Engineers invite you to get lost in “Always Returning”
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California troubadour Brandon Schott offers a glimpse of his next album with his new extended single.
Make no mistake about it. Daniel Amos’ second effort of the Alarma Chronicles, Doppelganger, was weird. In order to cut through the preconceptions, the clatter, and the propaganda, it had to be.
The Popdose Interview: Author Andrew Maraniss, “Strong Inside: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South”
Andrew Maraniss, author of the biography of Perry Wallace, discusses how civil rights played out on a much different sort of court.
The New Pornographers return with evidence of pop’s past glories in very modern settings.
Guess those photos in front of the mixer meant something?
The only important thing is whether Taylor Swift is okay, I guess.
You said something bad? You better shut your mouth, or I’ll bust your jaw off…
Petty and company pull a fast one on their new album.
1,000 fans saying “yes” to your project doesn’t mean you should…
Labels would have you believe nothing comes out in the summer except the big “Summer Jam”. Here are some releases proving that false.
No one expects…
Some bands would kill for a track like “My Sharona,” a song that would not die.
Short version: It is bad on purpose. What does that say about us that we accept it?
The Popdose Interview: Andrew Curry, Executive Producer, “Here Comes The Reign Again – The Second British Invasion”
Announcing his latest project, Andrew Curry discusses the 1980s and how the Europeans led a brand new musical movement.
What? Only five?
You gotta be…kidding me.
It won’t thrill you, it won’t kill you.
Don’t click the TV off yet. The 2014 World Cup goes on without the U.S. Here’s why it matters.
As Jude Abbott sweetly sings, “Pissin’ the night away.”
Oh, Heaven and Earth, what sleepy, emasculated fresh hell is this?
The box office superstar’s star hasn’t been so super lately. Dunphy has tips to polish it up a bit.
The story of a band that’s really a rock band! Honest! We swear! Would we fool you?
Popdose premieres the new video, Frankenstein Cannot Be Stopped, from Life In A Blender’s latest album
When it comes to writing, or rewriting a song, good intentions only get you so far.
The New Pornos are back with a dense, layered, pop confection.
Once they made movies from comics. Now comics seem like little more than another merchandising platform. Here are some thoughts on how to change that perception.