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MOD SUN and Yung Pinch Join Caldwell On “Flyin’ Pass” Remix

Since the launch of his debut single “Flyin’ Pass” in November 2023, Caldwell has been making waves in the country music scene despite his alternative flair. The track has not only climbed various country music charts but also amassed over 2 million streams, solidifying Caldwell’s position as a rising star in the genre. Building on this success, Caldwell has released a remix of “Flyin’ Pass,” featuring the genre-fluid, multi-instrumentalist MOD SUN, and the versatile rapper/singer Yung Pinch. “This song holds a special place in my heart—it all came together when my team and I were in LA, celebrating the iTunes… Read more »

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The Eiffels Pay Homage To Carefree Abandon With “Beautiful Life”

Indie-dance rock sensation The Eiffels makes a triumphant return with their latest single, their first of 2024, “Beautiful Life.” Epitomizing the concept that life’s beauty resides in its smallest moments, the track takes listeners on a journey through a state of alcohol-induced euphoria. According to frontman Sean Ulbs, “Beautiful Life” captures the playful essence of the good times and carefree abandon. In addition to unveiling their new single, The Eiffels sat down with idobi Radio to discuss the creative process behind “Beautiful Life,” the emotions they aimed to capture, and more. Immerse yourself in the infectious energy of “Beautiful Life,”… Read more »


Hungover Shares Touring Tell-All With Neck Deep, Premieres New Record

Hungover is on the verge of the arrival of their eagerly-awaited sophomore album, When It Touches The Heart, Everything Resolves. The 11-track collection follows 2018’s acclaimed major label debut, Wilt. Across the new album, the three-piece unit emerges through a whirlwind of anthemic tracks, including their three previously released singles “Out Of Body,” “Shake It Off,” and “Reunion.” “When It Touches the Heart, Everything Resolves evolves the pop-forward rock sound we developed on WILT by exploring new sonic textures that call back to the artists that have informed us,” vocalist Marc Cortes shares of the three-piece’s new release. “You can… Read more »


Linkin Park Tease Chester Bennington-Led, Unreleased Song, “Friendly Fire”

Even with powerhouse frontman Chester Bennington gone, it hasn’t stopped Linkin Park from releasing previously recorded tracks. “Friendly Fire” was originally a part of the acts “One More Light” sessions. The band posted a snippet of the song on their socials, with hints of their nu-metal flair blended with synth-pop. “We’re falling apart for no reason/We’re pulling the trigger in a useless war/If we go back and go into the black/What are we fighting for?” The preview is on a simple green background with conveyor belt text, the title, and the year it was recorded. They announced on X/Twitter that… Read more »


10 Black Pop-Punk & Alt-Rock Acts Everyone Should Know

From rock n’ roll godmother Sister Rosetta Tharpe to grunge singer Tina Bell, there have always been Black rock music artists. Pop-punk and alternative rock are no different. To celebrate Black History Month and the kickass contributions of Black rock artists, here are 10 Black pop-punk and alt-rock artists you should listen to year-round. Fefe Dobson The Canadian pop-punk singer Fefe Dobson released her self-titled debut album in 2003, which spawned hits that included “Take Me Away,” “Bye Bye Boyfriend,” and “Everything.” She would follow that album with 2006’s Sunday Love and 2010’s Joy. The latter was especially notable for… Read more »


Nightly Ignites idobi Studio With Captivating “like i do” Performance

In the wake of their highly anticipated sophomore full-length album, wear your heart out, which arrived independently in August 2023, the dynamic trio, Nightly, stopped by the idobi Radio Studio in Los Angeles for a special performance of “like i do.” The group’s latest album, featuring the captivating track that the trio brought to life in the studio, serves as the follow-up to their their well-received debut album, 2020’s night, love you. Watch more: Blind Channel Covers Backstreet Boys’ “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” At idobi Studios Delving into the heart of “like i do,” Nightly delicately stripped away the track’s shimmering,… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 7

We have officially rounded the last corner in our stretch to bring you 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024! With only three weeks remaining after this week’s release, we assure you that for the remainder of the year, we will continue to keep you in-the-know of your favorite artists and introduce you to your potential next favorite artist (*wink wink*). Perhaps you’ve already discovered your next favorite artist among the talents we’ve featured in this series… We certainly hope so, given the abundance of remarkable individuals showcased in the last two months! In case you’ve missed… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 6

By now, you’re surely familiar with our running list of 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024. With that in mind, we’ll keep this short and sweet. Welcome to our sixth installment! Wow, we are more than halfway through now… If you are just now joining us, make sure to go back and check out our first fifty artists here. This week we have quite the eclectic mix. From emo-rap, to indie rock, to post-hardcore, to anthemic pop-punk, we’ve got something you’ll like. Our list consists of truly up-and-coming music. Most of these artists have less than… Read more »


poptropicaslutz! Have A ‘Face For The Radio’ In Exclusive Album Breakdown

Meet the duo that are taking over the alternative scene one glitched-out, catchy chorus at a time. This month, poptropicaslutz! dropped their highly-anticipated debut album Face For The Radio via Epitaph Records and it is loaded with hits from start to finish. After dropping a slew of exciting singles this year including popular tracks “Catastrophe” featuring Magnolia Park, “Upside Down“, and “What Would You Do To Get Ahead(line)?“, the record’s B-sides are just as great. “Wind Back” and “Sierra Echo X-Ray” for example, are totally stand-out tracks. The group explore many genres across the record, including nods to early 2000’s… Read more »


poptropicaslutz! Show Their “True Colors” On New Single

If you want to relive your MySpace era, poptropicaslutz! is the duo for you. Blending their passion for early 2000s emo, SoundCloud rap, and the stylistic autotune of Hellogoodbye, Christian Cicilia and Nick Crawford are back at it again with their new single, “True Colors.” Marking the third single off of their upcoming debut album Face For The Radio, poptropicaslutz! highlights their sonic maturity through textured production and suave lyrics. Possessing the charm and sexiness of 2010s bands like The Cab, “True Colors” shows off what the duo does best: writing complex and dynamic pop songs best visualized as colorful… Read more »

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