Rise Rock n’ Shine: The Silent Comedy, Dead Naked Hippies + GOROD

By | September 27, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Do you hear that? It’s the sound of good tunes in the morning.

It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: We haven’t heard from The Silent Comedy in 8 years but their comeback sounds better than ever.

What: “Enemies Multiply” is a beautiful alt-rock song that you can’t help but get addicted to.

Why: We can’t wait to turn this one up to 11 during every rainy day this fall.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find The Silent Comedy on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and their official website.

“This album is a collection of anthems for dark times… Given the state of society today, we feel this is a perfect time to release Enemies Multiply. The average person has become more engaged in issues of exploitation and injustice than we have seen in recent years, and these songs speak directly to the feelings of anger, defiance, and frustration that many of us are feeling.” – Joshua Zimmerman, vocalist + bassist for The Silent Comedy


Who: Art-rock thrashers Dead Naked Hippies.

What: Punk rock goodness abounds on their new track “Rare”

Why: The song and video make a loud and in charge statement—and it’s saying it’s time for more self love, friends.

FFO: idobi Howl

Find Dead Naked Hippies on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

“It is a song about self love. I think we’re quick to judge the term & deem it laughable or irrelevant in fear of being arrogant, or weird. But if you take a hard look at the society we live in, it’s clear to see why so many people struggle to feel content in their own minds and their own bodies. I’ve always struggled with myself and it sickens me to think that so many other people feel the same. It needs to change.” – Lucy Jowett, frontwoman for Dead Naked Hippies 


Who: GOROD is a technical death metal band that has no problem living up to their genre.

What: If you’re looking for new heavy metal this spooky season, look no further than “The Sentry”.

Why: We can’t even begin to keep up with the intricate guitar, howling vocals, and absolute beatdown of “The Sentry” and that’s exactly why we like it.

FFO: idobi Howl

Find GOROD on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.