Tag: "X Ambassadors"
[Bottom Left Clockwise: Photo by Thomas Falcone, Photo via RogerEbert.com, Photo by Nikolas Ray,Shadow Monster created by Mathematic] Today we’ve got Black Writers Week at RogerEbert.com, X Ambassadors release a new music video, and Travie McCoy announces signing to Hopeless Records and shares his new single. Black Writers Week at Roger Ebert This week RogerEbert.com […]
The Inbox Jukebox brings you fresh new tunes and bands. This week features tracks from SHAED x Two Feet, Brooke Alexx, Zachary Knowles, Emily Weisband, emlyn, COIN, and X Ambassadors x Earl St. Clair.
Today our staff are focusing on the soundtracks that make the world a whole lot better than the films ever did.
idobi’s staff put together their best of 2017 music picks, and shared some of the moments that made it all better.
It’s Movember once again, which means it’s time for the mustache-growers in our lives to shine. After pledging not to shave, these facial hair super-heroes attempt to grow the most glorious er, facial bristles (we’re running out of synonyms).
idobi photographer Crystal Huffman caught the Little Machines Tour with Lights and The Ambassadors in Norfolk, VA at The NorVa.
2014 was a wonderful year for music, but it was also a wonderful year for forgetting that it was 2014. With so many of this year’s releases wearing their nostalgia for musical eras past on their sleeves, it seemed easier than ever to pick up a record that immediately whisked you back to the decade of your choosing despite being less than twelve months old.
Lights has announced a 2015 US tour in support of her latest album, Little Machines, following her tour across Europe. The 19-date run kicks off on February 14th in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and wraps up on March 10th in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The temperature outside the Skyway Theater the night of the Panic! At The Disco’s Minneapolis show was a frigid zero degrees with a wind chill plummeting into the negatives. But that didn’t stop the hardy concertgoers of the Upper Midwest from filing up the venue before the show even started – just in time for Brooklyn’s X Ambassadors and California’s The Colourist to ignite the frozen winter evening with a fire that didn’t die down until long after Panic!’s headlining set had ended.