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idobi Radio Presents: Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 1


It’s that time of year when we all look back on the albums that served as the soundtrack to the last 12 months. With so many incredible releases in 2023, it was pretty tricky to narrow down our most beloved releases. idobi Radio had too many favorites to pack into one list, so today, we are unveiling our Best Albums Of 2023 Volume 1! We simply weren’t capable of ranking these albums. Instead, we chose to give them all equal praise and list them based on the release date. Additionally, this list does not include EPs or reimagined albums (those… Read more »

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Yellowcard And Pierce The Veil Share “Three Minutes More” Music Video


Scene legends Yellowcard and Pierce The Veil have dropped an official music video for “Three Minutes More,” their new single which dropped on July 21, 2023. The music video includes clips from Yellowcard‘s When We Were Young Fest set, which featured an on-stage cameo from Vic Fuentes and Tony Perry. Check out the full music video below featuring footage from videographer Anthony Tran. In an Instagram caption, Yellowcard frontman William Ryan Key expressed, “This year has been full of huge moments for us. One of those moments was getting to collaborate with Pierce The Veil on our new EP. When… Read more »

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16 Alternative Musician Costumes That Slayed Halloween 2023


Halloween is basically emo kid Christmas. It’s the season of the year where you can don silver chains and skull jewelry, create fake blood makeup, decorate your house with every single Jack Skellington item in existence, and more, without any questions from the normies of the world. Additionally, it’s the time when celebs such as Heidi Klum use their wealth for good and make elaborate, cool costumes such as this year’s peacock offering featuring 10 Cirque Du Soleil performers as her feathers. Shaquille O’Neal also had a standout costume, wearing a black wig with swoopy bangs and lip ring to… Read more »

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Simple Plan Taps Bowling For Soup, Jax, & More For “I’m Just A Kid”


When We Were Young Fest 2023 has been nothing short of a pop-punk playground this weekend in Las Vegas, NV, and will certainly go down in history as a celebration of nostalgia like no other.  As day 2 of the weekend began to wind down, Simple Plan decided to take the event to a whole new level with a star-studded lineup of guest artists to join them on stage for a mind-blowing rendition of their 2002 hit, “I’m Just A Kid.” Read more: Gabe Saporta Joins The Academy Is… For “Snakes On A Plane” At WWWY As Pierre Bouvier, Simple… Read more »

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Cassadee Pope Joins Yellowcard Again For “Only One” Performance


While not officially on the When We Were Young Fest 2023 bill, Cassadee Pope is popping up left, right, and center for special guest performances at the festival. Yesterday afternoon, during Yellowcard’s performance, they were joined by Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes for the live collaborative debut of their single “Three Minutes More.” Following their performance with Fuentes, Cassadee Pope jumped on stage for a heartwrenching, beautiful collaborative rendition of the band’s 2003 hit “Only One.”  Now, as we’ve entered into the second date of the festival, Pope was caught on stage performing “Are You Happy Now?” alongside Michelle Branch… Read more »

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Michelle Branch & Cassadee Pope Perform “Are You Happy Now?”


As one of the leading ladies on the When We Were Young Fest this year, Michelle Branch has been bringing her fusion of pop-rock to the stage with classics such as “Everywhere,” “All You Wanted,” and more. Now, as the second day of When We Were Young Fest is in full swing and unfolding in front of the sold-out crowd, Branch has brought a very special guest, former Hey Monday vocalist Cassadee Pope, on the Stripe Stage to help her with “Are You Happy Now?” The two incredible vocalists shared the spotlight and were in perfect harmony as they breezed… Read more »

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William Ryan Key Joins Rise Against For “Swing Life Away”


The thrilling When We Were Young Fest onstage cameos just keep getting better and better. On the October 21 festival date, Rise Against performed “Swing Life Away” from 2004’s Siren Song Of The Counter-Culture with some help from Yellowcard‘s William Ryan Key. Earlier in the day, Yellowcard performed their own set, and Ryan Key was joined by Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes for “Three Minutes More” and Cassadee Pope for “Only One.” Like we said, there are great collabs happening like clockwork at the 2023 WWWY Fest. Check out Rise Against and Ryan Key sharing the stage below. Yellowcard When We… Read more »

Editorial

9 Best Theatrical Sets At When We Were Young Fest 2022


What a time to be an emo kid. With nostalgia in vogue, scene kids like ourselves are begging for another chance to live out our Warped Tour fantasies. The days of thick rubber bracelets with “I Love Boobies” imprinted into them, free meet-and-greets at the merch tent, and a day chock-full of heavy-hitting acts in the alternative space. Luckily, When We Were Young Fest is filling this void for the second year in a row with another incredibly stacked lineup. From legacy headliners like Green Day and blink-182 to next-generation acts like Magnolia Park and Games We Play, the second-annual… Read more »

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K.Flay Drops New Animated “Punisher” Music Video, New LP ‘MONO’


K.Flay has released her fifth studio album MONO including the previously issued singles “Raw Raw,” “Shy,” and “Irish Goodbye” featuring Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes. Alongside the new record, she shares a fully animated music video for the track “Punisher,” illustrated by Sydney Task. Throughout the entire writing and recording process, K.Flay was incredibly vulnerable about suddenly going deaf in her right ear, her journey through unexpected loss and grief to craft the “greatest thing [she’s] ever made.”  Read more: Pierce The Veil Drops “12 Fractures” Video With chloe moriondo “It’s about feeling alone and scared but also tough as… Read more »

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