Broadside is officially back in action! After dropping their latest hit “Bang,” featuring Magnolia Park’s Joshua Roberts, Broadside is infusing their lush sound alongside Honey Revenge‘s Devin Papadol on their collaborative track, “Lucid.” Their latest offering, as well as their previous releases “Bang” and “Cruel,” will appear on their forthcoming full-length album, Hotel Bleu, set to release through SharpTone Records on November 10. As the song kicks in, “Lucid” intricately weaves together ethereal, breathy vocals courtesy of frontman Oliver Baxxter and a kaleidoscope of neon-hued synthesizer melodies that glide atop an upbeat, pulsating beat. The delicate interplay between Baxxter’s vocals,… Read more »
Emerging in the wake of their compelling dual EP releases, MoonEater and SoulEater, which debuted earlier this month, Magnolia Park entered the idobi Studios in North Hollywood with a mission. Their goal? To create a lush sonic temple for vocalist Joshua Roberts’ infectious voice to bounce off of in tandem with the group’s guitarists, Tristan Torres and Freddie Criales, armed with their acoustics. In a departure from their usual style and crafting a rendition sans Mayday Parade’s Derek Sanders, the group tackled their immensely popular track, “Feel Something.” As observers in the studio, we couldn’t help but be swept away… Read more »
Magnolia Park paid a visit to idobi Studios for a session, and pulled out a spine-tingling cover of Bring Me The Horizon’s “Drown”.
The pop-punk revival is back and better than ever. And Florida-based Magnolia Park has been leading this new era of the genre since their debut in 2019. Today, they are celebrating the release of not one, but two EPs entitled MoonEater and SoulEater, via Epitaph Records. Each release delves into different aspects of the band’s sound: the heavier, mosh-pit-inspiring side, and their synth-laced, pop-punk side. “Breathing,” the lead single off of MoonEater, features nothing,nowhere and showcases the group’s versatility by tapping into the arena-rock space. Vocalist Joshua Roberts’ soaring belt takes the song to a whole new level. Meanwhile, their… Read more »
Have you ever wanted to hear your favorite bands collaborate with one another? This Wild Life is turning this dream into a reality with their latest album, Never Fade. Each song on the acoustic duo’s release includes a special guest vocalist, delivering surprise performances from beginning to end. From Magnolia Park’s Joshua Roberts to Yellowcard’s William Ryan Key, Never Fade bridges the gap between the scene’s legacy acts and today’s heavy hitters. To celebrate the record, This Wild Life dropped a music video for “Proximity,” featuring Rory Rodriguez of Dayseeker. Performing in front of a backdrop reminiscent of the album’s… Read more »
The pop-rock kings, Mayday Parade are sending their fans into a frenzy with their latest Instagram post. Performing their latest single, “More Like A Crash,” the legacy band has joined forces with Magnolia Park and Loveless for a fresh take on the song. Beginning with Derek Sanders’ clean vocals, the clip surprises listeners as it cuts to Loveless frontman Julian Comeau’s harmonies and Magnolia Park singer Joshua Roberts’ emotional screams. Each of the three bands’ fans are showing their excitement in the comments section, as well as asking whether or not a full version of the collaboration will be released.… Read more »
This Wild Life has gifted their fans with an exciting announcement and a delightful sneak peek into their upcoming fifth studio album, Never Fade, slated for release on June 23. In anticipation of the album drop, the acoustic rock duo has graciously shared two enchanting tracks, “No More Waiting” and “How’d You Forget Us?”, giving us a glimpse into the musical journey that awaits. Never Fade is a remarkable testament to the power of friendship and collaboration across the 8-track self-produced album. This remarkable lineup of collaborators includes the likes of Ryan Key (Yellowcard), Oliver Baxxter (Broadside), Aaron Marsh (Copeland),… Read more »
Magnolia Park recently sat down to take idobi through each track of their new album.
“We want to push pop-punk into new heights. We want to do something special and leave a positive mark on the genre.”
There’s finally a chill in the air, and we all know what that means: Halloween is on its way. Whether you enjoy dressing up for parties or hosting a horror movie night from the comfort of your couch, there’s something for everyone to take part in. Better yet, there are plenty of alternative bands and artists that find their inspiration in the spooky season. This doesn’t mean that they are carving pumpkins or telling ghost stories. Many bands in our scene incorporate paranormal or horror imagery and themes into their releases. This can take the form of voodoo dolls (The… Read more »