There was criticism over Frank Ocean‘s highly anticipated set last weekend at Coachella. The artist was set to headline Coachella in 2020, and we all know what happened there. After Coachella weekend 1, fans expressed their disappointment with his performance, to later find out he had to rework his set last minute due to an injured ankle. He also had to wrap his set early because of the noise curfew. Read More: Is ‘Twilight’ Getting Rebooted Into A TV Series? Now, Ocean has dropped out of Coachella weekend 2 and will no longer be performing his headline set. According to… Read more »
Today we talk about BLACKPINK’s announcements, Frank Ocean’s new luxury accessories, and the life of Roger E. Mosley. BLACKPINK is Taking Over Today is the 6th anniversary of the debut of the K-pop girl group BLACKPINK and they’re celebrating by announcing the date for their next single and an upcoming tour. “Pink Venom” will drop on August 19th and is the lead single on Born Pink, their next album, set to be released in September. To support the new album, BLACKPINK is heading out on tour on October 15th in Seoul. This will take them all over the world, including… Read more »
David Myers Jr. joins the show and explains how he got from Musicians Institute to Frank Ocean, what the different avenues of drumming are these days, the influence of social media on the drumming landscape, and how sometimes who you know really is the secret to success. ——- Disposable Heroes is brought to you by Beard Booze. All organic ingredients for a healthy beard and the skin that’s beneath it. Use the promo code “disposable heroes” at checkout to receive 15% off your order. Disposable Heroes is also brought to you by SKVI. Premium boxer briefs that keep you on… Read more »
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Maroon 5, Four Year Strong, Frank Ocean, and more.
idobi managing editor Eleanor Grace caught up with Seahaven frontman Kyle Soto in Toronto to delve into the band’s new record, breaking down musical barriers, his love of Frank Ocean and Drake, and more.
The one-of-a-kind genre-bending artist, Royal & the Serpent is back with the fourth installment of her Rat Trap saga today with the release of RAT TRAP 4: the burden. This collection includes three new tracks, “u ruined frank ocean 4 me“, “separation anxiety“, and “oops“. This is a much more somber EP, in comparison to RAT TRAP 1: the blueprint, RAT TRAP 2: the burn, and RAT TRAP 3: the band-aid. All three songs Royal & the Serpent delivers on RAT TRAP 4: the burden follow her relationship with romance, whether that be unrequited, anxious, or avoidant. Her choice to… Read more »
Over the weekend, Skrillex delivered an unforgettable performance at Red Rocks, setting a new iconic record. While EDM enthusiasts revel in the masterful set he played, emo fans had an extra reason to celebrate. A week after stepping in for Frank Ocean as a headliner at Coachella, Skrillex treated the crowd to an epic 5-hour show that included a nostalgic tribute to his former band From First To Last. Read more: Laura Jane Grace Cancels Shows Due To Uncontrollable Circumstances The post-hardcore king turned EDM mastermind gave his all in the performance, delivering a plethora of fan favorites like “Kill… Read more »
With four previous studio albums each offering a fresh perspective of electrifying emo-pop, Kicksie has released their all-new record Slouch via Counter Intuitive Records. In an array of slow-burn ballads and unabashed honesty, Slouch reads more like Giuliana Mormile’s personal diary where they’re free to be who they want to be and articulate their most intimate moments. Opening with the kaleidoscope-esque track, “Closure” before blooming into the album’s third track “Boyfriend,” Slouch is an amalgamation of highs and lows that represent Mormile’s intimate journey as an artist. We had the chance to speak with Mormile, the mastermind behind Kicksie ahead… Read more »
In case you missed grabbing your tickets to Coachella, live too far, or just simply could not make it this year – the musical festival has upped its game and they’re bringing it to you. For the first time ever, they are live streaming all 6 stages on their YouTube channel. The best part? It’s absolutely free. This year’s headliners are Bad Bunny on Friday, BLACKPINK on Saturday, and Frank Ocean on Sunday. Other bands include Gorillaz, Becky G, MUNA, Yungblud, Rosalia, boygenius, Kid LAROI, Charli XCX, Porter Robinson, Dominic Fike, Willow, and DJing from Calvin Harris. They’ll stream April… Read more »
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from All Time Low, The 1975, Hayley Williams, and more.