We’re confident that we were born in the right time period because we don’t know what we would do without music festivals. Another lineup has been announced and we’re foaming at the mouth. Louder Than Life is going down September 21-24 in Kentucky. Headliners are none other than Green Day, Foo Fighters, Avenged Sevenfold, and Tool. Weezer, limpbizkit, Pantera, Queens of the Stone Age, Turnstile, Movements, Dance Gavin Dance Pierce the Veil, Flogging Molly, Mayday Parade, and You Me at Six are just a few more of the bands that will be joining the headliners. Danny Wimmer said, “The fans… Read more »
As anticipation builds for their eagerly-awaited third album, RUCKUS!, to arrive on August 18, Movements continues to bewitch fans with their latest offering, “Tightrope.” The band has been steadily building excitement with the release of three singles, including “Fail You,” “Killing Time,” and “Lead Pipe,” leading up to the album drop. “Tightrope” takes listeners on a soul-stirring, nearly five-minute journey through its melancholic pop ballad structure, drawing inspiration from icons such as Justin Bieber. The song kicks off with a hauntingly pensive arrangement that sets a somber tone, reminiscent of introspective pop melodies. As the track unfolds, Movements‘ lead vocalist,… Read more »
photos & words by Austin Spruill As the blistering summer of 2022 winds down into the cooler weather of fall, musicians and fans alike are treated to a number of high-profile festivals raging across the country, from Welcome to Rockville and Inkcarceration to Rocklahoma and Louder Than Life. However, few were as highly anticipated as this year’s incarnation of Blue Ridge Rock Festival, taking place from September 8–11. Hosted at the world-renowned Virginia International Raceway in Alton, VA, hopes were high for the relatively young festival, as the successes and challenges of 2021 propelled the event further into the spotlight… Read more »
idobi is spotlighting some of the LGBTQIA+ artists who are sparking hope, change, and serving up fire anthems every day of the year.
I will be as loud as, or louder than, the colors I use… so that you can be unafraid of being loud, too.
You’ll catch both Ryan Scott Graham stage right for State Champs, and center stage for Speak Low If You Speak Love.
They might be from a pretty chilly part of the world, but Vancouver-based band Hedley are bringing the message weâ€™ve all been waiting for: summer is coming.
On Episode 22 of The Undiscovered Sound, Nick Reese from Joyous Wolf calls in to talk about performances at Sonic Boom, Rock Allegiance, Louder Than Life, and Aftershock festivals, including hang outs with Corey Taylor (Stone Sour / Slipknot) and Jesse Hughes (Eagles Of Death Metal) as well as the new record coming out next year! Music from around the world is also featured!
Pierce The Veil’s latest record, The Jaws Of Life, was one of the most anticipated records of 2023. Marking the end of the band’s 7-year hiatus and their first release since 2016’s Misadventures, the album is full of dynamic twists and turns that leave fans craving more. Pierce The Veil is back with a new music video for the album’s closing track, “12 Fractures,” featuring chloe moriondo. Showcasing the delicate vocal stylings of up-and-comer chloe moriondo, the video follows her and PTV’s frontman Vic Fuentes on a slow-motion walk through crowded city streets. Resembling a montage pulled from a romantic… Read more »
As they head back to the US for some special shows, Enter Shikari speak to idobi all about what it means to feel human connection once again.