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Editorial Features

MAX & Ali Gatie’s New Single Gives idobi “Butterflies” & We Share Them With You

June 25, 2021 | By Sherin Nicole

MAX and Ali Gatie transport us on the dreamy waves of their new track “Butterflies”. They take us back to milestone moments of love, and forward into hopes of what love may become. “Butterflies” isn’t just a pretty song, full of R&B soulfulness, luscious vocals, and electro-pop sparkle, it has a heartbeat you can rock […]

Editorial Features

Being Asian In A White Music Scene

May 10, 2021 | By audreylew

When you’re sixteen, you never really look around the room to see if you’re the only Asian person there. It’s not something that occurs to you when you’re so happy to be front row at a show. For me, I was just excited to share a similar interest with other people my age and to be able to talk about bands we enjoyed. I never realized how important it would be to see other people who looked like me on stage and behind the scenes.

Editorial Features

My Asian American Experience

May 6, 2021 | By audreylew

Aud Lew shares her Asian American experience growing up and various instances of racism she has encountered.

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idobi Station Billboards in LA & ATL

May 6, 2021 | By audreylew

The best part about idobi is that you can get your fix of “alternative music whenever wherever.” Doesn’t matter if you’re taking a walk, at the gym, or working from home—we got you!

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idobi’s Sing It Your Way Hits NYC

May 4, 2021 | By audreylew

idobi Radio’s Sing It Your Way campaign embraces the songs we notoriously get the lyrics wrong for—songs we all sing along with in shower, at karaoke night, folding laundry, or driving with the radio on (hopefully iR, Howl, or Anthm). In this campaign we encourage new and current listeners to sing their favorite songs with […]