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Roe Kapara Tackles Cage The Elephant’s “Cigarette Daydreams” Live At idobi Studios

Entering the idobi Studios, Roe Kapara graced the space with an aura of anticipation and musical prowess, ready to share his artistry through two captivating live performances. The spotlight was cast upon his standout tracks “Everything’s Fine (Nuke Song)” and “Everyone’s Dying (Grandma’s Drunk Again),” carefully chosen from his debut EP I Hope Hell Isn’t Real, released under the reputable banner of Epitaph Records. These selections weren’t just songs but portals into Kapara‘s soul and hard work, revealing his unique musical identity characterized by the stripped-back arrangements and a poignant, vulnerable narrative. With the echoes of these compelling performances still… Read more »


The Rise Of Indie Rockstar Roe Kapara

Roe Kapara recently stopped by the idobi Radio studios to perform live acoustic sessions of his songs “Everything’s Fine(Nuke Song)“, “Everyone’s Dying(Grandma’s Drunk Again)“, and a lovely cover of Cage The Elephant’s “Cigarette Daydreams.” Afterwards, he sat down with our very own, Eddie Barella to discuss his rise to success, the release of his new EP I Hope Hell Isn’t Real, and more. Kapara is meticulous and clever with the way he presents his music to people, particularly online. His TikTok and Instagram Reel content feels otherworldly, as if viewers are being invited into a unique universe that he has… Read more »


Roe Kapara Unveils His Dance-Worthy New Single, “Fajita!”

In a tasty follow-up to his sugary-sweet September release, “The Dead Come Talking,” Roe Kapara has unveiled his feel-good, dance-worthy new single, “Fajita!” Accompanied by a kitschy lyric video that features Kapara hidden beneath a brown paper bag with an exaggerated frowning face on the front, Kapara is seen dancing with abandon in a bed of tiny yellow flowers, only further enhancing the groovy new track. “Fajita!” exudes an enchanting, effervescent aura, particularly evident in the track’s chorus, where Kapara whimsically croons, “Too silly/I’m too goofy for your touch/I need it/Fills me up/$450 paid for dinner at the bar/Fajita/Burn my… Read more »


5 Best Fireworks Songs To Listen To For July 4

Happy July 4th! From cookouts to pool parties, this American holiday is best celebrated outdoors with family and friends. And, of course, one secret ingredient to the perfect Independence Day festivities is fireworks! But we’re not just talking about the red and blue sparklers that light up the sky. At idobi, we are major fans of the Detroit pop-punk band Fireworks.  A cult favorite in the scene, Fireworks formed in 2004 and signed to the iconic Run For Cover Records just a year later. Known for their mix of bright guitar tones and introspective lyrics, the band hit their stride… Read more »


idobi News Flashes 01.25.21: Trans Rights, Hammer’s Accused, CA Stay-At-Home Order, iHeart Radio’s ALTer Ego

Aside from the allegations against Armie Hammer, we got some great news for y’all today! Check it! – Biden Moves Quickly to Reverse Trump’s Transphobic Policy Wasting no time, President Biden signed an executive order this morning repealing the bigoted Trump-era policy that banned transgender people from the military. The ban was widely seen as transphobic and honestly, extremely unnecessary. From behind his desk in the Oval Office just before signing the order, Biden told the press, “This is reinstating a position that the previous commanders and, as well as the secretaries, have supported. And what I’m doing is enabling… Read more »


Shaky Knees Kick-starts Summer Festival Season Early

The Shaky Knees Festival kicks off today in Atlanta Georgia. Beck is sure to be a show stopper tonight promoting his upcoming album “Hyperspace” and his new single “Saw Lightning”. Along with the low-fi psychedelic folk rocker are Incubus, Cage the Elephant, and Tame Impala. There is a little bit of everything rock at Shaky Knees with four stages, a couple dozen food vendors, and sponsored giveaways. Summer Music Festival season looks exciting with this late spring kick-start.

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