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Sleep Theory Strips Down “Gone Or Staying” At idobi Radio Studios

Featured on their debut EP Paper Hearts which arrived in September 2023, Sleep Theory dropped by the idobi Radio Studios in Los Angeles, CA, to perform one of their breakout singles, “Gone Or Staying.”  Opening with a vibrant array of acoustic guitar strums and soft percussion, the band—comprised of vocalist Cullen Moore, guitarist Daniel Pruitt, bassist Paolo Vergara, and drummer Ben Pruitt—brings a fresh perspective to “Gone Or Staying.” With little to no effort, Cullen Moore’s vocal delivery fills the studio space, dancing between his soulful range and the alternative soundscape of the instrumentation. As Paolo Vergara’s voice intertwines with… Read more »


Sleep Theory Reimagines Their Chart-Topping Single “Numb” At idobi Radio Studios

After releasing several variations of their chart-topping single “Numb,” including a rendition featuring Tim Spencer, Sleep Theory stopped by the idobi Radio Studios in Los Angeles, CA, to perform a stripped-back acoustic take on the group’s most streamed single to date.  Allowing each member of Sleep Theory to shine, the band—comprised of vocalist Cullen Moore, guitarist Daniel Pruitt, bassist Paolo Vergara, and drummer Ben Pruitt—opens their performance through a series of delicate acoustic strums that set the stage for an intimate atmosphere in the idobi Radio Studios. Moore’s enthralling vocal delivery quickly captures the spotlight, drawing listeners in with his… Read more »


Sleep Theory Releases New Video For Single “Gone Or Staying”

Sleep Theory has released a music video for the heavily moody track “Gone Or Staying” via Epitaph. The story behind the video displays a toxic relationship that should go up in flames but is ignited by not wanting to let go. Partnered with a nervous yet remorseful vibe that ramps up toward the end of the track, the band creates a montage of a relatable scenario. In the music video, vocalist Cullen Moore is driving in a car with rain sprinkling on him. As the song progresses, the color blue coats the scenes as the band performs amidst the haunting… Read more »


Sleep Theory Releases Reimagined Version Of “Fallout”

Sleep Theory hop on the reimagination train with their new version of their song, “Fallout.” Departing from the original nu-metalcore, hard rock sound, the act flexes their ability to be somber, yet vulnerable while still encompassing the full power of the track. A lyric video with a single lavender flower stands wavering, yet strong in front of a destroyed cityscape, which emphasizes the meaning behind the song. “Go and keep your distance/As you fall to pieces/In your toxic madness” ends the track with heartbreaking, pain-filled vocals from singer Cullen Moore. The previous rendition generates rage-filled regret about a bad relationship.… Read more »


Patrick Gilchrist & Jared Gaines Introduce Their idobi Radio Show ‘The Mean Time’

There’s a time to be serious, and there’s a time for fun and games. Well, for Patrick Gilchrist—the charismatic vocalist of Not My Weekend—and Jared Gaines—the mastermind behind Rat Park, touring guitarist for Scary Kids Scaring Kids, and former Hopeless Records signee with his project Vaines—they never take life too seriously. In fact, they’re so laid back, they’re practically horizontal. As Los Angeles transplants grinding in the music industry, the two have partnered up with idobi Radio to exclusively launch their new show titled The Mean Time. Episodes are scheduled to air every Tuesday at 6 PM ET/3 PM PT,… Read more »


Movements Are “Afraid To Die” On New Single/Video

Following the success of their recently released full-length RUCKUS! in late 2023, Movements have unveiled their new candid single, “Afraid To Die.” The new track arrives with an accompanying music video in which the band are seen running away from death through a series of dreams. “With “Afraid to Die,’ we were able to take the energy that was in RUCKUS! and fine-tune it by exploring different realms of what this band can be and what our music can sound like, and I think we did a good job of that with this song,” vocalist Patrick Miranda shares. “Sonically, it’s… Read more »


The Story So Far Drops ‘I Want To Disappear’ LP & “Watch You Go” Video

Today is a big day for The Story So Far! Not only does today, June 21, mark the 13th anniversary of their debut studio album, Under Soil And Dirt, but the pop-punk behemoths have also unleashed their fifth studio album, I Want To Disappear. In addition to the arrival of their 10-track collection, the group has also issued a music video for “Watch You Go.” The group originally debuted “Watch You Go” on The Least Anticipated Album Tour on June 8 in Maryland Heights, MO, supporting A Day To Remember. In a short and sweet message to fans on social… Read more »


Laura Jane Grace & the Mississippi Medicals Unleash “All F***ed Out”

Marking their debut single, Laura Jane Grace & the Mississippi Medicals—fronted by LJG and featuring Matt Patton on bass, Mikey Erg on drums, and her wife Paris Campbell Grace on vocals and percussion—have unleashed “All Fucked Out.” “Back in 2021, I sat down in my office to do some songwriting,” Laura Jane Grace explains in a press release. “Not knowing what specifically to write about that day, I challenged myself to write a song similar to whatever the current No. 1 hit in the world was at the time. I made the challenge to myself without knowing exactly what that… Read more »


PVRIS Teams Up With LIGHTS For New Single “The Blob”

Following the release of the reflective single “Oil & Water,” issued earlier this year, PVRIS has teamed up with LIGHTS for the punchy, in-your-face new single “The Blob.” Additionally, PVRIS has announced the pending arrival of her new, female-centric project titled F.I.L.T.H. The mixtape will feature the previously launched “BURN THE WITCH” featuring Tommy Genesis and Alice Longyu Gao, as well as her recent collaboration with LIGHTS. “At its core, I just wanted to make a fun project full of some bad bitches in music that I love and create a space where we can express whatever we want and… Read more »


Defences Share New Single & Video For “The Almost” Ahead Of UK Tour

Time to get hyped because Defences is here with a new single, “The Almost.” The track is a reminder to stop comparing yourself to others and start living. In this genre-defying alt-metal release, the group attacks the idea of comparison and feeling stuck. Simple yet effective, the video sees vocalists Cherry Duesbury and William Young trading time in the hot seat as the lyrics address the viewer on screen. The band comments, “Our version of this place, ‘The Almost,’ is a sort of limbo. It serves as an allegory for these comparisons, trapping us and getting in the way of… Read more »

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