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Daisy Grenade Drops Punchy Pop-Rock Summer Hit, “Hypocrite”


The song of the summer just arrived. Daisy Grenade and their new single “Hypocrite” is a pop-rock song that feels straight out of an early aughts coming-of-age comedy movie. “Dumb, dumb, you’re acting stupid/I don’t want, don’t want to do this/Done, done, done with your bullshit/Someone’s gotta tell you, so I guess I’ll do it/H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-T-E/You’re a hypocrite,” the duo sings over punk rock riffs. Check out the punchy track and accompanying soccer-themed music video below. Coming up in July, Daisy Grenade will be heading out on Sad Summer Festival. Scene staples Mayday Parade, The Maine, The Wonder Years, We The Kings, Real Friends, and… Read more »

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House Of Protection Releases Mesmerizing New Single, “Being One”


After releasing their supercharged singles “It’s Supposed To Hurt” and “Learn To Forget” House Of Protection is showing the softer side of their musical vision with new track, “Being One” via Red Bull Records. Guitarist Stephen Harrison and drummer Aric Improta (ex-FEVER 333 musicians) “knew it wasn’t going to be easy to start again from scratch, but that phrase became our ethos. Starting again was the whole point of this [project].” This synth-laced, pop-rock-infused offering proves that this is the alternative dynamic duo of your dreams. Harrison’s vocals shine on the record, revealing a new level of brilliance for his range. Of “Being One,” Improta says, “‘Being One’… Read more »

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Yours Truly Drops Energetic Single, “California Sober”


After releasing their single “Sour” in early May, Sydney’s premier pop-rockers Yours Truly are back with an energetic new single, “California Sober.” The band shares, “‘California Sober’ was written during the same period as ‘Sour.’ We’d started working on ‘Sour’ [and] we were getting nowhere with it. We had a bit of a breakdown; we were crying and talking about things.” They continue, “We were mucking around, playing guitar, and Mikaila [Delgado] started singing about when you come over and your friends are stoned; just sitting there, not wanting to do much. It’s all good and fun, but you can’t… Read more »

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10 New Femme Rockers To Check Out If You Love Paramore


Since the day “Misery Business” became the anthem of a generation, it became a cliche rite of passage for female pop-rock vocalists to be compared to Hayley Williams upon entering the pop-rock scene. Whether they truly resemble the neon-haired powerhouse or not, the inevitable comparisons are unrelenting. It is simultaneously flattering and frustrating as these artists strive to create identities of their own in a brutally competitive industry.  If you are a fan of powerful vocalists and the unique flair of pop-rock, I implore you to listen to these 10 femme pop-rock artists of the modern era. Each one possesses… Read more »

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Hey Violet Announces Final Album, Drops New Song, “Hazy”


Today marks the beginning of the end for Hey Violet. The pop-rock band announced that they’re set to release their final record AFTERTASTE on September 27 via Hopeless Records. The LA-based trio shared their first single from the record, “Hazy.” Vocalist Rena Lovelis shares, “‘Hazy’ is about the feeling of being stuck in what everyone that likes your music seems to know you for, and grappling with the expectations of what we were once told we should be. It was a long process trying to figure out who we really were as a band and as individuals.” She continues, “That’s… Read more »

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MOTHICA Drops “The Reaper” Video, Announces Headline Tour


MOTHICA is back with the fourth track and music video from her upcoming record Kissing Death, “The Reaper.” The song is preceded by singles and accompanying music videos for “Curiosity Killed The Moth,” “Doomed,” and “Red.” Of her new LP, available August 23 via Heavy Heart Records, MOTHICA notes, “This is for the younger version of me who romanticized death for a decade, and the lasting impact it had on me as I searched for an easier, softer way to exist.” Aptly named “The Reaper,” the new music video sees MOTHICA partying in the club with death over her pop-rock hit. You… Read more »

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Marianas Trench Announces Massive North American Tour


Following the release of their crashing new single, “Lightning And Thunder,” Canadian pop-rock darlings Marianas Trench are taking their irresistible theatrics on the road.  “There is no greater feeling than the thunderous roar of thousands of Trenchers permeating our eardrums when we set foot on stage to perform,” multi@instrumentalist Matt Webb shares. “We have longed for this feeling, dearly, over the last few years, and are f&*king thrilled to be back with the Force of Nature tour, coming to a city near you soon!” Read more: Marianas Trench Prep For Adventure On “Lightning And Thunder” Presale tickets for Marianas Trench… Read more »

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5 Craziest Pierce The Veil Show Moments During ‘Collide With The Sky’ Era


The artists signed to Fearless Records have defined the alternative and heavy music scenes for three decades. That’s right—the iconic record label is turning 30 years old this year. Over the years, Fearless Records has been home to some of our favorite artists here at idobi Radio including I Prevail, Ice Nine Kills, Chase Atlantic, Movements, Pierce The Veil, and more. It’s safe to assume that Pierce The Veil‘s album Collide With The Sky is synonymous with the label’s legendary catalog. It is one of the band’s most impactful releases that defined the 2010s decade of emo music. The fan… Read more »

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Head Automatica Makes Major Return With “Bear The Cross”


Wake up, people, we’ve officially got new music from the one and only Head Automatica. After nearly two decades of radio silence, the band has returned with their first offering since their 2006 sophomore album Popaganda, “Bear The Cross.” Having first blown up on Myspace, Head Automatica has officially entered their Instagram era, making a new account and posting their cover art to the surprise of myriad elder emos. In the comments, long-time fans dropped several comments reading “OMG,” and “Perfection!!!” as well as “Welcome back!” “Bear The Cross” sees the band reach outside of the iconic glamorous pop-rock sonics… Read more »

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10 Times Rock Ruled At The Eurovision Song Contest 


It’s the most wonderful time of year once more. Eurovision is back, and it continues to get bigger and more prominent worldwide. Though it is known as the institution that turned ABBA into superstars and showcases the wildest and weirdest creations that Europe has to offer, there is still room for some rock ‘n’ roll in the ranks.  Over the years, pop has been the predominant genre in which countries project their entries. Though guitars have been making their way slowly but surely, they sometimes take the whole competition by storm. From masked monsters and nu-metal stalwarts to glam-rock superstars,… Read more »

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