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phem Celebrates International Women’s Month With Female Artists That Inspired Her

As March draws to a close and the vibrant energy of spring fills the air, it’s time to bid farewell to International Women’s Month. But before we turn the page on this empowering celebration, ur favorite green-haired goddess, phem, caught up with idobi Radio to discuss her favorite female artists that have inspired and fueled her experiences as a woman and professionally as a musician. Hot off the heels of her exhilarating collaboration with Waterparks‘ frontman Awsten Knight earlier this year, phem unveils the women in music that have shaped her. Music aside, phem’s inspirations have also showcased their bold,… Read more »

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A Month Isn’t Enough

Sitting here in July, it’s important to reflect on the fact that Pride Month is now behind us, but the work that’s necessary is anything but. The reality is that Pride, AAPI Month, Black History Month, and Women’s History Month are useful in that they amplify issues for those that need them amplified. But if you’re a part of one or more of those communities, or if you’re a true ally, then every month is Pride, AAPI, Black History, and Women’s History. This writer chatted with Tegan and Sara a couple of weeks ago, and they were highlighting the importance… Read more »


Celebrating Women’s History Month Week 1: Women Making a Political Difference

Politics have been around for forever. However, it has always seemed to be a boys game. These women have worked hard to change that and leave their mark on the world.  Kamala Harris – Vice President First things first, Kamala Harris made history this past January as the first Black and South Asian woman to become Vice President. Harris started her career as a prosecutor in San Francisco and went on to become the District Attorney, Attorney General, and a U.S. Senator. After her and President Biden won the election she said, “While I may be the first woman in… Read more »


Maggie Lindemann Shares Cover Of Paramore’s “Decode”

Following the release of her latest EP, Headsplit, which Maggie Lindemann dropped earlier this year at the start of International Women’s Month, the dark pop songstress has issued a captivating cover of Paramore’s 2008 single “Decode.” The song, which premiered in October 2008 on Stephenie Meyer’s website, served as the lead original track for the inaugural Twilight film adaptation. Sharing the “Decode” cover on her social platforms, Lindemann writes, “you asked, so you shall receive my decode cover out on youtube now iloveyouuu @paramore” In her cover of “Decode,” Lindemann’s delivery is both powerful and poignant, capturing a similar emotional… Read more »


idobi Radio Summer School Tour Announces Debut Lineup With Stand Atlantic, Magnolia Park, More

a Rafflecopter giveaway Summer school is officially in session with the debut idobi Radio Summer School Tour! Featuring an electrifying lineup including Stand Atlantic, Magnolia Park, The Home Team, Scene Queen, Honey Revenge, and Letdown., this tour is poised to school us all summer across the inaugural 28-show run. Don’t miss the biggest summer event in the scene, or you might land yourself in detention! Kicking off on July 10 in Cleveland, OH, the Summer School Tour was founded by industry heavyweights Eric Tobin (Hopeless Records), Michael Kaminsky (KMGMT), and Kevin Lyman (Warped Tour) as a direct response to the… Read more »


6 Female Artists That Inspired Nia and Rena Lovelis of Hey Violet

Hey Violet are celebrating the end of International Women’s Month by channeling an unapologetic appreciation and love for female-identifying artists. Fresh off the release of their latest single, “Uncomplicated,” via Hopeless Records earlier this year, Hey Violet’s leading duo, sisters Nia and Rena Lovelis are poised to close out the month by spotlighting six influential female artists who have left a lasting mark on their journey as women and musicians. Drawing inspiration from a diverse spectrum of musical talent, the band pays homage to the raw emotion of alt-rock icon Alanis Morissette while honoring the poetic rebellion of Patti Smith.… Read more »


7 Female Punk Artists Leading The Genre

As we commemorate International Women’s Month, it is essential to recognize and appreciate women’s remarkable talent and invaluable contributions to the punk music scene. Women-led punk bands have been making waves for years, but their impact has been particularly significant in recent times, owing to their exceptional musical prowess, electrifying live performances, and inspiring lyrical messages. Women have proven that they are more than capable of holding their own in a predominantly male-dominated genre and have, in many cases, surpassed many of their male counterparts in terms of creativity, originality, and musical skill. It is high time that we give… Read more »


Honey Revenge’s Devin Papadol Shares 5 Inspiring Women In Music

After shining the spotlight on her vibrant other-half, Donny Lloyd, the guitar-slinging master of Honey Revenge, while celebrating Black History Month, Devin Papadol, the hot-pink-headed pop-punk songstress and mic commander of the group, steps into the limelight. As we honor International Women’s Day today, amidst celebrating International Women’s Month, Papadol pauses her blossoming career to reflect on the remarkable women she’s encountered in the music industry. From the undeniable influence of the All We Know Is Falling frontwoman Hayley Williams to chance encounters with industry trailblazers while in line for a concert as a teen, Papadol shares the profound impact… Read more »


5 Femme Bands That Slap According To Diva Bleach

Diva Bleach, recently hailed as one of idobi Radio’s 100 Rising Artists To Listen To In 2024, continues to dazzle with the release of their debut on InVogue Records, “Kiss Her Goodbye,” which arrived in November 2023. Effortlessly infusing their glitter-soaked alt-pop with a radiant confidence akin to The Veronicas, Diva Bleach is forging a distinctive and enthralling musical path of their own. Not only have the pair secured a spot on this year’s Sad Summer Fest alongside headliners Mayday Parade and The Maine, but the duo will also serve as the opening support act for Young Rising Sons across… Read more »

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