP THE FICTION which is… Read more »
The idobi staff shoutout the music, the memes, and the wishes for a brighter future that kept us all going this year.
As we gear up for the holidays there’s another season dusting off its winter coat and getting ready. That’s right, we’re talking about AWARD SEASON! This morning, the Recording Academy announced the full list of nominees for the 2021 GRAMMY Awards and gave us a glimpse of what to expect. We’re so excited to see some incredibly deserving artists on the list of nominees. Of course, Taylor Swift is nominated in a billion categories (alright it’s more like five) and Billie Eilish is close behind with three nominations, but I’m personally so excited to see Yebba, HAIM, Jacob Collier, and… Read more »
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from A Day to Remember, Neck Deep, Hayley Williams, and more.
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Simple Creatures, Bring Me the Horizon, Weezer, and more.
The first ever TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow was a thrilling, rain-soaked experience.
In part two of our interview with Biffy Clyro, the band talks subconscious nerves and being joined at the hip.
Jasun Martz, a producer and musician who has recorded for Michael Jackson, toured with Frank Zappa and helped arrange Starship’s classic hit We Built this City, recently found an old, dusty suitcase in the corner of his attic. Inside was a small canvas painting and unmarked audio tape. An unreleased Michael Jackson or Zappa outtake, he thought? The tape, missing for 30 years, turned out to be the only known recording by unknown Los Angeles singer, songwriter, pianist Sue Reed. In the late ’70s Ms. Reed was pioneering the sound now made popular by Tori Amos, Regina Spektor, Fiona Apple,… Read more »