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Popdose Premiere: Faux Co., “Set the Record Straight” b/w “Prozac Spaceman”

Popdose has a dual treat for you!  Chicago’s Faux Co. is the brainchild of songwriter Ben Mackey. Originally from Santa Rosa,...

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Popdose Song Premiere: Austin Prince, “Hard to Bare”

Last year, Popdose introduced you to a duo, Brothers Prince, who impressed us with their smooth, soulful grooves and quality...

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Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: The Persian Leaps, “Time Slips!”

Popdose is very pleased to bring you this exclusive new track off the debut full-length album from St. Paul, Minnesota’s The Persian...

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Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Dauzat St. Marie, “Time to Go Home”

Once again, it’s been a musically wealthy summer and Popdose is once again pleased to bring you an exclusive:  this new song from...

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Album Review: The Naked Sun, “War With Shadows”

This is the debut album from Philadelphia-based sextet, The Naked Sun, a band who began their quest for “honest rock” in 2011;...

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Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Julie Nathanson, “Wise Up”

Once again, Popdose strives to bring you different artists on the pop spectrum.  This time, we present Julie Nathanson, a name you may be...

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Album Review: Tulula!, “Singing Songs in the Dark”

Accord, New York’s Tulula! has been stomping around Rip Van Winkle’s dreamland since 2006. The acid-cowboy quintet of Jason Broome...

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Album Review: Vivian Leva, “Time Is Everything”

Vivian Leva’s voice is the sound of living tradition. Raised by parents who absorbed ancient tunes and ballads during visits to legendary...

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Popdose Song Premiere: Bellhouse, “On a Night Like This”

Popdose is pleased to introduce Swedish electronic pop singer Emma-Lee Andersson, who goes by the moniker BELLHOUSE.  She’s just...

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New Artists: Circling Back With Popdose’s Best of 2017

  It would take a stadium-sized record store to inventory at least one copy of every album and single produced in a given year (at at...

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Popdose Exclusive Video Premiere: Vaness Alegacy, “Hoping & Waiting”

Popdose would like to introduce you to Vaness Alegacy, a Toronto-based singer; we are presenting  her debut video, which is also her...

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EP Review: Brothers Prince, “Single”

Popdose introduced you to Brothers Prince, the twin Prince brothers (!) in June, who impressed us with their first offering, the...

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Album Review: Sven-Erik Olsen, “Sketchbook Traces”

According to the press release, Sven-Erik Olsen spent most of his childhood in a constant state between daydreaming and brainstorming in...

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EP Review: Molly Tuttle, “Rise”

I had only just heard Molly Tuttle’s name for the first time as she recently appeared singing dynamic harmonies on Korby...

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Album Review: Andy Pratt, “Horizon Disrupted”

Once again, the city of Chicago is on the radar with this debut release from singer-songwriter Andy Pratt.  This young talent mixes...

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Popdose Exclusive Single Premiere: Upright Man, “Say What You Mean”

Popdose introduces you to New York City-based rock band Upright Man.  The trio consists of Aidan Dolan (guitar/vocals), Nick Katz...

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Album Review: The Trongone Band, “Keys to the House”

There’s an immediate good vibe upon hearing the opening riffs coming from Keys To The House, the debut album from Virginia’s...

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Album Review: The Thin Cherries, “The Thin Cherries”

It must be something in the water of Chicago.  For the last few years, the city has grown a plethora of bands from all different...

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Album Review: Wreck Loose, “OK, Wreck Loose”

From the first, forceful moment of their debut full-length album, OK, Wreck Loose, Pittsburgh-bred Wreck Loose announce themselves as heirs...

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Popdose Single Premiere: The Good Graces, “Good in It All”

Kim Ware of Americana/indie-folk collective the Good Graces looks for silver linings in past regrets....

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E.P. REVIEW: PUEBLO, “Boring The Camera”

This duo, who hail from Brooklyn, New York, Pueblo are a new act; a duo driven by Jonah P. Smith and Julian P. Smith, although I...

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EP Review: Kristina Cottone, “Bow”

This delightful five-song E.P. comes from Kristina Cottone, who in the Chicago area (and parts elsewhere) is known as the lead singer for...

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Album Review: The Flywheels, “I’m for the Flowers”

There is an automatic sense of sadness to this album, the debut of San Francisco’s power-pop wonders, The Flywheels.  While this...

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Album Review: Kate Grom, “Heroine”

It’s something of a joy to find so many new, young and talented singer-songwriters cropping up with such regularity; it certainly...

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The Popdose Interview: Lisa Said

Back in the autumn, Popdose had the chance to introduce you to Lisa Said, the incredibly gifted and equally powerful singer-songwriter, who...

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New Artists: February’s Five Most Freaking Fantastic F-Yeah Bands

To balance the terror of living in the tiny clutches of a flaming Orange Cheat-o, 2017 is already Making Music Great Again...

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Album Review: Lincoln Barr, “Trembling Frames”

This is an instant “wow”.  I’ve known Lincoln Barr’s music for about five years now, since I first heard his...

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New Artists: Pacific Radio and the Gray Vines

The year is young, and even though Emperor Cheat-o just took office, the Women’s March around the world gave us plenty of hope...

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Album Review: Natalie Hemby, “Puxico”

After spending the last decade as one of the most sought out songwriters in Nashville, Natalie Hemby is about to release her first solo...

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EP Review: Weep & Willow, “Weep & Willow”

Four very strong, well-crafted/sculpted songs with a lot to offer.  Strong harmonies, melodies, lush arrangements and a feeling of...