The wait is OVER! Hot Mulligan‘s brand new album Why Would I Watch is finally out in the world for everyone’s audible pleasures. Released via independent label Wax Bodega, their latest effort finds Hot Mulligan at their poppiest, loudest and most anthemic yet. They’ve managed to hone the different style choices from their previous releases into a perfect concoction of pop, punk, rock and emo on this album. The band have highlighted the track “No Shoes in the Coffee Shop (or Socks)” as the release day single with a lovely music video to accompany it. Check out what the group… Read more »
Today, Hot Mulligan have released another new track from their upcoming album Why Would I Watch out May 12th via Wax Bodega. The new tune “Gans Media Retro Games” shows the band at their loudest and poppiest. This track follows the release of their song “Shhhh! Golf is On” last month, both produced by their long time studio partner, Brett Romnes. Hot Mulligan also released a goofy and dramatic wrestle-themed visual to accompany the new song and if you watch closely you might just catch a cameo from Dan Lambton. “This song is about only seeing what I’m doing wrong,”… Read more »
Hot Mulligan has announced that they are going to be playing a string of headline shows to kick off the summer. They will be joined by an incredible set of supports in the form of Stand Atlantic, Free Throw, Cliff Diver and Ben Quad on select dates. Here are the dates that you will be able to catch them at: This announcement comes shortly after the release of the band’s newest track, “Shhh! Golf Is On“, the first single from their upcoming album “Why Would I Watch”, due May 12th via Wax Bodega. The band is currently wrapping up a… Read more »
idobi photographer Jasmine Denisse covered the Knuckle Puck and Hot Mulligan tour with Meet Me At The Altar and Anxious at North Park Observatory in San Diego. Check out some photos from the tour below!
No other radio show or podcast is bringing you what The Gunz Show can… how about not one, but two great pop punk bands that both have new music out! First up – in a The Gunz Show exclusive, Gunz speaks with Real Friends and their brand new singer Cody Muraro and gets you the inside details on the band’s return! Then it gets wild and crazy with our friends from Hot Mulligan – as they discuss their brand new EP and take questions from the audience!
Photo: Hot Mulligan via Facebook People who steal are shit. People who steal other people’s shit, are even more shit. Bottom line—there’s a special place somewhere very hot (no pun intended) for those that steal from musicians who are just trying to tour the country, rock out on stage for 45 minutes to an hour and 10 minutes, and inspire kids everywhere. My buddies in Hot Mulligan unfortunately were robbed last night in Indianapolis. Someone stole one of a kind prototype guitars from the guys. This sucks. What can you do to help? Anyone in the area or the state… Read more »
The Maine will be joining the Sad Summer Festival and we could not be more thrilled. Taking Back Sunday is headlining the event and they’ll both be joined by PVRIS, Hot Mulligan, Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Head Automatica, L.S. Dunes, and Motion City Soundtrack.
‘Tis that season for us to collectively reflect on the masterful, put-it-on-repeat albums that have dropped this year. In a year brimming with exceptional releases, sifting through the best albums of 2023 proved to be a delightful challenge for the idobi Radio team. When we initially tried to narrow our favorite albums down to 23 to correspond with 2023, it proved absolutely impossible. So we took off the restraints and, ahem, opened up that pit! Welcome to the Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 2. We opted for a celebration of equality, bestowing each album with its due praise for a… Read more »
Let’s dive straight into this alternate reality and see what a universe would look like if the soundtrack for The Marvels was composed of emo tunes. Since the three leads all grew up in different decades, it gives us the opportunity to include emo from varying eras. Let’s break it down between these leading women.
Dust off your Chucks and Vans because it is officially When We Were Young Fest week! With excitement building around the festival, particularly the highly anticipated headline performances from blink-182 and Green Day, the official When We Were Young Fest 2023 set times for this weekend’s festivities and shenanigans are here! Amidst a flurry of teasers hitting left, right, and center from artists across the lineup, one notably apt teaser has piqued our interest—a sneak peek at blink-182‘s upcoming track, “When We Were Young.” We’re crossing our fingers that they debut the song live at the festival…I mean, seriously, what… Read more »