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DEAR-GOD Drops Satirical Emo Hyperpop Album “The Punchline”

DEAR-GOD mixes so many genres together it is honestly impressive how well it all works. Ranging from modern hyperpop, to soundcloud emo-rap, to alternative punk, the entire sonic experience is still somehow rooted in heavy rock. It’s weird, aggressive, and undeniably unique. It is also very cool. This week DEAR-GOD released his debut full-length album, The Punchline via Dine Alone Records. On his most recent track, DEAR-GOD shares: My latest track, “Good Person,” is about moral authority and pacifism. When I have a serious issue with someone due to their harmful actions, I try to seek a just punishment. Some… Read more »


Waterparks Releases Supercharged Rendition Of “FAI2” With Zeph

Waterparks and Zeph, aka Zephani Jong, teamed up to reimagine the Intellectual Property hit “FUCK ABOUT IT (feat. blackbear)” in “FAI2.” The track is set to appear on the band’s sixth album INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 2: LOST IN THE PROPERTY. While no release date is confirmed for the LP, the band previously released the album single, “SOULSUCKER,” in May. In classic Awsten Knight fashion, the singer took to Twitter/X in all caps to tell fans the best way to listen. “DONT TEXT ANYONE OR LOOK AT SOCIALS WHILE YOU LISTEN FOR THE FIRST TIME, YEAH IM A LITTLE BOSSY BUT ZEPH… Read more »


phem Releases Action-Packed “donuts” Music Video

After dropping her new single “donuts” on June 12, phem officially dropped the official music video for the sweet hyperpop-tinged track. In the video, the artist is both eating delicious breakfast baked goods and doing donuts in fast cars. Talented stunt driver Dillon Bjorn Schmersal drove circles around a singing phem, making it look just like an action movie. Of course, she also got to be a passenger, too. She sings, “I was eating donuts in the kitchen/I was working overtime fuck an intermission/I was doin’ donuts in my Benz/Parking lot of 7-Eleven and then I said/I was doin’ better… Read more »


phem Shares Ultra-Sweet New Single, “donuts”

Following the release of 2024 singles “cheerleader” featuring Waterparks and “absolutely nothing,” phem is back with the supercharged, hyperpop-infused single and lyric video for “donuts.” “I was eating donuts in the kitchen/I was working overtime fuck an intermission/I was doin’ donuts in my Benz/Parking lot of 7-Eleven and then I said/I was doin’ better you listened/That’s what I expected from you way back then,” the artist sings. Check out the synth-infused new track below. “[D]onuts are a metaphor for so many things…one being in that flow state, or a never-ending cycle [you] wish would end. [T]his song is multi-leveled. [T]he… Read more »


6arelyhuman Announces Headline Fall And Winter Tour Dates

It’s time to break out your Myspace-era tiaras and black eyeliner pencils because 6arelyhuman is heading out on their first-ever headlining tour across North America, the UK, and Europe. The Sassy Scene Tour kicks off in the States on September 17 at Nashville’s Exit/In and wraps up on December 8 at the Tavastia Club in Helsinki, Finland. That Kid will be supporting dates throughout North America, hubithekid will kick off the shows throughout Europe, and Ezekiel will open shows in the UK. You can sign up for pre-sale tickets here. All tickets go live on Thursday, June 6 at 10… Read more »


Maggie Lindemann Collabs With Jasiah For “taking over me,” Unveils ‘HEAPSPLIT’ EP

Maggie Lindemann makes a captivating return with her new 8-track EP, HEADSPLIT. The EP’s closing masterpiece is accompanied by a rebellious, angst-fueled video for the spotlight track, “taking over me.” The single, featuring Jasiah, pays homage to the iconic 2003 coming-of-age film Thirteen. The track and its accompanying video instantly transports viewers to the vibrant chaos of the LA streets, with a cacophony of cityscape soundbites setting the scene. Lindemann and her girlfriends navigate the city with effortless cool, their steps synchronized to the blaring horns and bustling atmosphere. As the music kicks in, the backdrop of city sounds gives… Read more »


Sophie Powers Is “Obsessed” On New Track Featuring Ashley Sienna

Hyperpop girlies, your time has arrived. Alternative hyperpunk artist Sophie Powers and pop-goth songstress Ashley Sienna brought their powers together to create your new fixation, “Obsessed.” The duo made the it-girl anthem of the spring with perfectly catchy lyrics that depict the all-too-relatable chase of someone who is not “good for you.” With slick beats sure to repeat in your head all day, it’s no surprise that TikTok loved the teaser of the track well before it’s full release today. idobi had the chance to catch up with Sophie Powers ahead of her upcoming with Waterparks beginning on March 11… Read more »


Telltale Shares Spooky Edgar Allan Poe-Inspired Single “EDDY”

Richmond, Virginia-based grunge, pop-punk ensemble Telltale is showing off their literary wisdom in an Edgar Allan Poe-inspired track and music video, “EDDY,” via Rude Records. The new single is preceded by the hyperpop-infused “Cardinals” and emo-tinged “Otherside.“ Telltale offers spine-tingling visuals as they recount Poe’s timeless spooky tales in “EDDY.” You can see glimpses of the tell-tale heart, itself. Appropriately, Poe did actually live in Richmond, and a museum for the author is currently located in the Virginia city. Combining gritty modern rock guitar tones with a euphoria-inducing hardcore breakdown, this song has a little bit of everything—especially if you’re… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 9 

With only two weeks left of our 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024, we’re pulling all of the stops and bringing you the best of the best music we’re excited about this year.  In this week’s installment of the 100 Rising Artists, we’re exploring the classic pop-punk formula with Go For Gold, crushing metal acts such as Half Me, bubblegum goodies in the form of Jesse Detor and Best Ex, Mannequin Death Squad’s true-to-form punk, and more. Perhaps you’ve already discovered your next favorite musical obsession in our 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To… Read more »


The Ready Set Drops “Act 2” Music Video, Hints At 2024 Tour Dates

The Ready Set, aka Jordan Witzigreuter, returned with a new music video for recent track “Act 2” on December 8. The song comes from the artist’s October-released studio album Cherryland, which also features singles “Teammate,” “Who You Really Are,” and “Loose Change.” The new Ryan Blewett-directed music video features an energetic Witzigreuter dancing around a white room. Fans have shared their adoration for how the artist draws myriad parallels to his previous work “Disappearing Act” from 2016’s I Will Be Nothing Without Your Love between the music video setting and lyrical callbacks. Witzigreuter sings, “Still in the place you found… Read more »

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