The only important thing is whether Taylor Swift is okay, I guess.
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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.
For the last time, stop calling us Hootie!
“Beloved rock band puts out new album. What happens next will bring tears to your eyes!”
They don’t call them “hits” for nothing. Songs That Kill remembers the tracks that became famous and nearly career-crippling.
Soundgarden’s Superunknown marks its 20th anniversary. Dw Dunphy looks back on the record and its place in the scope of 1990′s rock.
One-time pop singer Tia Bocker has always been in love with rock, through better and worse. The Sinsanity frontwoman tells Popdose.com why.
The famed pop star Debbie Gibson takes a seat as judge on ABC’s “Sing Your Face Off” and Popdose.com caught up with her to find out about it.
Introducing “Dunphy Knows It All” wherein Dw Dunphy solves all the problems you never knew you had.
Fresh, bizarre, intricate, yet not afraid to be a little rude, Life In A Blender’s “We Already Have Birds That Sing” is a short, but punchy trip.