How the hell do you make a living as an actor, anyway? We have no idea, but Amir Talai seems to be figuring it out.
Ted Asregadoo talks to Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter in a podcast version of The Popdose Interview.
Chart Attack! is back for episode 2, covering the Top 10 from March 19, 1983.
Dave, Jeff and Jason return with a look at the career of producer Phil Ramone, who passed away on March 30.
Ned Massey speaks with us about his personal artistic journey — including his new play, Four Messages
Matt and Jeff speak with Nat Osborn about his terrific new album, The King and the Clown
Singer, songwriter, and all-around captain of industry David Baerwald discusses his creative journey.
You may not realize it, but you’ve probably heard her music. Meet the disarmingly sincere Cathy Heller
The third Platters That Matter podcast looks at the third album from this great trio. Whoooooa!
Matt and Jeff talk with Billy Vera about his new big band album.
Duke was the album that changed how the world viewed Genesis. Chris Holmes and Dw. Dunphy look at this game-changing record on Platters That Matter.
Jay Nash talks about his new album Letters From The Lost with Matt and Jeff.
The Popdose Audio Interview: Andrew Curry, Executive Producer “Drink A Toast To Innocence – A Tribute To Lite Rock”
The Popdose Interview speaks with Andrew Curry, Executive Producer of Drink A Toast To Innocence – A Tribute To Lite Rock.
The first edition of the new Chart Attack! podcast kicks off with the Top 10 singles from the week ending February 15, 1986.
The fifth episode of Songs of Freedom continues the discussion from the last episode on politics and female recording artists.
In the midst of the holiday season, we caught up with Bruce Hornsby. It was indeed, a very merry experience.
In the debut installment of the Platters That Matter podcast, Chris Holmes and Dw. Dunphy explore Joe Walsh’s 1978 solo album But Seriously, Folks…
Matt ‘n’ Jeff talk to author and Popdose writer Scott Malchus about his new book, Basement Songs.
The Man Who Is Not Bea Arthur stops by for a conversation about his new album/novel, If You Look for My Heart.
The first of two parts on female artists in popular music and their relationships to the political, either through their music or image.
Matt and Jeff welcome singer/songwriter Steve Poltz to discuss his new album Noineen Noiny Noin. Steve also plays several songs live during the podcast.
The Popdose Podcast pays tribute to the late Levon Helm.
Episode 3 focuses on MTV: the role of politics in its history and programming, and the politically motivated artists who’ve been a part of it.
For the second episode of “Popdose Presents: Songs of Freedom”, Matthew Bolin and Lyana Fernandez focus on the Occupy movement, especially its beginning point at Occupy Wall Street.
Perfect for your soul-crushing trip to the mall on this Black Friday: A rundown of a classic Top 10 from November 1983. It’s the Popdose Podcast, Episode 22: CHART ATTACK! Edition!