Coming off of the high of their self-titled, third studio album released earlier this year and the inevitable high that will follow once the group kicks off their forthcoming US headline tour in October, A R I Z O N A entered the idobi Studios in North Hollywood with fervor and poise. The self-titled album, which arrived in May via Elektra Records, is an acclaimed triumph of slick electro-pop oozing with personality and highlighted by the group’s gripping opening track, “Graveyard.” Watch more: A R I Z O N A Perform “Dark Skies” Live at idobi Studios Following a compelling… Read more »
A R I Z O N A made their way to idobi Studios for a special performance of their hit single “Dark Skies”. Spolier: It was incredible.
Emerging in the wake of their compelling dual EP releases, MoonEater and SoulEater, which debuted earlier this month, Magnolia Park entered the idobi Studios in North Hollywood with a mission. Their goal? To create a lush sonic temple for vocalist Joshua Roberts’ infectious voice to bounce off of in tandem with the group’s guitarists, Tristan Torres and Freddie Criales, armed with their acoustics. In a departure from their usual style and crafting a rendition sans Mayday Parade’s Derek Sanders, the group tackled their immensely popular track, “Feel Something.” As observers in the studio, we couldn’t help but be swept away… Read more »
Magnolia Park paid a visit to idobi Studios for a session, and pulled out a spine-tingling cover of Bring Me The Horizon’s “Drown”.
Just a few years ago, Magnolia Park was an up-and-coming pop punk band from Florida making small but impactful waves in their local scene. It didn’t take a rocket scientist to see that the group was destined for success. They have it all: the music, the look, the passion, and the ability to connect and relate to a large community of like-minded individuals. They quickly became absolutely inescapable on TikTok and Reels. Their videos were going viral seemingly every day. It can be argued that the second verse of their track “10 For 10” was the first to hit incredible… Read more »
What better way to spend a Friday night than with a bunch of people who like the same music as you? Not to mention: live bands, DJs, one-of-a-kind beer and exclusive merchandise! On August 5th the folks right here at idobi Radio hosted a SonicTap event at the Frogtown Brewery in Los Angeles, CA. This kicks off one of many upcoming activations from idobi, as we continue to make huge strides building a unique community in our area. idobi Radio is a team of extremely passionate, like-minded, and dedicated individuals who strive to bring alternative music to the masses. We… Read more »
Entering the idobi Studios, Roe Kapara graced the space with an aura of anticipation and musical prowess, ready to share his artistry through two captivating live performances. The spotlight was cast upon his standout tracks “Everything’s Fine (Nuke Song)” and “Everyone’s Dying (Grandma’s Drunk Again),” carefully chosen from his debut EP I Hope Hell Isn’t Real, released under the reputable banner of Epitaph Records. These selections weren’t just songs but portals into Kapara‘s soul and hard work, revealing his unique musical identity characterized by the stripped-back arrangements and a poignant, vulnerable narrative. With the echoes of these compelling performances still… Read more »
Roe Kapara paid a visit to idobi Studio for a little session, performing their anxious indie anthem “Everything’s Fine (Nuke’s Song)”.
Roe Kapara exploded out of nowhere in the last year. His approach to music is all encompassing, creating a universe in which his songs exist to compliment each other. From his visuals, and lyricism, to his style, and instrumentation, it is a full package. Roe Kapara has crafted a world drenched in nostalgia. Every release is clever and calculated. You might recognize him from the internet as the stoic guy with the guitar in front of an old TV playing vintage VHS tapes. His delivery and charismatic nature is captivating. Earlier this year, Roe Kapara shared his Epitaph Records debut… Read more »
In the wake of her recent visit to the idobi Studios in North Hollywood, the luminous artist under the banner of Pete Wentz’s DCD2 Records, CARR, cast her radiant presence once again upon our studio stage. With an air of anticipation, she embarked on a stripped-back rendition of her latest opus, the entrancing “Spiral City.” Yet, this was merely a prelude to her masterful reinterpretation of The Kooks‘ classic masterpiece, “Naive.” Enveloped by the skillful harmonies of her guitarist, CARR embarked on a journey of artistic metamorphosis in comparison to her discography. Armed with an acoustic canvas, she masterfully reshaped… Read more »