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Sueco Announces Headline North American Tour With GXTP

Following the release of his most recent offering, “Mulholland Drive,” Sueco has announced the details of his upcoming North American fall tour. The tour is scheduled to kick off on September 14 in Jacksonville, FL, to support Sueco’s forthcoming full-length album, Attempted Lover, slated to arrive this summer on June 28. The tour will run 29 shows, and Sueco will be joined by GXTP, fronted by songwriter/producer Poo Bear (ONE OK ROCK, Billie Eilish, Justin Bieber). Presale tickets will be available this Thursday, May 16, at 10 AM ET, with Spotify Fans First tickets becoming available at 12 PM ET.… Read more »


Sueco Searches For Something Real On “Mulholland Drive”

Sueco is here with a new track, “Mulholland Drive,” and it’s a major departure from his previous hits. This new offering showcases Sueco‘s raw vocals over tender acoustic guitar strums. In fact, he revealed that this is “one of the best songs I’ve ever written,” and that he’s been sitting on it for nearly two years. The soaring choruses reveal Sueco evolving, excitingly growing in his craft. Previously, the artist shared the single, “Drama Queen,” on March 22, kicking off a new album cycle. Coming up in June on an unconfirmed date, the artist’s record, Attempted Lover, is slated for… Read more »


Sueco And Bea Miller Team Up On Emo Romance Track “Yours”

Best known for fusing punk-rock with elements of hip-hop, Sueco just released his new track “Yours” with “like that” singer Bea Miller. This time, the pop-rock duo made a relationship track that is doused in nostalgia-inducing neon pop-punk vibes.  On synth-forward, raw, and unapologetically romantic track, both Sueco and Miller join forces to pipe, “How did somebody so lost like me get so lost at sea?/And washed up on your shore, yeah, yeah/I can’t believe I’m yours.” Watch the new motorcycle-themed lyric video for “Yours” below.  “[Love is] hard to find, making it all the more valuable,” Sueco shares of… Read more »


Roe Kapara Examines The Corporate Ladder On “Life In America”

Roe Kapara fits in a genre all of his own, one that is best summed up as “bleak bangers.” Using his wide platform and catchy alternative sonics, he tackles topical issues. Rightfully so, he confronts the idea of “the American dream” and its empty promises. Today, he shares one of his most scathing indictments on systemic failures with “Life In America.” If you are capitalism’s No. 1 hater, this song is a must-add to your playlist. “Come see the carnival/We’ll laugh at the poor/They all dance in desperation/Watch them crawl on the floor/You stole the fruits of my own labor/I’ve… Read more »


Stand Atlantic Taps PVRIS And Bruses For “GIRL$” Collab

Stand Atlantic, with the help of their “girls, girls, girls,” PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn and Bruses, is reclaiming the power of the male gaze in a satirical and refreshing way. Today, the female-led powerhouse trio has unleashed the liberating new collaborative track, “GIRL$.” “I feel like the message of the song speaks for itself,” Stand Atlantic frontwoman Bonnie Fraser shares. “I wanted to show my appreciation for women and, personally, my experience growing up knowing I was attracted to women but still feeling like I had to fit the mold of the male gaze, just based on the way I was… Read more »


Illenium Performs With Motionless In White, Avril Lavigne, & More In LA

EDM DJ Illenium isn’t a stranger to the alternative scene. During his Los Angeles, CA, shows on February 2 and 3 at SoFi Stadium, he brought out several special guests. The tour is to support his self-titled independent release, which arrived last spring. Illenium’s exploration into the alt scene isn’t unheard of. From First To Lasts’ Sonny Moore ventured into dubstep in the early 2000s, which kicked off the blurring of genres and the possibility of experimenting with different sounds. Read more: Turnstile Announces European Tour Dates The mother fucking princess herself, Avril Lavigne, graced the audience with her presence… Read more »


100 Rising Artists To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 2

Who can forget the thrill of unearthing new music during the wild era of illegal downloads on Limewire or Frostwire? Or the excitement of tirelessly page hopping across Myspace profiles only to stop once you’d stumbled upon who you were certain would be the next greatest underground artist? Ahh, the good ‘ole days, a golden period. Fortunately, discovering new music isn’t as challenging these days. Especially with idobi Radio by your side *wink wink*. Somewhere in the depths of a muggy basement or a beatdown garage, the next greatest artist is crafting, writing, and recording—chronicling the soundtrack of the next… 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 »


LØLØ Wonders If She’ll Ever Be As Cool As Green Day On “omg”

Overnight sensation LØLØ has revealed her gripping new anthem, “omg.” The young artist’s latest effort offers a raw and unfiltered look into her personal struggles while pulling no punches and providing a candid glimpse into some of her darkest moments. With its unapologetically vulnerable and rebellious tone, “omg” radiates genuine emotion and energy. Opening the track with a gentle acoustic guitar, briefly reminiscent of Green Day’s “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life),” LØLØ demonstrates her ability to create a softer tone before hitting listeners with the juxtaposition of the rousing chorus. The interplay of the intricate instrumental support and the… Read more »

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