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Enter Shikari And FEVER 333’s Jason Aalon Butler Are “Losing My Grip” In New Single


Enter Shikari and FEVER 333’s Jason Aalon Butler release their latest collab with the new single “Losing My Grip.” This is both acts’ first new music in 2024, ahead of their upcoming arena tour in the UK and EU. With innovative traits from both artists, the new song joins Butler’s fast-paced delivery and socially aware lyrics with lead singer and producer Rou Reynolds‘s distorted electro mix that’s solidified in unity with equally aggressive vocals from both. Butler says that he’s always been a fan of Enter Shikari; “they are an entity in their own lane.”  That’s evident on this track,… Read more »

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5 Craziest Pierce The Veil Show Moments During ‘Collide With The Sky’ Era


The artists signed to Fearless Records have defined the alternative and heavy music scenes for three decades. That’s right—the iconic record label is turning 30 years old this year. Over the years, Fearless Records has been home to some of our favorite artists here at idobi Radio including I Prevail, Ice Nine Kills, Chase Atlantic, Movements, Pierce The Veil, and more. It’s safe to assume that Pierce The Veil‘s album Collide With The Sky is synonymous with the label’s legendary catalog. It is one of the band’s most impactful releases that defined the 2010s decade of emo music. The fan… Read more »

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FEVER 333 Proudly Pay Homage To Black Artists On “READY ROCK”


The Jason Aalon Butler-led FEVER 333 is reminding everyone that there’s a fever coming… The four-piece group—comprised of Butler at the helm alongside guitarist Brandon Davis (Lions Lions), drummer Thomas Pridgen ( The Mars Volta, Thundercat, Trash Talk), and bassist April Kae (IMANIGOLD)—have unleashed the fever with their blistering new single, “READY ROCK.” The track, which was produced by FEVER 333 with co-production courtesy of Beach Noise and Glassjaw‘s Justin Beck, marks the collective’s first new music since issuing “$wing” last spring when their new lineup launched. It also offers a glimpse into the group’s forthcoming sophomore album. The highly-anticipated… Read more »

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Coachella Launches 2024 Lineup Featuring No Doubt Reunion


Everybody stay cool…No Doubt will officially be reuniting at the 2024 Coachella. This morning, the Indio, CA mainstay festival unveiled its upcoming 2024 lineup. The roster features the likes of The Aquabats, The Japanese House, late night drive home, Militarie Gun, and Taking Back Sunday. Adding to the excitement of the back-to-back weekend festivities, ska-punk legends No Doubt will be reuniting after nearly 10 years since performing a full set at KAABOO Festival in 2015. The weekend will be headlined by Lana Del Rey, Tyler, The Creator, and Doja Cat. In Coachella’s usual fashion, the festival will take place across two… Read more »

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GHØSTKID Drops “FSU,” Announces New LP ‘Hollywood Suicide’


GHØSTKID has announced a new album, Hollywood Suicide, and dropped the first single from the record, “FSU.” The new full-length comes out on March 22 via Century Media Records, ahead of their upcoming spring tour with Black Veil Brides, Creeper, and Dark Divine. The post-hardcore act embodies an edgy and (positively) offensive realness that hasn’t been in the scene for a bit. Dramatic make-up, masks at times, but overall, they appear like varieties of the undead, especially in the music video for the new single. All of which makes GHØSTKID stand out as new proverours in the genre.  Vocalist Sebastian… Read more »

Editorial

11 New-Age Protest Songs To Listen To This 4th of July


For Americans across the nation, this July 4th might not feel like one worth celebrating. June 30, mere days ago, the Supreme Court of the United States made three major rulings, which, in short, overturned affirmative action, halted President Joe Biden’s plans to cancel student debt, and legalized discrimination against LGBTQIA+ individuals. Additionally, last year at this time, SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade, setting abortion rights back by decades. Refer back, even further, to 2020 to see the federal government’s botched response to the COVID-19 pandemic, unchecked police power used against marginalized communities, and more. So, truly, it is well… Read more »

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