Indie darling dba James has issued his latest release “7*.” The shimmering new single effortlessly captures the essence of summer in the sunshine. With his alluring vocal delivery layered over lively drums and radiant acoustic lines, the New York City-based artist guides the track from its mellow beginnings to driving choruses. James’ seamless fusion of genres, laced with subtle nods to emo influences, creates an intriguing and captivating musical experience. In typical fashion, James infuses existentialism into his lyrics, injecting profound meaning into this summer anthem. The depth of his songwriting adds a reflective quality that resonates with listeners, transcending… Read more »
Tune in to idobi Radio at 8pm ET for a brand new episode of Rock The Walls with Patrick Walford featuring the premiere of two brand new songs from Obey The Brave and interviews with Dan Kenny of Suicide Silence, Josh James of Stick To Your Guns and Casey Jones, and Freddy Madball of Madball. 8pm-12am ET only on idobi Radio.
With a new wife, new twin sons and even a new band, veteran pop troubadour James Taylor is spending most of the next few months touring the amphitheaters of North America, a summer ritual as dependable as sunscreen and inflated concession stand prices. “I’m kind of grooved in on that kind of evening and a sort of summer-night experience,” says Taylor, 53, a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer who in February this year married Boston Symphony Orchestra publicist Caroline Smedvig. The couple’s sons were born in early April, via in vitro fertilization of a surrogate mother. The veteran singer-songwriter… Read more »
Anna Shoemaker, the young New York transplant, has released her confessional new single, “I Think I.” “I Think I” follows the release of “Holly” which Anna issued in January and sparked a “viral TikTok moment” garnering more than 1.7 million views on her platform. “I Think I” and “Holly” are two of the five enchanting tracks that make up her eagerly-anticipated EP Hey Anna which is expected to drop in June 2023 via +1 Records. Hey Anna marks the young musician’s first project since 2022’s full-length Everything is Fine (I’m Only on Fire). You can presave Hey Anna here. Read… Read more »
When We Were Young Fest has just officially reached a new level of excitement when two unexpected and iconic figures in the music world joined forces on stage. Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes made a surprise appearance during Yellowcard‘s set, sending shockwaves of thrill through the crowd with a collaborative performance of “Three Minutes More,” which is featured on Yellowcard’s recently released EP Childhood Eyes and features PTV. As Fuentes stepped onto the stage during Yellowcard‘s set to join vocalist William Ryan Key at the mic, the crowd thunderously erupted. Additionally, former Hey Monday vocalist Cassadee Pope joined Key for… Read more »
The Dangerous Summer has delivered a mesmerizing new version of their 2021 single “The Best Part of Letting Go (Reimagined).” This new rendition is a refreshing take on the original, bringing a new life into the lyrics through amplified instrumentation and electro-pop elements. AJ Perdomo‘s vocal delivery is raw and unfiltered, conveying the pain and longing in the lyrics with incredible depth. The vocal harmonies are also beautifully executed, adding an extra layer of emotion to the track. Read more: Mayday Parade Are Emotional As Ever With “More Like A Crash” While the original version of “The Best Part of… Read more »
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What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Seaway, Mike Shinoda, Motionless in White, and more.
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from New Found Glory, The Wonder Years, Derek Sanders, and more.