Over the weekend, Skrillex delivered an unforgettable performance at Red Rocks, setting a new iconic record. While EDM enthusiasts revel in the masterful set he played, emo fans had an extra reason to celebrate. A week after stepping in for Frank Ocean as a headliner at Coachella, Skrillex treated the crowd to an epic 5-hour show that included a nostalgic tribute to his former band From First To Last. Read more: Laura Jane Grace Cancels Shows Due To Uncontrollable Circumstances The post-hardcore king turned EDM mastermind gave his all in the performance, delivering a plethora of fan favorites like “Kill… Read more »
Skrillex has announced he will be dropping his first full-length studio album since 2014. We’ve already had our fair share of singles from the DJ but we are more than ready to have Quest For Fire. It’s out this Friday so the wait will be hardly any time at all! While this news was good enough for us, we were pleasantly surprised to see one of our favorites featured. Pete Wentz has teamed up with Skrillex for the song “Warped Tour ’05”. Both Fall Out Boy and Skrillex, while he was with From First to Last, performed at Warped Tour… Read more »
Mixing EDM and metalcore is on the rise. The Amity Affliction is the most recent artist to jump on this trend and has reimagined their song “Show Me Your God” with DJ PROBLM CHLD. The bouncy trance, sometimes dubstep-esqe beat, is a different way to listen to the Australian act. Earlier this year, the group also dropped their new album, Not Without My Ghosts, which includes features from phem and posthumous rapper Louie Knuxx. With reworked songs, sometimes it can take time to get used to new sounds, flow, and even sometimes fewer vocals. But guitarist Dan Brown says, “I… Read more »
In any creative realm, inspiration often blossoms through the cross-pollination of diverse influences. Beauty School Dropout, a tenacious trio dedicated to carving out their own niche space in the rock genre, embodies this notion to create their own unique identity. Drawing from alternative, pop, and even a subtle touch of grunge and hip-hop, they’ve seamlessly woven these threads into a harmonious fusion of musings. Fresh off of the release of their sophomore full-length album, READY TO EAT, and actively on an extensive tour promoting the October 13 launch, Beauty School Dropout’s 9-track collection bursts with hit after hit of radio-ready… Read more »
Verswire, the first ever Venture Capital for artists, is changing the music industry, one satisfied and successful artist at a time. They are revolutionizing the relationship between labels and artists by taking a brand-new approach on a very outdated business model. Today, idobi Radio is proud to announce the launch of Face The Music, our newest radio show and podcast hosted by the creative minds behind Verswire. Verwire is the brainchild of Nick Lippman and Sherry Saeedi. Both are seasoned veterans in the music industry, with an incredibly impressive history. Now, listeners will have the opportunity to join this intelligent… Read more »
It’s been half a decade since From First To Last made their comeback with Sonny Moore on vocals, but more new music may be on the way soon!
Los Angeles rock trio, Beauty School Dropout are back at it again with another new song. “Beautiful Waste” is a track the band has been playing all summer long on their tour supporting Matchbox Twenty. They have also been teasing the chorus on TikTok for what feels like forever now, so fans are ecstatic that the tune is finally out! An inherently poppier track for the group, “Beautiful Waste” stays true in Beauty School Dropout nature with the lyricism and attitude. Speaking on the new track, the band shared “Beautiful Waste is about chasing that relationship that is built to… Read more »
Prentiss talks us through his new track “Keys To My Brain”, collaborating with Skrillex and Anthony Green and making his live show feel, “like a kid’s basement”.
Today Fall Out Boy announced an exclusive vinyl release of their most recent album So Much (For) Stardust in partnership with CRYNYL.com. The drop was limited to just 50 records, but the best part? Each vinyl is filled with the tears of Pete Wentz for “maximum emotional fidelity”. Fall Out Boy is the first artist to ever do this. The company explained: “Music is more than just sound waves. It’s passion, struggle, and emotion. That’s why we developed a new kind of record: one that contains the artists’ actual tears. When you listen to a CRYNL release, you’re not just… Read more »
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Midtown, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Meet Me @ the Altar, and more.