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Olivia Rodrigo To Paramore: 10 Albums senses Loved In 2023

In the dynamic soundscape of 2023, pop-rock trio senses—comprised of frontwoman Madison Taylor, guitarist Josh Bissell, and drummer Nick Sampson—has emerged as a powerhouse on stage in 2023. As we bid farewell to this year, senses invite us into their vibrant sonic universe, unveiling their carefully curated list of the top 10 albums that have left an indelible mark on their musical journey. This thoughtfully crafted selection offers a window into the diverse influences shaping the creative minds of the trio. Standout picks include Pierce The Veil‘s transcendent masterpiece, The Jaws Of Life, a raw and emotionally charged exploration that… Read more »


15 Songs We Can’t Wait To Hear At When We Were Young 2024

When We Were Young Fest is ready for another run. With the announcements of next year’s dates on October 19 and 20, the stacked lineup has fans excited with the number of acts performing iconic albums. From Cobra Starship, Hey Monday, Millionaires to Fall Out Boy, 3OH!3, and more, there will be a ton of tunes that audiences are stoked to hear live (maybe even for the first time!) Here are 15 songs we’re dying to hear at When We Were Young 2024.  1. The Sharpest Lives — My Chemical Romance With a noticeable opening heavy bass line, the fourth… Read more »


idobi Radio Presents: Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 3

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 »


idobi Radio Presents: Best Albums Of 2023 Vol. 2

‘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 »


TJ Minor Debuts Heart-Felt Single “Barely Breathing”

Rising Los Angeles-based alt pop act, TJ Minor has released his third single, “Barely Breathing” today. Last year, he moved to Los Angeles all by himself in search of pursuing his music dream. It didn’t take long for him to settle in, find his people, and find himself as a solo artist. Experimenting with alternative, pop, and rock sounds, he seamlessly blends his influences together. This shines on his new track. “I crashed your car // Lost your phone // Too far gone // Can’t find home // I’m the reason // You’re barely breathing,” he sings in the chorus.… Read more »


Kanner Explores Her Transition From Prolific Songwriter To Iconic Artist

  Kanner jokes she is sporting a “low-key, under the radar look” as she demands the room in bulky, bright green shades, a full body camouflage jumpsuit, and her iconic red locks in high braids. She’s a rockstar from head to toe and everyone can see it. A prolific and well-respected writer with accolades all across the music industry, she notes that she is feeling “fucking amazing” now that she has released music of her own. Earlier this year, Kanner dropped her debut single “BULL IN A CHINA SHOP” featuring 93FEETOFSMOKE. An attitude filled, explosive pop-rock track, it showcases the… Read more »


Lil Lotus Says “She’s A Vampire” On Latest Single

Lil Lotus returns today with a modern pop-rock soaked single, “She’s A Vampire.” A collaboration with producer Matt Malpass (blink-182, Travis Barker, Machine Gun Kelly, nothing,nowhere.), the track oozes charisma and showcases his vocal abilities as they soar to a new height. The Los Angeles native has accompanied the new track with a cinematic and alluring new music video. Just in time for Halloween, the visual follows Lotus’ lover as she sneaks off at night to meet up with her coven of fellow vampires. Lil Lotus was loosely inspired by the Twilight series, explaining: “I wrote “She’s A Vampire” with this movie… Read more »


Michelle Branch & Cassadee Pope Perform “Are You Happy Now?”

As one of the leading ladies on the When We Were Young Fest this year, Michelle Branch has been bringing her fusion of pop-rock to the stage with classics such as “Everywhere,” “All You Wanted,” and more. Now, as the second day of When We Were Young Fest is in full swing and unfolding in front of the sold-out crowd, Branch has brought a very special guest, former Hey Monday vocalist Cassadee Pope, on the Stripe Stage to help her with “Are You Happy Now?” The two incredible vocalists shared the spotlight and were in perfect harmony as they breezed… Read more »


9 Songs We Hope To Hear At When We Were Young

Everyone has that one song they hope to hear from their favorite band at a live show. Sometimes we get lucky and our favorite track is one of their hits, other times our favorite track isn’t as popular. Perhaps a b-side that rarely gets any love on the stage or a tune from an older album that hasn’t seen a spot in the setlist in years. A festival with a line-up as stacked as When We Were Young, there is potential for a load of surprises. Bands and artists tend to get a little weird as festivals. We crafted a… Read more »

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