The energetic vocalist of Magnolia Park, Joshua Roberts, has announced his debut solo EP Good For You. It comes out on December 15 courtesy of Epitaph. His latest single, “Darkness” gives us a taste of what to expect from the upcoming release. Embarking on an exciting musical path, Roberts’ newest venture experiments with alternative R&B. The seamless transition from vibrant pop-punk to this new sound showcases the versatility of his voice and craft. Keeping it in the Mag Park family, he produced and wrote the single with Vince Ernst. Roberts says, “‘Darkness’ came about when Vince and I learned that… Read more »
— Lead singer of Magnolia Park, Joshua Roberts has dropped a brand new single called “Angel”. He made the announcement on his social media saying, “ITS FINALLY HERE!!!! “Angel” is out now everywhere! Go check it out and let me know in the comments what you think of the track”. The way this track showcases Roberts’ vocal range—and just how talented he is—makes us so excited for what else he’ll bring to the table in 2023. This is his second single this year which comes just three months after his debut single. Check out the song for yourself below!
You should already be in love with Joshua Roberts. He’s been on the rise, hailing from Magnolia Park a band that is taking over the scene. MP has been busy preparing for a tour that kicks off next March and is releasing new music left and right. Annndd now Joshua has found a new way to completely capture our hearts by debuting his first solo single. “Stay, Stay, Stay!” is 3 minutes of dance beats and swoon-worthy lyrics that can hypnotize anyone. It starts off strong with, “I’m restless, breathless getting high off your kiss. Can we stay like this?… Read more »
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idobi Radio’s Nick Major sat down with @magnoliaparkband frontman Joshua Roberts to chat about the band’s latest release, ‘Baku’s Revenge’, his new solo music and what he hopes to accomplish as a musician.
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Just because we’re entering the winter holiday season doesn’t mean you can’t keep the spirit of Halloween alive. Magnolia Park is continuing on with their spooky vibes with the release of their “Fell In Love On Halloween” music video via Epitaph Records. The bittersweet music video perfectly complements the acoustic emo track, which draws parallels between The Nightmare Before Christmas‘ Jack and Sally with the song’s protagonists. “I was dressed up like Jack/Should’ve known this won’t last/Every good thing comes and goes, at least I took my chance,” frontman Joshua Roberts sings. Check out the full “Fell In Love On… Read more »
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 »
UK rockers Neck Deep are getting us ready for their upcoming tour, with their new single “We Need More Bricks.” The track is will appear on their upcoming self-titled album, set to drop via Hopeless Records. One of the things that stands out in their new music is the message of fighting for what is right. Singer Ben Barlow says that the new song is the best the band has been, political-wise, “touching on everything from the monarchy, immigration, protest laws, and international wars. We find ourselves at a cross-section in the zeitgeist where bricks could be used to build… Read more »
When you think about your favorite childhood films, it is likely that a Disney Princess or two come to mind. If you grew up in the late 90s or early 2000s, you were probably obsessed with singing songs from each soundtrack with your parents. Something is to be said about how this music made us feel as kids. With today’s diverse and inclusive lineup of characters, how this music makes us feel today. The current catalog of Disney Princess songs features a wide range of genres and cultural influences. From the shimmering sounds of Middle Eastern guitars in ‘Aladdin,’ to… Read more »