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Tilly Kingston Shares Electric New Song, “YOUTH IS WASTED”


If you don’t know the name Tilly Kingston, chances are that you will likely be seeing her name more and more—and we are not mad about it. This Midlands, UK artist is keeping glam punk rock in style with her new single “YOUTH IS WASTED.” With guitar tones reminiscent of Heart Attack Man‘s “Freak Of Nature,” the track crescendos into a thrilling chorus, highlighting the rising star’s empowering voice. Lyrically, Kingston has the same raw coming-of-age narratives and rebellious feelings of YUNGBLUD himself and Charlotte Sands. “Youth is wasted on the young,” she screams in the song. Check out “YOUTH… Read more »

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Riot Fest Announces Daily Schedule For 2024 Event


After revealing its full lineup in June, Riot Fest has officially shared its day-to-day schedule. Running from September 20-22, Riot Fest is taking place at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, Illinois. Headliners include Fall Out Boy on Friday, Beck and Pavement on Saturday, and Slayer on Sunday. Additionally, attendees can see the likes of Hot Mulligan, The Aces, and Sum 41 on September 20. Then, Saturday, September 21 artists include Taking Back Sunday, L.S. Dunes, and Bright Eyes. And finally, Sunday artists include Something Corporate, Laura Jane Grace, Gel, and more. Additionally, NOFX fans can catch the band on all three… Read more »

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11 Up-And-Coming Artists That Every AFI Fan Should Be Listening To


Despite all the territory they’ve covered in their near-thirty tenure, AFI retains an impressively conspicuous identity. It’s the Tim Burton condition in which, despite rejecting the confines of any categorical genre with each new release, they have an innate flair that renders them instantly recognizable. But that’s not to say that they exist outside the realm of reasonable comparison. We scoured the alternative underground to prove that point. And while we can’t promise the recreation of that first magical moment you first heard Sing The Sorrow, we did pluck a handful of new music recommendations from the AFI ethos.  Representing… Read more »

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Fall Out Boy Announced As Headliners For Riot Fest 2024


Riot Fest is officially back for 2024, taking place on September 20, 21, and 22 at Bridgeview, Illinois’ Seatgeek Stadium. Headliners include Fall Out Boy on Friday, Beck on Saturday, and Slayer on Sunday. The festival lineup boasts myriad rock staples including The Offspring, who are playing their 1994 LP Smash, NOFX, Taking Back Sunday, Sum 41, and beyond. Plus, rising stars such as Heart Attack Man, Sweet Pill, and Loveless, will also be taking to the Riot Fest stages. While announcing their festival slot, Fall Out Boy shared, “[H]aving a big ol’ Chicago homecoming + headlining #RiotFest on September… Read more »

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Teenage Joans Launch Indie Horror Film Inspired By Debut Album


After captivating listeners with their debut album, released on October 13 last year, Australian darlings Teenage Joans has launched an indie horror film inspired by their record, welcome, The Rot That Grows Inside My Chest (The Film). Directed by Jamie Al Kayyali, the short film, which runs just over 20 minutes, was completed self-funded and written by the duo. In the enchanting world of Rotland, Cahli Blakers and Tahlia Borg—portraying themselves—embark on a whimsical yet cautionary journey, with hues of red and purple painting the landscape. The adventure unfolds in Chapter 1: Superglue, where an advertisement for candy apple pills… Read more »

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Emo Is Back With The Best Friends Forever Festival Lineup


Get ready to recite the OG emo copypasta. The Best Friends Forever festival is scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, from October 11-13 at the Downtown Las Vegas Center just ahead of When We Were Young Fest the following weekend in Vegas. Pre-sale starts on February 28 at 10 AM PST, with general tickets on sale on February 29.  With such a lineup, attendees can expect an abundance of sick twinkly riffs. Gracing the headline stages are Bright Eyes, Sunny Day Real Estate, plus the reunion of Cap’ N Jazz. The festival will also include a stacked undercard… Read more »

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idobi Radio Presents: Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 2


‘Tis that season for us to collectively reflect on the masterful, put-it-on-repeat albums that have dropped this year. In a year brimming with exceptional releases, sifting through the best albums of 2023 proved to be a delightful challenge for the idobi Radio team. When we initially tried to narrow our favorite albums down to 23 to correspond with 2023, it proved absolutely impossible. So we took off the restraints and, ahem, opened up that pit! Welcome to the Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 2. We opted for a celebration of equality, bestowing each album with its due praise for a… Read more »

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