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Mehro Yearns For Catharsis In New Visual For “Exploding”

Today the Los Angeles-based indie pop artist, Mehro showcased a brand new music video for his single “Exploding“. The visual is oozing with a vintage inspired atmosphere that creates a technicolor fever dream for the viewer. The experience conjures the versions of ourselves that hide deep in the caverns of our minds. The track comes from Mehro’s most recent full-length album release, Dark Corners and Alchemy. The record is an incredibly vulnerable 12-song journey into the heart of a singular artist. He treats despair and self-destruction with as much reverence as hope and healing.  Speaking on the new track and visual,… Read more »


Craft Recordings Celebrate 25th Anniversary Of AFI’s ‘Black Sails In The Sunset’

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of AFI’s fourth studio album, Black Sails In The Sunset, which dropped on May 18, 1999, Craft Recordings has reissued the release on vinyl. The album will be available on July 19 and is available in four exclusive color variants, which can be pre-ordered here. Additionally, the record will feature the previously hidden track “Midnight Sun,” bonus tracks “Lower It” and “Who Knew?,” and the previously unreleased track “Weight Of Words.” You can check out the full vinyl tracklisting below.  AFI Black Sails In The Sunset Tracklisting: Side A: Side B: * Previously hidden track.^ Bonus… Read more »


Say Anything Revisits ‘…Is A Real Boy’ 20 Years Later

Say Anything is a band that you can’t appropriately compare to any other band. Perhaps you could attempt to use metrics like ticket sales or song charting, but certainly not in any tangible sense of emotion, delivery, or downright weirdness. Say Anything kicked the doors down when they entered the scene with a huge “Fuck You” to any preconceived notion of what a “punk” or “emo” band should be. They didn’t give a shit about being a cog in the music industry machine—in fact, they were pretty loud about their despise for it. They wanted to share their passion for… Read more »


11 Empowering, Alternative Songs To Soundtrack National Ex-Spouse Day

It seems indicative of U.S. divorce trends that we could reasonably add National Ex-Spouse Day to the calendar between the bookends of April Fool’s Day and 4/20. Lo and behold, April 14 stands as the designated date for reflection on the heels of romantic dissolution. Officially, it’s a day to assuage anger and practice forgiveness—but let’s be real here: that’s about as engaging as a rainy day lecture on the history of watching paint dry. In the interest of feeding our delusion of music being a cure-all, we’ve opted for a decidedly more “teenage angst” approach in celebrating the sanctioned… Read more »


LØLØ Shares New Heartbreaking Banger “poser”

Brokenhearted girlies, LØLØ has a brand-new treat for you with her new single, “poser.” The equally glamorous and high-energy emo artist intertwines grungy guitar chords and yearning vocals to craft an unapologetically honest heartbreak anthem. All in all, LØLØ is the queen of breakup hits, including her recently released “2 of us.” If you are in your anti-Valentine’s era, this is the perfect metaphorical middle finger to add to your playlists. “You never loved me you fucking poser/Was it only ever just for the sex?/Why would you kiss me and pull me closer just to leave me hanging off of… Read more »


idobi Presents: Most Anticipated Album Releases Of 2024 PT. 1

With 2024 swiftly underway, a wave of eagerly-awaited new singles, albums, and more are poised to make their way into the heavy rotation of our go-to playlists sooner than we realize. Unlike the previous year when Fireworks dropped their new collection, Higher Lonely Power—their first full-length since 2014’s Oh, Common Life—on New Year’s Day, we’ve had a moment to decompress from the holiday madness before diving headfirst into the new release calendar marked by the turn of the new year. Ranging from long-awaited releases such as Neck Deep’s self-titled album and Ghost Atlas’ first new collection since 2017, to debut… Read more »


6 Artists That Beauty School Dropout Turn To For Inspiration

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 »

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