Roe Kapara recently stopped by the idobi Radio studios to perform live acoustic sessions of his songs “Everything’s Fine(Nuke Song)“, “Everyone’s Dying(Grandma’s Drunk Again)“, and a lovely cover of Cage The Elephant’s “Cigarette Daydreams.” Afterwards, he sat down with our very own, Eddie Barella to discuss his rise to success, the release of his new EP I Hope Hell Isn’t Real, and more. Kapara is meticulous and clever with the way he presents his music to people, particularly online. His TikTok and Instagram Reel content feels otherworldly, as if viewers are being invited into a unique universe that he has… Read more »
If you’re planning on shopping for home goods and kitchen items at your nearest Target, Home Goods, or World Market, think again. Papa Roach just entered the world of kitchen creations, and admittedly, it’s funny as hell. Yes, it’s true! You don’t have to go to Crate & Barrel to find kitchen and food staples thanks to the band’s “Broken HomeGoods.” Fingers crossed they allow wedding registries. The new collection comes with four pieces for pizza lovers and coffee connoisseurs. If you’re a true-to-form nu-metalhead and a chef, you might need your own Papa’s Kitchen apron ($29.99), which also reads… Read more »
Amber Bain‘s brainchild, The Japanese House, has unveiled the shimmering and captivating single “Sunshine Baby,” featuring guest vocals from The 1975‘s Matty Healy. The track previews The Japanese House‘s forthcoming full-length album, titled In The End It Always Does, scheduled for release on June 30 through Dirty Hit. Accompanying the release is an enchanting live video directed by Sheila Johansson. “Sunshine Baby” immerses listeners in a hazy, dream-like soundscape, adorned with lush instrumentation and expertly crafted synths. Bain’s ethereal vocals glide effortlessly across the music, intertwining seamlessly with Healy‘s wistful vocal performance. Together, they create a cascade of mesmerizing melodies… Read more »
‘Okja’ weaves a modern fable, entwining us with quirky charm to ultimately pierce our apathy with an unflinching needle.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching, meaning it’s time to prep your brunches, order nice flowers, and make a sick playlist for your mom, grandma, older sister, and/or whoever had a hand in making you the rockstar you are today. While we can’t order an Edible Arrangement for you, we have handpicked our favorite tracks that honor all forms of motherhood and womanhood. Stereotypically, pop-punkers and modern rockers are associated with hating their hometowns and hurling all their angst at their parents. From twenty one pilots’ breakout single “House Of Gold” all the way to Miley Cyrus’ 2019 feminist anthem “Mother’s… Read more »
Geek Girl Riot is here with a TV binge-watch update before revisiting the Sandman universe, which leads to a conversation about femme empowerment.
Boy finds girl, girl gets cancer. God is involved.
Pop culture fans unite; the MTV Movie & TV Awards are almost here.
This week: Shadowhunters, Fresh Off the Boat, For The People, Chicago Med, Riverdale, The X-Files, Grown-ish, Speechless, 9-1-1, Krypton, Station 19, Atlanta, Santa Clarita Diet, Alexa & Katie, Roxanne Roxanne, The Walking Dead.
This week: The Flash, This Is Us, For the People, Rise, Grown-ish, Riverdale, Atlanta, How to Get Away with Murder, On My Block, The Walking Dead, Deception.