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Blink-182's Hoppus, Barker Form Electronic Side Project

Ever since that fateful February day when Blink-182 announced they were going on an indefinite hiatus, fans of the band have been clamoring to know just what the future holds for their beloved Mark, Tom and Travis. For the most part the guys have remained silent, aside from a few vaguely worded statements from drummer-turned-reality-TV-star Travis Barker. So MTV News sat down with singer/bassist Mark Hoppus, and while he claimed the group’s current hiatus had been planned for some time, he also made it sound like Blink fans shouldn’t hold their breath for a reunion. “We’ve always planned to have… Read more »


Detroit Electronic Music Fest Expands

The Detroit Electronic Music Festival drew more than 1 million people in each of its first two years. This year, organizers are emphasizing a wider variety of performers – and wondering why techno, which is hugely popular in Europe, is less well-received in the United States. The lineup of nearly 70 performers represents a blend of urban music, and includes Parliament Funkadelic’s George Clinton and the Los Angeles-based hip-hop trio Dilated Peoples. The three-day festival starts Saturday. “What we’re seeing now is a combination between hip-hop music and electronic music, and I think the Detroit festival is capitalizing on that,”… Read more »


Sirius Names Consumer Electronics Veteran Joseph Clayton as CEO

Sirius Satellite Radio, the satellite radio broadcaster, today announced it hired consumer electronics and telecommunications veteran Joseph P. Clayton, 52, as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Clayton joins Sirius from Global Crossing, the global internet and long distance services provider, where he was vice chairman. Mr. Clayton previously served as chief executive officer of Frontier Corporation, a Rochester-based national provider of local telephone, long distance, data, conferencing and wireless communications services, until its acquisition by Global Crossing in October 1999. Mr. Clayton succeeds David Margolese, Sirius’ founder and chairman, who stepped down as Chief Executive Officer in October. In… Read more »


Boston Manor Announces New Album ‘Sundiver,’ Releases Single “Heat Me Up”

Ahead of their fifth studio album, Boston Manor has released the lead single “HEAT ME UP” to generate excitement for their forthcoming full-length Sundiver. The single is dark and mysterious but carries a certain warm familiarity to it. Accompanied by two earlier releases, “Container” and “Sliding Doors,” the album carries resounding themes of understanding and second chances. In discussing the album, frontman Henry Cox says, “Going into the pandemic, we knew our next record would be a double album released in two parts. The first a short shadowy-noiry electronic record set over one night and the second a sprawling rock… Read more »


The Devil Wears Prada Taps LØLØ For “Reasons” Reissue

Following the original release of “Reasons,” which arrived in April 2023 alongside electronic artists Excision and Wooli, The Devil Wears Prada has reissued the collaborative single. Only this time, they have tapped Hopeless Records artist LØLØ to lend her talents to the track. “I was really excited when TDWP asked me to feature on this track,” LØLØ shares in a press release. “I’ve always thought they were so awesome but never thought I’d end up collaborating on a track with them. I think I probably just got a lot cooler.” “When we made ‘Reasons’ with Excision and Wooli, we knew… Read more »


House Of Protection Debuts Single, “It’s Supposed To Hurt”

Following their departure from FEVER 333 in 2022, guitarist Stephen Harrison and drummer Aric Improta are back to share their new project, House Of Protection. “It’s Supposed To Hurt” marks their debut and is produced by ex-Bring Me The Horizon‘s Jordan Fish. The stellar duo are now signed to Red Bull Records. Initially, they dropped their first (literally) fiery teaser on April 22 and rapidly gained thousands of Instagram followers. On “It’s Supposed To Hurt,” both Improta and Harrison show off their vocal prowess. They offer a unique mix of grungey, dissonant verses and yearning screams in the chorus. House… Read more »


JHARIAH Talks New Album and Freedom of Following Own Path of Creativity

Jhariah Clare has created numerous mediums of art throughout his life. He started off with drawing and animation but quickly grew into music, directing, and more. Fortunately, his music project has given him the perfect home base for all of his creative aspirations and outlets. As he gets ready to release his second full-length album Trust Ceremony on April 19—literally on the last day he was recording it—he dropped by the idobi Radio studio, and we chatted about the new music, his love for creating an entire universe around his art, and more. “TRUST CEREMONY is exactly as the title… Read more »


blink-182 Guitarist/Vocalist Tom DeLonge Releases Signature Guitar With Fender

As long as “Alien’s Exist,” Tom DeLonge of blink-182 will have a guitar in his hand. The iconic guitarist is putting his signature Starcaster® in the hands of fans, thanks to Fender. The signature release marks his second with the brand and costs $1,199.99. The Starcaster comes in four different colorways: Shoreline Gold, Olympic White, Surf Green, and Shell Pink. DeLonge first premiered the Squier® Starcaster® in 2022, and as an experienced musician in a pop-punk band, he’s got to amp up some of the features of his instrument. “I made some changes to the original Starcaster®; I’ve streamlined the… Read more »


Garzi Is “Much Better” On New Track

Garzi has released his new track, “Much Better,” via Sumerian Records. It’s a heavier pop-punk journey that reflects the complexities of mental health. Anyone who listens will resonate with this melodically softened take on a sensitive topic. The accompanying music video features the alt-emo rocker driving through different areas of a city, along with walking through different secluded areas. The relatability to aimlessly wandering around while working through something that’s upsetting you impacts the reality of how common dealing with mental struggles is. Garzi expands on this by saying it’s “A song that touches on depression being recognized as the… Read more »



This week my guest is legendary electronic artist Moby! Everyone knows his electro hits but did you know Moby is a massive massive Punk fan? Well he is and we get into a lot of punk rock talk on this episode. Not only that Moby is a Vegan Animal Rights activist who just released his 1st movie last year titled “Punk Rock Vegan Movie” This is a must tune in episode!

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