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.
Halloween is the time to put on your favorite spooky tracks or just play all the songs you love year-round for your normie friends. Of course, myriad instrumental songs are instantly recognizable and iconic, such as in the case of A24’s Talk To Me’s “Le Monde” by Richard Carter, taking over TikTok and Instagram Reels. Additionally, Michael Abels’ thrilling compositions brought Jordan Peele’s Get Out, Us, and Nope to life with rousing instrumentals, including “Pas de Deux” and “Preparing The Trap.” Of course, who could forget the goat, the OG, “The Master Of Horror,” himself, John Carpenter? The “Prince of… Read more »
Prepare yourself for a major dose of nostalgia with Motion City Soundtrack this winter. The band recently announced they will be celebrating a whopping two decades of I Am The Movie with a tour. Featuring the likes of “The Future Freaks Me Out” and “My Favorite Accident,” the 2003 LP is getting the full album playthrough treatment beginning on December 30. Plus, Gully Boys, Minnesota’s premier grunge-pop quartet, will be hitting the road alongside the band as support. In a recent Instagram post, Motion City Soundtrack shared that they’re bringing their songs to smaller venues across the nation to make… Read more »
Indie-rockers HUNNY took over our playlists with the likes of “Homesick” and “Xbox Luvr,” and they’re doing it again with the new track “ring in ur ear” featuring none other than Motion City Soundtrack vocalist Justin Courtney Pierre. Transporting us back to cute yet horrendously awkward high school days, HUNNY performs in an unhinged talent show circa 2003. Painting a lyrical picture of young love, the band will give you all the nostalgic feels you need for a mid-week pick-me-up. Check out the brand-new music video below. Preceded by “big star,” “action → reaction,” “solo” and “89cc,” “ring in ur… Read more »
Fall Out Boy are going to be a part of Just Dance 2024, with their song “I Am My Own Muse” being a playable song.
Olivia Rodrigo has impressively managed to successfully outdo herself once again with the release of her sophomore album GUTS. The album is officially out just in time to ride as an emotional rollercoaster through all of your fall activities. These songs are sure to be the soundtrack of leaves changing, campfires, pumpkin spice coffees, and hoodie weather. It’s one of those records that when you revisit it in ten years, you’ll be transported back to the memories you made this autumn season. Olivia Rodrigo has managed to expand her iconic sound on GUTS. While her first record SOUR boasted mostly… Read more »
It is officially summer time! You know what that means…every pop-punk band is about to ask the same burning question: “Did we just write the song of the summer?” It is hard to determine the correct answer here. Especially because music is subjective, and your song of the summer pick is probably different than someone else’s. So, how do we decide which band truly wrote the summer anthem? Look no further! Here at idobi we are kicking off the official Summertime Sadness Bracket to figure out the truth and get to the bottom of this! We need your help though.… Read more »
Ever wondered what a horror movie would be like if it had an entirely emo-focused soundtrack? Look no further, because idobi has put together our ideal soundtrack of all of your favorite scene bands for our fake horror flick.
The meta slasher franchise is back with its latest installment: Scream 6. Horror is pretty synonymous with heavy music, whether it’s the soundtrack or even the people behind the camera. This entry has a soundtrack dominated by pop music.
Today we talk about The 1975’s new single, The Weekend’s Haunted Houses at Universal Studios, and the mini soundtrack for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The 1975’s is Giving Us “Happiness” The 1975 have let us all know that their next single “Happiness” will hit the airwaves on Wednesday, August 3rd. Frontman Matty Healy posted a picture on Instagram of himself in the studio last week with the caption, “Happiness”. This morning he put up a picture of a poster of the band that reads, “The 1975. Happiness. August 3rd.” The same black and white poster can be seen in real… Read more »