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Magnolia Park Is Teasing An Upcoming Nu-Metal Track On Social Media


Magnolia Park just teased a new song, and it seems that it’ll drop sometime tomorrow, March 5. In a recent Instagram post, the band promised, “1,000 comments and we will drop this song tomorrow.” In mere hours, fans exceeded that number. The “nu emo” outfit also posted the same video clip to Twitter/X requesting 100 comments to drop the song. Those who are new to the MagPark fandom as well as those who’ve been around since day one have engaged with the band’s social media in anticipation of the track. Overall, it seems to be Magnolia Park‘s heaviest offering to… Read more »

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10 Black Pop-Punk & Alt-Rock Acts Everyone Should Know


From rock n’ roll godmother Sister Rosetta Tharpe to grunge singer Tina Bell, there have always been Black rock music artists. Pop-punk and alternative rock are no different. To celebrate Black History Month and the kickass contributions of Black rock artists, here are 10 Black pop-punk and alt-rock artists you should listen to year-round. Fefe Dobson The Canadian pop-punk singer Fefe Dobson released her self-titled debut album in 2003, which spawned hits that included “Take Me Away,” “Bye Bye Boyfriend,” and “Everything.” She would follow that album with 2006’s Sunday Love and 2010’s Joy. The latter was especially notable for… Read more »

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100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 7


We have officially rounded the last corner in our stretch to bring you 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024! With only three weeks remaining after this week’s release, we assure you that for the remainder of the year, we will continue to keep you in-the-know of your favorite artists and introduce you to your potential next favorite artist (*wink wink*). Perhaps you’ve already discovered your next favorite artist among the talents we’ve featured in this series… We certainly hope so, given the abundance of remarkable individuals showcased in the last two months! In case you’ve missed… Read more »

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Greyson Zane Says “Don’t Cry 4 Me”


Greyson Zane doesn’t need your sympathy in his latest single, “Don’t Cry 4 Me.” Across the new track, the Floridian rocker collaborates with Magnolia Park’s Joshua Roberts, out via Zodhiac Records. It brings out 2010’s metalcore energy to the forefront with screams and an electro opening paired with rhythmic guitars and thudding bass. The track kicks off Zane’s New Year music arc after an eventful 2023. The lyrics tell the story of a love long gone that never took notice of your feelings. That’s evident in the catchy chorus, “I’d give anything to see your face/When You find out/So don’t… Read more »

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Magnolia Park Shares Bittersweet “Fell In Love On Halloween” Video


Just because we’re entering the winter holiday season doesn’t mean you can’t keep the spirit of Halloween alive. Magnolia Park is continuing on with their spooky vibes with the release of their “Fell In Love On Halloween” music video via Epitaph Records. The bittersweet music video perfectly complements the acoustic emo track, which draws parallels between The Nightmare Before Christmas‘ Jack and Sally with the song’s protagonists. “I was dressed up like Jack/Should’ve known this won’t last/Every good thing comes and goes, at least I took my chance,” frontman Joshua Roberts sings. Check out the full “Fell In Love On… Read more »

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idobi Radio Presents: Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 3


Welcome to the final installment of idobi Radio’s Best Albums of 2023. With so many incendiary records released this year, crafting this list was incredibly challenging to say the least. From break-out acts, to legendary mainstays, we were gifted with so many fantastic collections of music in 2023. Join us in taking a trip down memory lane of the last year and reminisce over the memories made along the way. If you are just now joining, make sure to go back and take a peak at our Best Albums Of 2023 Volumes 1 and 2. And fear not. In the… Read more »

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Neck Deep Drops Poignant New Single “We Need More Bricks”


UK rockers Neck Deep are getting us ready for their upcoming tour, with their new single “We Need More Bricks.” The track is will appear on their upcoming self-titled album, set to drop via Hopeless Records. One of the things that stands out in their new music is the message of fighting for what is right. Singer Ben Barlow says that the new song is the best the band has been, political-wise, “touching on everything from the monarchy, immigration, protest laws, and international wars. We find ourselves at a cross-section in the zeitgeist where bricks could be used to build… Read more »

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5 Disney Princess Songs That Could Transform Into Pop-Punk Anthems


When you think about your favorite childhood films, it is likely that a Disney Princess or two come to mind. If you grew up in the late 90s or early 2000s, you were probably obsessed with singing songs from each soundtrack with your parents. Something is to be said about how this music made us feel as kids. With today’s diverse and inclusive lineup of characters, how this music makes us feel today.  The current catalog of Disney Princess songs features a wide range of genres and cultural influences. From the shimmering sounds of Middle Eastern guitars in ‘Aladdin,’ to… Read more »

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Broadside Collab On “Lucid” With Honey Revenge’s Devin Papadol


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 »

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Magnolia Park Performs “Feel Something” Live At idobi Studios


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 »

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