Esque Records, the label of A Lot Like Birds’ vocalist Kurt Travis, has recently added indie folk artist Paul Travis to its ranks. To celebrate, Kurt himself decided to record some tracks for a split EP with the singer songwriter, and we’re premiering the first single from the collection here on idobi.com.
Dance Gavin Dance have announced that they will be on hiatus until frontman Jonny Craig “can get his life together.” Just hours earlier, the band officially cancelled their upcoming Go Big Or Go Home tour with A Loss For Words, A Lot Like Birds (featuring former DGD vocalist Kurt Travis), and I Set My Friends On Fire.
Craig Owens, known for his role as the powerhouse vocalist of Chiodos, Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.), Isles & Glaciers, and badXchannels, has unveiled his debut solo release, VOLUME 1, set to hit the airwaves on August 18 through Velocity Records. The 11-track album showcases Owens‘ unparalleled talent as he revitalizes cherished songs from his illustrious discography, alongside a captivating original track that has never graced the ears of his devoted fanbase before. In an exhilarating revelation, Owens has reimagined the beloved Chiodos track, “Baby, You Wouldn’t Last A Minute On The Creek.” This iconic post-hardcore gem has been… Read more »
Following up his recent stint on the road with D.R.U.G.S., Craig Owens has announced an extensive 26-show tour with support from Kurt Travis (Royal Coda, Push Over), Moxy, and Voila joining for the final four shows. The tour will kick off on June 6 in Denver, CO, and run through July 8 where they will wrap up in St. Louis, MO. The tour will feature performances from Owens’ celebrated career, including songs from his discographies with Chiodos, D.R.U.G.S., Cinematic Sunrise, and other projects. On his social platforms, Owens shares, “I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be taking out my… Read more »
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