A Popdose World Premiere: Sun Culture ‘Young Blood’

You know the story… boy meets record label, record label sees handsome face and dreamy eyes and can smell the sweat dripping from millions of teenage girls, boy can actually play music and write good songs, girls opt for generic tuneless audio ...

Song of the Day: Home Video, “Forget”

Marshall Crenshaw told us that every musician has an internal clock that tells them when it’s time to make a new record. For the New York electronic duo Home Video, their clock is clearly set to four years, because their ...

SONG OF THE DAY: Glenn Tilbrook, “Everybody Sometimes”

Coming from the lead singer/guitarist/songwriter of new-wave veterans Squeeze, Glenn Tilbrook’s voice hasn’t aged one bit – it sounds just as sweet as it did when I first heard “Slightly Drunk” back in 1979.  This song, which is the “taster ...

The Popdose Interview: Brooke White (free holiday MP3)

Brooke White is one of the sharpest, most prolific singer/songwriters in pop music today — her natural beauty, charm and style are simply sprinkles, whip cream and Cap’n Crunch atop an already perfect sundae. Sure a certain TV ...

Song of the Day: Elim Bolt “Farm Kid”

Imagine Roy Orbison fronting a band halfway between Arcade Fire and Delta Spirit and that lands you in the same zip code as upstart indie rockers Elim Bolt. “Farm Kid” is the first single from the band’s debut 7-track EP, ...