2021 has been saved: The Maine just released a brand new song plus details on their upcoming eighth album. “Sticky”, the first single from XOXO: From Love and Anxiety in Real Time, is a summertime bop with an unbelievably catchy chorus and the type of melody that gets your feet tapping and your head bopping […]
For a band on the verge of releasing a new album during a global pandemic, Chase Atlantic is surprisingly chill.
Nicola Yoon just announced the details of her latest book over on Entertainment Weekly and we are screaming!
Hello and welcome to our virtual stop in Toronto! Home of Drake, the Raptors, and the CN Tower. Let’s dive into some of the must-sees, eh? A famous food (+ recipe): Poutine The nice thing about living in a city as multicultural as Toronto is the amount of food options at your fingertips, even if […]
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that when The Maine releases something new, we want to be first in line to try it. So when we were offered a trial run of their new fansite, Pillar, we eagerly signed up.
There’s something inherently off-putting about clowns—the creepy over-exaggerated smiles, the unnatural make-up—but they’re generally supposed to be a sign of fun and happiness. Which is why indie band Circa Waves decided clowns would be the perfect symbol for their upcoming release Sad Happy. “A clown was always an image we thought represented [the album] quite […]
We here at idobi Radio and Geek Girl Riot are big fans of Young Adult novels (YA) but even we gotta admit: We don’t know why certain wacky tropes pop up over and over again. Here are a few we’ve noticed—and what we wish authors would do instead.
Calling all Mayday Parade fans! Frontman Derek Sanders is releasing his first solo EP on Valentine’s Day and we’re already in love after hearing one song. We all know that Mayday Parade loves a good cover song—they recently finished an entire tour built around covers—so it’s not surprising that Sanders chose to reimagine some of […]
A lot can change in ten years: personalities, tastes, relationships. For Mayday Parade the last ten years have been a chance to grow as a band, explore new ways to entertain, and to connect with their fans. Which is why—almost exactly a decade after seeing them live for the first time—I’m sitting on a tour […]
Picture this: It’s a humid 90 degrees and you’re on a rooftop in New York City with 3000 other people. On one side is the Manhattan skyline; on the other Brooklyn. Everyone is turned toward a stage—the Brooklyn Bridge visible just behind it. On it, a band dressed in pink stands. One of the members […]