Tag: "The Academy Is"
idobi’s staff put together their best of 2017 music picks, and shared some of the moments that made it all better.
Twenty One Pilots Debuted At Number One And My Heart Is Soaring Last week Twenty One Pilots released their second full-length album, Blurryface, which I have not stopped listening to, and they also became the second band from our scene this year to have a number one album (debuting as number one on Billboard). It’s […]
Riot Fest has announced full lineups for each of its dates in Chicago, Denver, and Toronto this fall. Chicago will feature a surprise reunion from The Academy Is… to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their album ‘Almost Here’!
Winter sucks. And some days, thereâ€™s just no point in trying to fight it; all you want to do is curl up under the covers and break out your favorite angsty music while preparing for hibernation. Thatâ€™s why our writers have prepared a two-part playlist dedicated to the winter blues; check out part one this week!
Members and former members of The Academy Is.., Fall Out Boy, Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes, and Panic! At The Disco have come together in designing a shirt to sell for the benefit of the ex-drummer of The Academy Is…, who was recently injured severely in a robbery.
Former The Academy Is… singer William Beckett has released a music video for the track “Compromising Me”. The song comes off his debut solo EP, Walk The Talk, which was released in April.
William Beckett, formerly of The Academy Is…, will release his first solo EP Walk The Talk on April 17th. In support of the EP, he will embark on a month long U.S. tour in May.
Say Anything have announced that Adam “Sisky Business” Siska of the recently-broken up The Academy Is… will be joining the band on bass. Former bassist Alex Kent parted ways with the band last year, with Kenny Vasoli of The Starting Line and Person L filling in temporarily on tour.
Join us at 6 pm EST tonight, October 8, for an hour straight of The Academy Is… songs on idobi Radio.
Thanks for the 9 years of music and memories.
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