Earlier this month, Sleeping With Sirens commemorated the 12-year anniversary of their highly acclaimed sophomore album, Let’s Cheers To This. The album, which features standout tracks such as “If You Can’t Hang,” “A Trophy Fathers Trophy Son,” and “All My Heart,” has now achieved yet another milestone: it has been certified Gold in the United States. Released on May 10, 2011, Let’s Cheers To This successfully captured the same fiery spirit and lightning-in-a-bottle feeling that their debut album, With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear, had brought forth. Let’s Cheers To This showcased Sleeping With Sirens‘ distinctive sound, seamlessly… Read more »
We got some of idobi’s staff/biggest Brendon Urie fans together to talk about our favorite aspects of the new Panic! At The Disco album, ‘Death of a Bachelor’.
Winter sucks. And some days, thereâ€™s just no point in trying to fight it; all you want to do is curl up under the covers and break out your favorite angsty music while preparing for hibernation. Thatâ€™s why our writers have prepared a two-part playlist dedicated to the winter blues; check out part one this week!
“American Idol” Ruben Studdard is lucky he has a healthy ego. Not only is “Idol” runner-up Clay Aiken beating the champ on the Billboard singles charts, but on the fifth stop of the “Idol” summer tour, the spiky-haired crooner proved that he’s winning the battle for the hearts and minds of “Idol” fans across the country. Even before the nine “Idol” finalists took the stage at U.S. Bank Arena Sunday night to perform a nearly two-and-a-half-hour medley of covers, the mere sight of Clay’s face on the two Jumbotron screens flanking the massive neon ballroom set was enough to elicit… Read more »
Busta Rhymes celebrated a birthday on Tuesday, but it wasn’t the anniversary of the day he was born. It was the day he was reborn as an MC and businessman – the day his new album hit stores. “I named my album Genesis ’cause there was nowhere left to go after The Coming (1996), When Disaster Strikes (1997), Extinction Level Event (1998) and Anarchy (2000),” he said recently, sitting in the offices of J Records. “Sequentially it made sense to be at that point…. The only place left to go is just rebuilding a whole brand new whatever.” Part of… Read more »
More than 25 artists – from boys (of the Backstreet, ‘NSYNC and O-Town variety) to men (elder statesmen such as Aerosmith, James Brown and Rod Stewart), from vocal queens (Destiny’s Child, Mariah Carey, Carole King) to the King of Pop – took the stage Sunday at RFK Stadium for the all-day United We Stand – What More Can I Give benefit concert for victims of September’s terrorist attacks. Themes of unity and perseverance permeated every performance, with artists often thanking the sold-out crowd for the message they were sending to the rest of the country – that no matter the… Read more »