Tag: Allison Johnelle Boron

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Popdose Prime: The 75 Best Paul McCartney Songs

On June 18, Paul McCartney celebrated his 75th birthday. With enviable longevity and prodigious musical gifts, he’s amassed a legacy...

AJOBO, Music

AJOBO: Nick De La Hoyde, “The Longest Way”

The disparity that exists between modern musical content and the real lives of its listeners is a very real problem. Lorde, for one, has...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Arthur Fowler, “What’s Keeping Me Going”

It’s appropriate for a Valentine’s Day release to have an element of love in it, though one could argue that every song and...

Popdose Exclusives

EXCLUSIVE: Ships Have Sailed, “Summertime”

Last year, LA indie darlings Ships Have Sailed released Someday, their first six-song EP, chock full of those dreamy SoCal melodies you...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

VIDEO PREMIERE: Just Walden, “Space Cadet”

Back in August, I told you about a little band called Just Walden, their album High Street Barton Blues, and frontman Danny Ferraro, who...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: Dave Plaehn, ‘Radio Sister’

It’s not often that I get to write about a musician who’s talented and also loves jug bands. (See my bio below for why this...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: John Helix, ‘Chronic Happiness’

Though upon first listen it’s evident that a whole host of influences came together to create the artist known as John Helix, the San...

Music

MUSIC REVIEW: Blunda, “Surrender”

You’ve probably never heard of Andy Blunda, but I guarantee you’d recognize his work. Lately, he’s been a mainstay in the...

Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Great Spirit, ‘Front Porch to Frontier’

With a name like Great Spirit, it’s almost possible to hear this unique NoCal band’s sound even before you hit...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: The Workers, ‘Totem’

As synonymous with the New York every-man music scene as a protagonist in a Billy Joel Song, Dan Greenwald’s Workers have been a...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: The Society Islands, ‘The Big Sleep’

Sometimes when an artist is nondiscriminatory with his or her influences, the result is unfocused, muddy, and downright confusing. Many...

Music, News

British Invasion 50th Anniversary Tour Adds Shows, Peter Asher

The incredibly popular 50th Anniversary British Invasion Tour that circulated along the East and West Coasts last fall is returning for...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: The Great Escape, ‘Self-Titled’

The ultimate irony: a SoCal power-pop band that self-admittedly strives to include every Californian stereotype into its vibe and music....

Music

Songstress Alice Sungurov’s Un-broken Heart

In the vein of other iconic voices (both literal and lyrical) from the past few years, including Taylor Swift and Christina Perri comes New...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: Paul Maged, ‘Diamonds and Demons’

A lot of singer/songwriters pen songs with a conscience. But, unless they’re Bruce Springsteen, rarely do those tunes mix catchiness...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Song Premiere: Lily Lambert, “Pop Culture (Who Cares)”

It’s probably a safe assumption that the majority of today’s songstresses have never set foot inside a law school, much less...

Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Billy Roberts and the Rough Riders, “The Last Of The Originals”

With a name like “Billy Roberts and the Rough Riders,” one can almost hear the type of proto-barn-stomping, hard-folking,...

Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Ben Vita and the Renaissance Committee, “Biology”

Progressive, experimental, and yet, so personal and universal. Woodstock, NY-based musician Ben Vita deviates from his history of...

Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Just Walden, “High Street Barton Blues”

Most musicians opt for day jobs as waiters, retail hounds, or administrative whipping boys and girls. Not Just Walden mastermind Danny...

Popdose Exclusives

VIDEO PREMIERE: Nehedar, “Come Into The Light”

The brainchild of NYC-based singer/songwriter Emilia Cataldo, Nehedar combines powerful anti-folk with an amalgam of trendy sounds...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose EP Premiere: The Morning Birds, “Bloom”

Divided into seasons, the Morning Birds’ Bloom EP innately represents the cyclical nature of not only the year, but also life...

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Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Jay Brown, “Childhood Friends”

Everything old is new again. Jay Brown is an artist living a kind of dual existence. On one hand, he’s a seasoned singer/songwriter,...

Album Reviews

REVIEW: Eric Frisch, “Goodbye Birdcage”

Major life changes can yield a host of outcomes, depending on the person. Some might hideaway, others may celebrate. Still others, like...

Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Keith Alan Mitchell, “The Clumsy World”

Full disclosure: I am not writing about Keith Alan Mitchell because he hails from my native Ohio, even though I love giving a fellow Ohioan...

Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Matt Townsend and the Wonder of the World

Matt Townsend is something of a conundrum. On one hand, his lyrics indicate a world-weary, vulnerable old-timer. His voice projects across...

Popdose Exclusives

PREMIERE: Dog Society, “Our Own Parade”

You might say a band is truly dedicated to its craft when it reemerges from retirement after 20 years, and, most amazingly, releases...

The Vinyl Diaries

The Vinyl Diaries: Air Supply, “The One that You Love”

Rob Smith declares his love of Air Supply in his new "Vinyl Diaries" column....

AJOBO, Music

AJOBO: Five Reasons Why This Monkees Tour Matters

I became a Monkees fan at age 11 after binge-watching their hit TV show on Nick-at-Nite’s Block Party Summer. Its run lasted all of...

Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Eron Falbo, “73”

What do you get when you combine an up-and-coming Brazilian singer/songwriter with the mastermind producer behind Blonde on Blonde and The...

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: Ships Have Sailed, “Someday”

Ah, the classic story of a musician deviating from his bread and butter to follow his own tuneful vision. While conceiving this dreamy...