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11 New-Age Protest Songs To Listen To This 4th of July

For Americans across the nation, this July 4th might not feel like one worth celebrating. June 30, mere days ago, the Supreme Court of the United States made three major rulings, which, in short, overturned affirmative action, halted President Joe Biden’s plans to cancel student debt, and legalized discrimination against LGBTQIA+ individuals. Additionally, last year at this time, SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade, setting abortion rights back by decades. Refer back, even further, to 2020 to see the federal government’s botched response to the COVID-19 pandemic, unchecked police power used against marginalized communities, and more. So, truly, it is well… Read more »


The Gunz Show – July 14th

TUNE IN AT 9pm EST THIS WEDNESDAY, July 14th FOR  THE GUNZ SHOW!!!!! “The realest, most diverse AND fastest growing music show in the world” Join the discussion in The Gunz Show AIM chatroom –  thegunzshow. During the show, IM Gunz at  gunzidobi. This week on The Gunz Show : Cassadee of Hey Monday The Maine David Cook of My Favorite Highway The Narrative BALLIN!!!!


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 »


Premiere: July – What We Signed Up For

Toronto pop punk quartet July are ready to burst onto the scene and make their mark. With a die-hard work ethic, catchy choruses, and crunchy riffs, their new EP will be dropping later on this summer.


ALTop 20 – July 25th

Here is the ALTop 20 countdown for the week ending July 24th 1. Neon Trees — Animal 2. We The Kings — We’ll Be a Dream 3. 3OH!3 — My First Kiss 4. PAllstar Weekend — Dance Forever 5. Phoenix — Lisztomania 6. Paramore — The Only Exception 7. Broken Bells — The High Road 8. A Rocket to the Moon — Like We Used To 9. Phoenix — 1901 10. Cage the Elephant — In One Ear 11. Cartel — The Perfect Mistake 12. Rise Against — Savior 13.The Script — The Man Who Can’t Be Moved 14. Jack… Read more »

TV Show Review

TV Show [P]review: City On Fire

It’s July 4th, 2003 in New York City. A web of individuals from punk rockers to CEOs are intricately connected in various ways. At the dead center of the web? A mysterious shooting of Samantha (Wonders) in Central Park. With no witnesses of the shooting itself, the investigation starts to unveil the mysterious connections between fires around the city, the downtown music scene, and a massive corporate real estate business in legal trouble.


Kanye West Continues to Pursue Presidency

Can we just take a second to say…what is happening?! On July 4th we saw Kanye West take to Twitter to announce his Presidential candidacy. He has gone on social media rants before and they have often been alarming and disheartening. We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States ????????! #2020VISION — ye (@kanyewest) July 5, 2020 In the past, we have seen his support for Donald Trump and watched him sport a “Make America Great Again” hat. He’s communicated with… Read more »

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