Coming off the high of their extremely successful fourth studio album, Sanguivore this year, Creeper has announced a string of intimate headlining tour dates across the United Kingdom. Kicking off in March, the tour sees Creeper hitting spots like Newcastle, Belfast, Dublin, Leeds, and more. The special thing about this run is how small the venues are. Fans will have a chance to see the band in a particularly intimate setting, something all music lovers enjoy. “We want you to know that the dates listed are a direct result of you guys asking for them in comment sections etc, we heard you!… Read more »
Listen Up! On today’s episode, we play a showdown of the movie ranking game with critics score (Hawaii Edition), discuss the global fast food showdown, and fast tracks between LA and Las Vegas … enjoy! The Brett Davern Show is streamed LIVE daily at 12 pm (eastern) and 9 am (pacific) on idobi Radio at https://idobi.com. Follow Brett on social media @BDavv, Katie : @KatieLeclerc, the show @BrettDavernShow
UK punkers The Menstrual Cramps have released their new single, “Body Politics,” and signed to Alcopop! Records. The band also announced headline shows in the new year, including Manchester Punk Fest, Outer Town Festival, and 2000 Trees. The song is based on a deeper political meaning of bodily autonomy and identity. With quick drums and a strong beat, the song kicks in by repeating the title and includes, “Body politics/Gender is performative/I didn’t choose my gender it was placed on me.” Clocking in under three minutes, it’s a good old-fashioned pointed punk song that challenges the status quo. Vocalist Emilia… Read more »
Someone call Seth Cohen because Chrismukkah has certainly taken over the holiday season! Midtown, the beloved New Jersey pop-punkers the scene fell in love with upon their inception in 1998, has announced their first annual Chrismukkah Spectacular show on December 21 at The Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ. After an extended hiatus, the group reunited in 2022 for their Ressurection Tour as well as to support My Chemical Romance on several dates of the My Chemical Romance North American Reunion Tour in the fall of 2022. Midtown’s Chrismukkah Spectacular will see the band in their hometown tearing it up with… Read more »
Grey Daze, a Phoenix-based post-grunge band, is heading out on their first-ever UK run in spring. The group, originally led by the late great Chester Bennington, is launching the #ForYouChester tour in celebration of their friend and former frontman’s life. In an Instagram post, the band comprised of Sean Dowdell, Cris Hodges, Mace Beyers, and Cristin Davis shared, “We are excited to be touring the UK for the very first time | May 2024.” Fans can expect to hear everything from “B12,” which originally appeared on the band’s 1997 record No Sun Today, all the way to tracks from their… Read more »
Royal Blood stopped off in New York for a raw and raucous show with support coming from the brilliance Bad Nerves.
Poppy is just a few weeks out from unveiling her fifth full-length album, Zig, which will drop via Sumerian Records on October 27. In anticipation of the release, the enigmatic singer-songwriter, known for her genre-blurring sound and unique artistic approach, has revealed that she will join her fellow labelmates Bad Omens as direct support on the metalcore unit’s forthcoming 2024 UK and European headline tour. In an Instagram post announcing the news, Poppy shares, “I’ve got some new dates for you. I’m joining @badomensofficial in the EU and headlining the UK! Tickets and VIP for all UK shows are available… Read more »
It appears that The 1975 are Still…at their very best. The British rockstars are taking their tour back home across the pond next year to fans in the UK and Europe. Kicking things off in Glasgow on February 8, 2024, and concluding on March 22 in Cologne, Germany, the 26-date run follows their 2023 North American leg of shows. In an Instagram post, the band also shares that additional shows in Glasgow, Manchester, and London were added “due to phenomenal demand.” Fans of The 1975 can purchase tickets to the UK tour tomorrow, September 8, at 10 AM local time. … Read more »
Don Broco have announced a new UK tour, all based around them throwing a birthday party. But what does it all mean?
Roe Kapara paid a visit to idobi Studio for a little session, performing their anxious indie anthem “Everything’s Fine (Nuke’s Song)”.