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Get to Know The Nearly Deads in a Whole New Way in their idobi “Tell Me” Video!

Today we’re getting up close and personal with The Nearly Deads. The band’s new EP Revenge of the Nearly Deads is out tomorrow, and to celebrate, vocalist TJ is gonna share some stories you’ve never heard before in idobi’s brand new “Tell Me” series. If you’ve ever wanted to know what makes TJ smile, tell some tour tales, and how she got through some tough times, hit play on the video below to find out her “Tell Me” stories. You’ll get to know the Nashville alt-rockers in a whole new way, and also what to expect from Revenge of the Nearly Deads. The EP is up for pre-order now, and… Read more »

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Baby Got Back Talk Premieres “Guilty Of Being Bright”

Dubbed one of our 100 Rising Artists To Listen To In 2024, Baby Got Back Talk is committed to pushing boundaries and challenging stereotypes within the rock music scene by amplifying diverse voices that have often been overlooked or silenced. Their latest endeavor, a mixtape featuring BIPOC and female-identifying musicians, serves as a rallying cry for inclusivity. In an exclusive interview, Baby Got Back Talk shares insights into their mission for diversity and inclusion in rock music with the release of their latest single and accompanying video for “Guilty Of Being Bright.” The new release serves as a musical counterpart… Read more »


Rob Zombie Announces Original Bassist, Blasko, Is Back After Piggy D.’s Departure

Longtime bassist Piggy D. announced that he’s officially parted ways with Rob Zombie and co. In the wake of his absence, the original member of the lineup, Rob “Blasko” Nicholson, rejoins the outfit. Blasko left in 2006, with Piggy D. replacing him, when he linked up with Ozzy Osbourne’s ensemble. Nicholson will continue with Osbourne and Zombie. “After 18 years, I am thrilled to announce that Blasko has returned,” Zombie wrote on his Instagram. “The four-string Zombie monster is back. Get ready for a crazy summer of mayhem.” The recent departure of Piggy D. came as a surprise to fans.… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 8

Phew! We have officially reached 80 out of 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024. Which means we are in the home stretch!  We’re back this week with our new installment of artists and bands that span across the sonic spectrum. From classic pop-punk headbangers to sugary indie tunes to emo-rap ballads, there’s something in this series for every listener. As we’ve done each week leading up to today’s featured artists, our goal has been to elevate the voices of these rising stars and to help you, the idobi listeners and readers, discover your next favorite artist… Read more »


Echo to Jayli Wolf: Indigenous Women Taking Center Stage

In recent years, Indigenous women have fought to grab hold of the spotlight and give us a glimpse into the beauty of their culture as well as the horrors they’ve experienced over the years. From the Marvel Cinematic Universe to award-winning films to the stage, here are just a few of the powerful Indigenous women defying the stereotypes and taking back what’s rightfully theirs.


idobi Presents: Most Anticipated Album Releases Of 2024 PT. 1

With 2024 swiftly underway, a wave of eagerly-awaited new singles, albums, and more are poised to make their way into the heavy rotation of our go-to playlists sooner than we realize. Unlike the previous year when Fireworks dropped their new collection, Higher Lonely Power—their first full-length since 2014’s Oh, Common Life—on New Year’s Day, we’ve had a moment to decompress from the holiday madness before diving headfirst into the new release calendar marked by the turn of the new year. Ranging from long-awaited releases such as Neck Deep’s self-titled album and Ghost Atlas’ first new collection since 2017, to debut… Read more »


Top 50 Songs In Rotation On idobi Radio In 2023

There’s no denying that 2023 has been an absolutely monumental year for music! And it’s been an equally colossal year at idobi Radio. From idobi’s electrifying SonicTap event, “Best Night Of My Life,” in collaboration with American Authors, to our extensive weekend-long coverage of When We Were Young Fest—complete with real-time web updates during the festival and exclusive interviews with your favorite artists and bands—2023 has been one for the books. As we draw the curtain on this extraordinary year, we’re taking a look back at the top 50 songs in rotation on idobi Radio in 2023. From fan favorites… Read more »


Best New Songs We Had On Repeat Throughout 2023, Vol. 2

Welcome back to our lovely second installment of the Best New Songs We Had On Repeat Throughout 2023! We’ve got incredible songs by artists like YUNGBLUD, The Story So Far, Daisy Grenade and more. That’s all we’ll say here, we don’t want to spoil too much. As mentioned in the first round of our favorite songs, we’re only including new, original singles that have been issued in 2023. These tracks are not in favorable order but instead listed by their release date. We just couldn’t rank them, therefore, all songs deserve the same amount of attention and praise. In case… Read more »


Best New Songs We Had On Repeat Throughout 2023, Vol. 1

What makes a song something you want to listen to over and over again? Is it the instrumentation, lyrics, live performance, or all of the above? Either way, there is always something about a song that burrows a special place inside your heart. It usually stays there for a lifetime. Songs often serve as a placeholder in time. A great song that connects can be listened to years in the future. It will have the ability to transport you back to the exact moment you loved it the most. In 2023, we were given hundreds of incredible songs by numerous… Read more »


NOAHFINNCE Issues ‘Harry Potter’ Inspired “SCUMBAG” Video

NOAHFINNCE weaves a spellbinding narrative in his latest music video for “SCUMBAG,” drawing inspiration from the enchanting world of Harry Potter. The alt-artist, who initially dropped the track in October, uses this magical realm to shed light on issues of transphobia and confront TERFs (trans-exclusionary radical feminists). Evoking the nostalgia of J.K. Rowling‘s iconic book series and the subsequent film adaptations that captivated audiences in the late ’90s and early/mid-2000s, NOAHFINNCE transforms the familiar wizarding world into a canvas for his powerful message. Despite the enchantment of Harry Potter, recent statements from Rowling have shifted the narrative, prompting discussions about… Read more »

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