*now playing*
 

News

Hey Monday To Play ‘Hold On Tight’ In Full At When We Were Young Fest 2024


The artist lineup for When We Were Young Fest 2024 just expanded to include the iconic Hey Monday, who will be playing Hold On Tight in full. Lead vocalist Cassadee Pope shared the news on November 15 via Instagram with the caption, “We’re coming home! Hey Monday are playing “Hold On Tight” in its entirety at the EPIC @whenwewereyoungfest 2024!!! Get your dunks and vests ready!!” While Hey Monday has not performed together recently, the reunion comes as no surprise, as Pope recently shared a single produced by bandmate Alex Lipshaw. The 2008 Hey Monday album featured the likes of… Read more »

News

My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, More To Play When We Were Young 2024


As if we weren’t still riding the high of When We Were Young Fest 2023, the iconic festival will be returning to its homestead in Las Vegas, NV, on October 19 for When We Were Young 2024. The lineup, which consists of behemoths such as My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, A Day To Remember, Jimmy Eat World, Pierce The Veil, The Used, The All-American Rejects, and many more, performing iconic anniversary sets for albums such as The Black Parade, Homesick, and more, will kick off in October beneath the desert sun.  Earlier today, Live Nation and The Noise dropped… Read more »

News

Bad Luck. Release Explosive New Single “Turn It Off”


New York punk outfit Bad Luck. surprised their fans today with their new single, “Turn It Off.” As the opening track of their upcoming EP, Books On Tape, the song opens with aggressive acoustic guitar strums and Dominick Fox’s frantic vocal delivery. This deliciously manic introduction opens up into a full-band arrangement that is just as cathartic and energetic. With a chord progression reminiscent of The Menzingers and Jimmy Eat World, “Turn It Off” is thrilling enough to get anyone on their feet and into the pit.  Books On Tape, being released via Take This To Your Heart Records, marks… Read more »

News

So What?! Festival Extends Lineup With The Starting Line & More


Last month, So What?! Music Festival announced its explosive two-day lineup, including Pierce The Veil and The Used headlining on Saturday, June 24, and Sleeping With Sirens, Neck Deep, and Thursday headlining on Sunday, June 25. Now the festival has announced a few new additions to the scheduled performances across the two-day event. What was already promised to be an exciting lineup, So What?! will now include sets from Slaughter To Prevail, The Starting Line, Fit For An Autopsy, Invent Animate, Varials, Through The Eyes Of The Dead, clip, guardin, poptropicaslutz!, Prentiss, Enterprise Earth, NO ZODIAC, Bodybox, 408, greyhaven, and… Read more »

News

Hawthorne Heights’ “Is For Lovers” Fest Announce Lineups with Thrice, Silverstein, & More


We all know that Ohio is for lovers, but Hawthorne Heights has set out to prove that it’s not just Ohio. After three editions of the festival hitting emo fans hard in 2022, Hawthorne Heights is bringing the “Is For Lovers Festival” to eight cities in 2023. This year’s event will visit Hawaii, Lake Tahoe, NV; Denver, CO; Manteo, NC; Council Bluffs, IA; Cincinnati, OH; Pelham, TN; and Mansfield, MA. Similarly to their 2022 festival stops, the lineups will vary by date and include the likes of Thrice, Silverstein, Thursday, Saosin, and more. Tickets for the events are currently on… Read more »

News

Freak Out Over Two, New, Crazy Festival Lineups With Us


Two massive festivals have announced their line ups and we aren’t sure how to contain ourselves. So What?! Music Festival is going down in Dallas Texas June 24 and 25th. On Saturday, hang out with Pierce the Veil and The Used and make sure to hang out with the other bands including Forever the Sickest Kids, Breathe Carolina, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, girlfriends, LØLØ, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and a ton more.  At that point we’re just getting started. On Sunday Sleeping with Sirens, Neck Deep, and Thursday (who will be performing War All the Time). Not to mention this is… Read more »

Editorial

Top Ten Emo Love Songs


idobi is for lovers — So here’s our list of the most romantic emo love songs to listen to with that special someone this Valentine’s Day or any day. It should be mentioned however that you could also listen to any of these songs alone while crying over an ex. Whatever works. Here’s to hoping they left you roses by the stairs.

News

News Flashes 10.20.22: PVRIS is Back, A New Version of “Face Down”, and Knuckle Puck’s New Single


— Today we talk about PVRIS’ giant gift to us all, “Face Down” getting revamped, and Knuckle Puck’s new single. — PVRIS is Back We love it when one of our faves drops one new single. So when they drop TWO new singles, we want to lose our minds. That brings us to our current emotional state now that PVRIS has given us “Anywhere But Here” & “Animal”. As if that isn’t enough, there’s a short film to go along with the tracks. The artist herself, Lyndsey Gunnulfsen said, “At its core, “ANYWHERE BUT HERE” is about wanting to escape… Read more »

News

News Flashes 09.07.22: Anti-Flag’s New Music Video, When We Were Young Sideshow, My Chemical Romance’s Return to the US


— Today we talk about Anti-Flag’s new music video, the When We Were Young event you don’t want to miss, and My Chemical Romance touring in the US. — Anti-Flag Drops a New Music Video Punk legends Anti-Flag have dropped a brand new video for their song “Imperialism”. The track’s meaning takes a deep approach with a history rooted in frontman Justin Sane‘s family. On top of an already incredible song and music video, it also features Ashrita Kumar of Pinkshift. Anti-Flag brought them on because they believe a band like Pinkshift are the future of punk music (and we… Read more »

Editorial

Rise Rock n’ Shine Presents: Magic Sugar Coffee – “Blkout” ft. Joshua Howlett


Magic Sugar Coffee opens their brand-new single “Blkout” with a drum-pounding, electric explosion like a caffeine syringe straight to the eyeball. This song epitomizes the definition of their jittery moniker. As it progresses, the strumming and breakdowns hook your early 2000s pop-punk senses. Is that a note of New Found Glory I’m hearing? Maybe a little Red Jumpsuit Apparatus? All of this energy pulses with the hope of mosh pit glory. Per the band, “I guess for us this song feels like a jump back in time. Back to our childhoods and 2000’s pop punk anthems. It’s probably the closest… Read more »

COOKIE NOTICE
We utilize cookie technology to collect data regarding the number of visits a person has made to our site. This data is stored in aggregate form and is in no way singled out in an individual file. This information allows us to know what pages/sites are of interest to our users and what pages/sites may be of less interest. See more