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The Dangerous Summer Reimagines Their Song “Fuck Them All”

The Dangerous Summer is taking part in New Music Friday with a reimagined rendition of their song “Fuck Them All.” Originally released on their EP All That Is Left Of The Blue Sky, the new version takes the form of a lively piano ballad. Incorporating the song’s original guitar swells and AJ Perdomo’s powerful vocal performance, the stripped-down arrangement gives the lyrics more space to shine. “Fuck Them All” is about saying goodbye to the negative voices around you and taking your moment when you can.  Perdomo shares the reasoning behind wanting to reimagine this track, exclusively with idobi Radio. … Read more »


Laura Jane Grace & the Mississippi Medicals Unleash “All F***ed Out”

Marking their debut single, Laura Jane Grace & the Mississippi Medicals—fronted by LJG and featuring Matt Patton on bass, Mikey Erg on drums, and her wife Paris Campbell Grace on vocals and percussion—have unleashed “All Fucked Out.” “Back in 2021, I sat down in my office to do some songwriting,” Laura Jane Grace explains in a press release. “Not knowing what specifically to write about that day, I challenged myself to write a song similar to whatever the current No. 1 hit in the world was at the time. I made the challenge to myself without knowing exactly what that… Read more »


THICK Shares All-Too-Relatable New Single, “Mother”

Brooklyn’s premier punk duo THICK is back with an all-too-relatable track, “Mother” via Epitaph Records. And no—it’s not something to play for your mom this Mother’s Day. Preceded by the devastating “Father,” the new single has a lot to say about romantic relationship dynamics. “’Mother’ is a shoutout to all the caretakers in relationships who are sick and tired of falling into that role. It’s an easy trap to fall into. You start a relationship with love and care, then start to carry the burden of your partner’s wounds, becoming the parental figure, and wanting to heal them more than… Read more »


Cold Years Release Politically-Charged Single, “CHOKE”

Scottish punks Cold Years challenge authority in their new song, “CHOKE.” The track is off of their upcoming album, A Different Life, which drops on April 26. The single is melodically driven with essences mixed in that capture anyone who’s a fan of the alt-rock scene. Even on a different continent, Cold Years writes engaging lyrics that transcend those boundaries while being introspective in challenging the status quo. Not only does frontman Ross Gordon’s vocals resonate in line with Green Day’s lead, Billie Joe Armstrong, but he uniquely stands within his own sonic realm. Similarly, the variety of elements of… Read more »


Hey Violet Returns With Angsty New Anthem, “Uncomplicated” 

Following the release of their Hopeless Records debut single, “i should call my friends,” in October 2023, Hey Violet has returned with their latest track, aiming to simplify the complexities of romance with “Uncomplicated.” The new single serves as an anthem for the messiness, melodrama, and the unsteadiness of young love. Against the backdrop of an array of infectious guitars and drums, the narrative unfolds, pitting the allure of complications against the predictability of a healthy relationship. Elevated by its contagious chorus and underscored by evocative lyrics, “Uncomplicated” plunges into the throes of young love. Lines such as, “I know… Read more »


We Need To Revive Lilith Fair: The All-Female Music Festival

“Did you know there was an all female music festival back in the 90’s?” My mother asked me this question a few weeks ago as we were getting ready to go out to dinner. Standing side by side in my hall bathroom, making some last minute touches to our hair and outfits, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) blasted from the living room speakers. My mom has always been my go-to when it comes to women in music, exposing me to an endless slew of amazing female artists as I grew up. The conversation started as we praised Taylor Swift for the… Read more »


Mikey Way Joins Fall Out Boy On Stage To Perform “Saturday”

After kicking off their So Much For (Tour) Dust in late June and issuing an updated version of Billy Joel’s 1989 classic “We Didn’t Start The Fire,” Fall Out Boy shows no signs of slowing down this year. Their recent show in Chula Vista, CA on July 1 proved to be an unforgettable night for fans, featuring a series of iconic covers that left the crowd in awe. Among the highlights of the evening were Fall Out Boy‘s stunning renditions of timeless classics. The band fearlessly took on Prince‘s “Nothing Compares 2 U,” originally made famous by Sinead O’Connor before… Read more »

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