Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week talks about cancel culture.
Today we’ve got Oprah’s interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, some new additions to Slam Dunk Music Festival and the women Beyoncé’ is shouting out for International Women’s Day.
We are all looking for ways to support the Black Lives Matter movement (find a list of resources here) and that includes artists and creatives. It’s incredible to see people you admire taking a stand, using their platforms to amplify black voices and advocate for change, and doing what they can to stand on the […]
The 2010s was a decade ruled by memes. There are so many that it’s hard to remember them all—but don’t worry, idobi is here to remind you of the best ones!
Our staff have spent the past few weeks arguing, digging out their old iPods, and scouring their Myspace pages to narrow their personal picks down.
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Hawthorne Heights, The All-American Rejects, Sleeping with Sirens, and more.
Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s new column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week examines the blues.