Tag: acoustic-pop

Music, New Artists, Popdose Exclusives

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...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Andy Pratt, “Lincoln Avenue”

Chicago singer-songwriter Andy Pratt follows up last year’s acclaimed  Horizon Disrupted album (reviewed here on Popdose) with a new...

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: The Get Ahead, “Mind Is a Mountain”

An interesting mixture of sounds and styles on this 4-song E.P. from The Get Ahead, a Portland-based five-piece outfit.  Incredibly...

Album Reviews, Music, New Artists

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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Album Review: Korby Lenker, “Thousand Springs”

There’s quite a number of stories that go along with the songs behind Korby Lenker’s newest album, Thousand Springs, which is...

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Album Review: Peter Bradley Adams, “A Face Like Mine”

Having embarked on a solo career in 2005, Birmingham, Alabama native Peter Bradley Adams has seemingly shown no signs of slowing...

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Album Review: Cindy Lee Berryhill, “The Adventurist”

I’ve always liked Cindy Lee Berryhill’s voice and writing style; there’s always been something very soothing and...

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Album Review: Kelley Ryan, “Telescope”

For the better part of 20 years, Palm Springs resident, Kelley Ryan, has been making music and somehow flying under the radar all the...

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Popdose Exclusive Video Premiere: Garrett Owen, “Sad Eyed Son”

Popdose is pleased to exclusively present to you the title track video from singer-songwriter Garrett Owen’s new E.P., Sad Eyed...

Album Reviews, Music, New Artists

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...

Music, New Artists, Popdose Interviews

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...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Almond & Olive, “Standing at the Precipice”

This debut album,  Standing At The Precipice, from Chicago duo Natalie Alms and Ollie Davidson – Almond & Olive – are...

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: Matt Tarka, “Surely Late”

Washington D.C. native Matt Tarka is set to release his 4th recorded work (2 singles and now 2 E.P.’s), the 4 song Surely Late. ...

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ALBUM REVIEW: FREDDY & FRANCINE, “Gung Ho”

Sometimes a romantic relationship can lead to great art…  and sometimes the end of that relationship can lead to even greater art. ...

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: Dan Henig, “Paper Planes & Hurricanes”

This five-song E.P. from Ann Arbor native Dan Henig is a crisp, soulful and completely pleasant listening experience; it fits the time of...

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EP Review: Brett Newski, “Hi-Fi D.I.Y.”

From the opening of “Black Taxi Car”, there is a fair amount of “real American” inflections of Brett Newski’s...

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Album Review: Kimm Rogers, “Where the Pavement Grows”

Kimm Rogers definitely has it; that way of songwriting with the turn of a word or phrase and constructing a melody that draws you in. ...

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EP REVIEW: Brandon Cunningham, “Giveout”

This is excellent – pure and simple.  Chicago singer-songwriter Brandon Cunningham delivers four absolutely stunning tracks on this...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Mark Rogers & Mary Byrne, “I Line My Days Along Your Weight”

A very nice debut, indeed; this first offering from Mark Rogers and Mary Byrne, who hail from Pennsylvania, but met in East Atlanta through...