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Read letters from our team as they say their goodbyes to Yellowcard, and listen to the band’s new track, “The Hurt Is Gone”.
Pop punkers, we are officially old. This week, Blink-182’s Take Off Your Pants and Jacket turned fifteen years old. In honor of its birthday bash, the idobi crew got together to recount our favorite lyrics (and memories) from the monumental album. Check out what we had to say below, and join us in bracing yourself […]
Brand New has caused yet more speculation by announcing their (possible) farewell in 2018 via some merch—and quite understandably, there’ve been mixed reactions from fans, and a whole lot of confusion.
idobi staff have pitched The 1975’s latest album against their debut in order to help you decide for yourself: Team Black or Pink?
Read what idobiâ€™s staff had to say when they got together to discuss The Summer Set’s brand new single “Figure Me Out”.
Though the exact memory from ten years ago might be a little fuzzy, we all do remember loving every moment spent with this record. Well, who didnâ€™t love this one, right? Everything in Transit is about as perfect as records come.
No matter where you look in the world, thereâ€™s always something thatâ€™s bound to turn your head. The sheer amount of unbelievable acts that caught our attention this year had to have broken some kind of record, whether they were wonderful, heart-wrenching, or absolutely stupid.
Collaborations are great, new tracks give us life, and music videos provide the perfect setting for both, but what could be better than a stellar album to jam out to in our cars, houses, and even at the office (headphones probably not optional)?
Until a music video is released, a song is open to the theatrics of your mind. If you’re anything like us, all your favorite songs have a storyboard of your own creation to go along with themâ€”that is, until the official video is released. It’ll wipe away your mental picture, and if they’ve done it right, you’ll be happy to let it go. The following nineteen videos accomplished just that, as told by the idobi staff.