Welcome to the final installment of idobi Radio’s Best Albums of 2023. With so many incendiary records released this year, crafting this list was incredibly challenging to say the least. From break-out acts, to legendary mainstays, we were gifted with so many fantastic collections of music in 2023. Join us in taking a trip down memory lane of the last year and reminisce over the memories made along the way. If you are just now joining, make sure to go back and take a peak at our Best Albums Of 2023 Volumes 1 and 2. And fear not. In the… Read more »
‘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 »
It’s that time of year when we all look back on the albums that served as the soundtrack to the last 12 months. With so many incredible releases in 2023, it was pretty tricky to narrow down our most beloved releases. idobi Radio had too many favorites to pack into one list, so today, we are unveiling our Best Albums Of 2023 Volume 1! We simply weren’t capable of ranking these albums. Instead, we chose to give them all equal praise and list them based on the release date. Additionally, this list does not include EPs or reimagined albums (those… Read more »
Gearing up for the release of their debut full-length album, Nothing Like You Wanted, a captivating 10-track journey expected to drop in the summer of 2024, Rematch is premiering their new single and accompanying music video for “Retrograde” exclusively with idobi Radio. The new single, created by Alex Vito on vocals, Mike Stranczek and Noah Polino on guitars, Josh Cosentino on bass, and Austin Gannon on drums, marks the group’s first preview of their forthcoming album and our first taste of new music in 2023. As “Retrograde” echoes across idobi Radio throughout the day, which you can tune into here,… Read more »
Cast your mind back a decade, and think about where you were and what you were doing. Well, for fans of idobi Radio and our charismatic host, Fish, we have the privilege of pinpointing that moment precisely. A decade ago, exactly to the day, Fish embarked on the maiden voyage of his idobi show, Gone Fishkin. What started as an internship with Gunz of The Gunz Show on idobi Radio has, in a remarkable decade of growth and passion, brought Fish to where he is today. In this exclusive interview with Fish to celebrate a decade (not entirely under the… Read more »
Verswire, the first ever Venture Capital for artists, is changing the music industry, one satisfied and successful artist at a time. They are revolutionizing the relationship between labels and artists by taking a brand-new approach on a very outdated business model. Today, idobi Radio is proud to announce the launch of Face The Music, our newest radio show and podcast hosted by the creative minds behind Verswire. Verwire is the brainchild of Nick Lippman and Sherry Saeedi. Both are seasoned veterans in the music industry, with an incredibly impressive history. Now, listeners will have the opportunity to join this intelligent… Read more »
Coming off of the high of their self-titled, third studio album released earlier this year and the inevitable high that will follow once the group kicks off their forthcoming US headline tour in October, A R I Z O N A entered the idobi Studios in North Hollywood with fervor and poise. The self-titled album, which arrived in May via Elektra Records, is an acclaimed triumph of slick electro-pop oozing with personality and highlighted by the group’s gripping opening track, “Graveyard.” Watch more: A R I Z O N A Perform “Dark Skies” Live at idobi Studios Following a compelling… Read more »
A R I Z O N A made their way to idobi Studios for a special performance of their hit single “Dark Skies”. Spolier: It was incredible.
Emerging in the wake of their compelling dual EP releases, MoonEater and SoulEater, which debuted earlier this month, Magnolia Park entered the idobi Studios in North Hollywood with a mission. Their goal? To create a lush sonic temple for vocalist Joshua Roberts’ infectious voice to bounce off of in tandem with the group’s guitarists, Tristan Torres and Freddie Criales, armed with their acoustics. In a departure from their usual style and crafting a rendition sans Mayday Parade’s Derek Sanders, the group tackled their immensely popular track, “Feel Something.” As observers in the studio, we couldn’t help but be swept away… Read more »
Magnolia Park paid a visit to idobi Studios for a session, and pulled out a spine-tingling cover of Bring Me The Horizon’s “Drown”.