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On Deck: idobi’s Latest Spins 3/2

Turn to idobi Radio for all your new music needs… smallpools – simulation (idobi Tour de Session) SUPERGOOD – supergood The New Twentys – I Never (idobi Tour de Session) The New Twentys – You Got Me Good (idobi Tour de Session) The New Twentys – Inside Out (idobi Tour de Session) Twin XL – Lonely (ft. Little Hurt & Rad Horror) We Were Sharks – Problems The Band CAMINO – 1 Last Cigarette Brave New World – Sour Honey Fishboy – Greatness Waitress Halfway Atlantic – Drop Dead Keeper – Blue-Eyes Maggie Lindemann – Different PAPERWEIGHT – Whisper Games… Read more »


The Home Team Discuss Challenges & More On ‘The Crucible Of Life’

The Home Team has a lot to celebrate right now. After kicking off the debut idobi Radio Summer School Tour earlier this week in Cleveland, OH, the four-piece heavy-pop act has officially launched their third studio album, The Crucible Of Life. And as the band has already told us, “​​Don’t be afraid to gеt loud” over their new 12-track collection. Ahead of the idobi Radio Summer School Tour kickoff, we sat down with The Home Team in Cleveland, OH, as drummer Daniel Matson led the chat about the new album. You can check out a preview of the interview and… Read more »


The Early November On Why Their Self-Titled Album Became So Special

With seven full-length albums to their name and their music solidly, and rightfully, etched into the annals of rock history alongside emo/scene peers such as My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, and Dashboard Confessional, The Early November has returned with their most personal collection of songs yet. To mark the occasion, they’ve released a 10-track magnum opus as a self-titled album, more than 20 years into their career. In an in-depth interview with idobi Radio, founding members Ace Enders (vocalist/guitarist) and Jeff Kummer (drummer/percussionist) discuss why now was the right time to release a self-titled album, what’s next for The… Read more »


Casey Didn’t Conform To “Classic” Sound On ‘How To Disappear’

When Casey announced their split at the tail-end of 2018, there was an expectation that we would never hear from them again. Putting to bed an emotional whirlwind of a five-year career, their music captured a particular intensity that many bands never even get close to achieving. Though following their instincts and allowing themselves to reconvene, 2022 signaled a new chapter for the five-piece. That started as a handful of shows at the beginning of 2023, alongside a pair of tracks in “Great Grief” and “Atone,” summing up the feelings of getting to know each other again. It has now… Read more »


Brian Swindle Reflects On Have Mercy & The Band’s Growth On ‘NUMB’

Have Mercy may have released a self-titled EP last year, but with the release of their Rude Records debut full-length album, NUMB, the trio is officially back. In 2019, the announcement of Have Mercy‘s farewell tour initially felt like the closing chapter of an era—a victorious lap coming to a poignant conclusion. This emotional goodbye was only worsened and cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic. These unforeseen setbacks added an extra layer of emotion to what was already a deeply sentimental farewell, leaving fans grappling with uncertainty about the band’s future and the possibility of bidding them a proper goodbye.… Read more »


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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