Returning with their fourth studio album The Book of Broken Glass, marking their first new collection since 2020’s Good Gracious! Bad People, Sarah and the Safe Word are here to put on a show. Their cabaret-rock musings, a staple across their discography, culminate to create their finest masterpiece across the 13-track project. The Book of Broken Glass opens with the theatrical “A Wake: Violet Makes Her Wish,” a short piano ballad that sets the tone of the album before leading into the blistering, anthemic “Ruby Off The Rails.” Across the record, lead vocalist Sarah Rose’s intoxicating growl and prowess act… Read more »
Sarah Rose from Sarah and the Safe Word joins the show to talk about the beginning of Sarah and the Safe Word and the band’s mission statement.
Hilarious protests, Golden Globe nominations, and once again, Morgan Wallen is behaving poorly. Let’s get into it!
Who’s on air this week? Scroll through idobi’s Guest ‘Gram to get the 411.
Shows featured: Changing the Game, The Bold Type, We Are Lady Parts, Sweet Tooth, Feel Good
This week: Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, 9-1-1, The Fix, This Is Us, The Village, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, Bublé!, Deadly Class, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, For the People, The OA, The Dirt, Doom Patrol, Funny Women of a Certain Age, American Gods, Into the Badlands.
This week: The Bold Type, Suits, Love Is___, GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle, Reverie, Doctor Who, Take Two, Pose, Claws, Sharp Objects, Preacher
Queer music is going through a revolution of sorts right now, with LGBTQ+ bands and artists becoming bigger and louder than ever. Here is a small, diverse sampling of where to begin.
Music videos are an interesting art form â€” they can be beautiful interpretations that reveal the inner meanings of the music, or they can make so little sense that they leave your brain feeling like scrambled eggs. We pay tribute to some of the biggest culprits in the latter category in this week’s Tuesday Ten.
Some of the world’s biggest names in music were all about Saving Our Selves this weekend. SOS, of course, referring to the campaign being touted Saturday across the globe at the seven-continent, 24-hour Live Earth concert extravaganza, a worldwide shout-out to individuals, political leaders, corporations and every other entity capable of helping put a stop to the environmental scourge that is global warming. In a partnership with Al Gore’s Alliance for Climate Protection and other U.S.-based and international organizations, Live 8 executive producer Kevin Wall put together a bill that included the Police, Madonna, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica,… Read more »