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Duran Duran And Måneskin’s Victoria De Angelis Collab On Cover

We love seeing musicians from different parts of the rock scene join forces and collaborate on something special. Whether it be an original song or a cover of a band that moved them, the results can prove music’s undeniable ability to form deep human connections. Duran Duran’s new cover of “Pyscho Killer” by Talking Heads is no exception, featuring Måneskin’s badass bassist, Victoria De Angelis.  The new rendition of the Talking Heads classic highlights bass as it ebbs and flows with emotion through every fiery run. Every instrument in the arrangement plays off one another to create one infectious conversation… Read more »


Jeff Schroeder Announces Departure From The Smashing Pumpkins

After 15 years of playing guitar with the ‘90s rock band, Jeff Schroeder is officially leaving The Smashing Pumpkins. Known as the second-longest-serving member of the band after Billy Corgan, Schroeder’s contributions to the band’s sound will continue to be admired for years to come. In a statement posted on social media, Schroeder shares the news and thanks his former bandmates for their friendship over the last decade. “It’s easy to say now that when I joined The Smashing Pumpkins in 2007, I had no idea what I was getting into,” he begins. “The opportunity seemed to have come out… Read more »


Måneskin Asks “HONEY (ARE YOU COMING?)” In New Video

If you’re anything like us, you’ve likely had “HONEY (ARE YOU COMING?),” the latest venture from Italian rockers Måneskin, spinning nonstop since its release on Friday, September 1. Today, the four-piece has given us an extra dose of Italian amor with the release of their official music video to accompany their stadium-ready anthem. As they build anticipation for their eagerly-anticipated MTV VMAs performance on September 12 and their forthcoming RUSH! WORLD TOUR, the “Best Rock” nominees have channeled their electrifying energy, rock ‘n’ roll attitude, and signature sound into the vibrant visuals of “HONEY (ARE YOU COMING?)”—transforming it into a… Read more »


8 Alternative Performances On Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

Whether you loved 2023 or loathed it entirely, it’s time to say goodbye to this year and hello to a new one. Of course, it’s tradition to celebrate New Year’s Eve morphing into New Year’s Day donning sparkling dresses and numbered glasses that are trying too hard to look wearable. Plus, what holiday is complete without a bit of bubbly or fancy cocktails/mocktails? Aside from these New Year’s party additions, it is basically a necessity to watch the Times Square Ball Drop via Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve special. Now hosted by Ryan Seacrest, this year’s 2024 musical special… Read more »


idobi Radio Presents: Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 1

It’s that time of year when we all look back on the albums that served as the soundtrack to the last 12 months. With so many incredible releases in 2023, it was pretty tricky to narrow down our most beloved releases. idobi Radio had too many favorites to pack into one list, so today, we are unveiling our Best Albums Of 2023 Volume 1! We simply weren’t capable of ranking these albums. Instead, we chose to give them all equal praise and list them based on the release date. Additionally, this list does not include EPs or reimagined albums (those… Read more »


9 Moments You May Have Missed At When We Were Young Fest 2023

This past weekend’s When We Were Young Fest sizzled under the scorching sun in Las Vegas, NV, as it kicked off on Saturday, October 21, and emerged as the ultimate pop-punk playground for fans of all generations. In contrast to last year’s weather-related cancellation on the first day, this year’s festival ran seamlessly, cementing its place in the annals of pop-punk history as a spirited showcase of pop-punk prowess. Read more: Green Day Announces New Album ‘Saviors,’ Releases New Single Featuring a riveting lineup that ranged from rising stars such as Beach Bunny, KennyHoopla, and Jean Dawson to seasoned pop-punk… Read more »


Green Day Announces New Album ‘Saviors,’ Releases New Single

Coming off of back-to-back thunderous headlining performances this weekend at When We Were Young Fest, Green Day has announced the release of their forthcoming 14th album, Saviors, set to arrive on January 19, 2024. Setting the stage for their much-anticipated full-length is the album’s opening track and lead single, “The American Dream Is Killing.” This powerful anthem, which was previewed extensively during three unforgettable performances in Las Vegas, NV, has officially dropped with an accompanying film noir apocalyptic music video replete with zombies taking over the world. Read more: blink-182 Announces North American Tour With Pierce The Veil Reflecting back… Read more »


12 Best Alternative Performances From The MTV VMAs

The MTV Video Music Awards isn’t just a superficial awards show. It’s an institution that has crafted some of pop culture’s most iconic moments. Frankly, no other awards show has created massive ripples in the cultural zeitgeist such as Miley Cryus’ famous twerking moment and Beyoncé’s baby bump reveal alongside bands such as Alien Ant Farm playing their cover of “Smooth Criminal” or Rage Against The Machine and Limp Bizkit feuding onstage in 2000. However, many viewers equate the MTV VMAs to purely celebrating the efforts of most American Top 40 artists. This could not be further from the truth.… Read more »


Måneskin Show Us Italian Amor On “Honey (are you coming?)”

​​As the highly-anticipated MTV VMAs draw closer on September 12, the spotlight falls on Måneskin, nominees for “Best Rock” for “The Loneliest,” who reemerge with a sonic lightning bolt in the form of their latest single, “HONEY (ARE YOU COMING?)” Following the resounding success of their January chart-topping album, RUSH!, this new release serves as a sensational sonic explosion, harnessing the quartet’s inexhaustible energy. Bursting with attitude, “HONEY (ARE YOU COMING?)” showcases Måneskin’s mastery in crafting a stadium-ready, all-encompassing sound that encapsulates their musical prowess highlighting Italian amor in a way only they could. And just in time for their… Read more »

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