Matt Vogel

Music Director

Matt is idobi's Music Director and a music photographer

29 posts by Matt Vogel

idobi Radio Programming

Takeover: Good Charlotte

November 24, 2015 | By Matt Vogel

Good Charlotte will be taking over idobi Radio on Tuesday, November 24th, to talk about their new single, “Makeshift Love.” They will also be discussing the reunion show that took place last weekend in Los Angeles.

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November 19, 2015 | By Matt Vogel

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The Used (2013)
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The Used Celebrate 15 Years With Live Album & Spring Tour

November 18, 2015 | By Matt Vogel

The Used are celebrating their 15 year anniversary in a big way. The band has announced a new live album coming in the spring and a North American tour slated for April and May of next year. The album, titled Live and Acoustic at the Palace, was recorded last month at the band’s unplugged performance at The Palace […]

Mixed Tape with John O'Callaghan
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Introducing: Mixed Tape with John O’Callaghan

November 6, 2015 | By Matt Vogel

Can you hear that? It’s the sound of an exciting announcement coming your way. We’re stoked to reveal that on November 9th at 7PM ET our latest show, Mixed Tape with John O’Callaghan, hits the airwaves. The Maine’s frontman will host guests, and rock your night with themed playlists and spontaneous cover songs to start […]

The Rocket Summer 2015 by Erica Lauren
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The Rocket Summer: A Comeback from a Band Who Never Left

November 5, 2015 | By Matt Vogel

[img100][/img100] All photos by Erica Lauren It’s a pretty beginning of a fall afternoon when I meet up with Bryce Avery, better known as The Rocket Summer at a park in Los Angeles. After about 10 minutes of trying and failing to locate each other in the park, we finally managed to find our way. […]

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Halsey takes over Orlando

October 29, 2015 | By Matt Vogel

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Features

Top 10 – Ten Years Strong

October 29, 2015 | By Matt Vogel

A lot of life has happened in the past ten years. Just think about everything that has consumed the world since 2005—graduations, weddings, the rise of the smartphone, and an entire language understood only by twelve year olds (**insert fourteen emoticons to thank Instagram here**). But while we were bragging about the convenience of our […]