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blink-182, The Killers, Skrillex, And More To Headline Lollapalooza 2024

We’re getting ready to see you in Chicago! Today, Lollapalooza announced its massive and diverse lineup for this year’s 2024 festival. The four-day festival is scheduled to take place in Chicago, IL, at Grant Park, running from August 1 to 4. This year’s headliners include alternative favorites such as blink-182, The Killers, and Skrillex. Additional headliners include SZA; Tyler, the Creator, Future X, Metro Boomin, Hozier, Stray Kids, and Melanie Martinez.  Fans are already eagerly anticipating this year’s lineup: X/Twitter user @theelderemox shares, “Skrillex and Blink-182 headlining Lollapalooza is all I needed.” The user later tweeted, “I’m about to be… Read more »


Skrillex Plays From First To Last’s “Emily” At Red Rocks Performance

Over the weekend, Skrillex delivered an unforgettable performance at Red Rocks, setting a new iconic record. While EDM enthusiasts revel in the masterful set he played, emo fans had an extra reason to celebrate. A week after stepping in for Frank Ocean as a headliner at Coachella, Skrillex treated the crowd to an epic 5-hour show that included a nostalgic tribute to his former band From First To Last. Read more: Laura Jane Grace Cancels Shows Due To Uncontrollable Circumstances The post-hardcore king turned EDM mastermind gave his all in the performance, delivering a plethora of fan favorites like “Kill… Read more »


Skrillex is Taking Us Back to “Warped Tour ’05” with Pete Wentz

Skrillex has announced he will be dropping his first full-length studio album since 2014. We’ve already had our fair share of singles from the DJ but we are more than ready to have Quest For Fire. It’s out this Friday so the wait will be hardly any time at all!  While this news was good enough for us, we were pleasantly surprised to see one of our favorites featured. Pete Wentz has teamed up with Skrillex for the song “Warped Tour ’05”. Both Fall Out Boy and Skrillex, while he was with From First to Last, performed at Warped Tour… Read more »


10 Songs True Emo Kids Can Recognize By The First Note

By now, we’ve all seen the viral TikTok trend capitalizing on our emo heart’s trigger of the infamous G-Note. It’s no secret that playing this simple note will reveal any and every Emo Kid—current and former—within a considerable distance. After all, “Welcome To The Black Parade” by My Chemical Romance can easily go down in history as the most recognizable song across a span of generations. But how many more of these timeless classics can a true emo kid pick out before the lyrics even begin? Here’s our list of 10 songs true emo kids can recognize by the sound… Read more »


We All Go Out Alone | Kiesza

⁠Kiesza⁠ flashed onto the scene, and into the zeitgeist, with her 2014 debut single ⁠“Hideaway”⁠, only to lose it all just as fast, in equally dramatic fashion, when she suffered a brain injury from a horrific car crash. The accident started her on a years-long journey of recovery and self discovery, dealing with doubts of ever making it back to music. The music industry all but wrote her off as gone forever, a blessing in disguise, that liberated Kiesza with the opportunity to rebuild herself and learn some profound lessons about life, mortality, and the kind of artist she was… Read more »


Deryck Whibley Of Sum 41 Announces ‘Heaven And Hell’ Memoir

Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has announced that he’ll be releasing a memoir. Aptly titled Walking Disaster: My Life Through Heaven And Hell, after different songs from the pop-punker’s popular act, the book will be released on Oct. 8 via Gallery Books. Fans can pre-order a copy of the book here. Whibley posted the announcement on his Instagram, saying he is “extremely honored and excited” about this opportunity. This comes after the Canadian act’s statement that they will disband later this year. The novel includes Whibley’s reflection on his trials and tribulations and a backstage look at how Sum 41… Read more »


How Chad Kowal Felt Working With The Used’s Joey Bradford

Chad Kowal began his life in music on the drums after receiving a drum kit from his parents. He was learning some of the trickiest songs around in the metalcore-glory days of the early 2010s, including many of my personal favorites: The Devil Wears Prada and A Day To Remember. This led to the formation of Farewell, My Love in 2011. A band who stopped by idobi Radio for a session back in 2016 and the project I met Chad with. By that time, he was no longer drumming but the primary songwriter and vocalist. That change happened back in… Read more »


Mike’s Dead Shares Albums He Was Inspired By In 2023

In the ever-evolving landscape of alternative music in 2023, Mike’s Dead stands out as a rising force, blending genre, shattering boundaries, and creating a distinct sonic experience across his new EP, REBIRTH. While the collection takes on a life of its own through a heavy-laden sound collage, Mike’s Dead shares the 2023 albums that influenced him this year. The past year has undeniably marked a milestone for Mike’s Dead. From sharing stages with the horror-metal behemoths Ice Nine Kills to gearing up for two exclusive EP release parties on December 15 and 16, presented by Louder Than Life and Sonic Temple,… Read more »


The Amity Affliction Drops Remix Single “Show Me Your God”

Mixing EDM and metalcore is on the rise. The Amity Affliction is the most recent artist to jump on this trend and has reimagined their song “Show Me Your God” with DJ PROBLM CHLD. The bouncy trance, sometimes dubstep-esqe beat, is a different way to listen to the Australian act. Earlier this year, the group also dropped their new album, Not Without My Ghosts, which includes features from phem and posthumous rapper Louie Knuxx. With reworked songs, sometimes it can take time to get used to new sounds, flow, and even sometimes fewer vocals. But guitarist Dan Brown says, “I… Read more »


6 Artists That Beauty School Dropout Turn To For Inspiration

In any creative realm, inspiration often blossoms through the cross-pollination of diverse influences. Beauty School Dropout, a tenacious trio dedicated to carving out their own niche space in the rock genre, embodies this notion to create their own unique identity. Drawing from alternative, pop, and even a subtle touch of grunge and hip-hop, they’ve seamlessly woven these threads into a harmonious fusion of musings. Fresh off of the release of their sophomore full-length album, READY TO EAT, and actively on an extensive tour promoting the October 13 launch, Beauty School Dropout’s 9-track collection bursts with hit after hit of radio-ready… Read more »

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