Tag: Blur

Dizzy Heights, Music

Dizzy Heights #49: Days of the Week, Vol. I

Thursday needs to fire its publicist....

Dizzy Heights, Music

Dizzy Heights #42: With the Prepositions, Vol. I

Followed a song by Bowie with a song about Bowie. I am not deep. ...

Dizzy Heights, Music

Dizzy Heights #39: The Devil Take Your Stereo — “(This) and (That)” Songs, Vol. I

I am not afraid to admit that the themed shows are better because my friends' song suggestions are better than mine. ...

Dizzy Heights, Music

Dizzy Heights #34: Film the World Before It Happens

I got an idea and then ran with it...for an hour and 40 minutes....

Dizzy Heights, Music

Dizzy Heights #25: Get Blood on Your Hands, Have an Alibi

*Enters 'Holiday' into iTunes search bar* Hey, I think I can make this work! ...

Current Events, Gender Nation X, Music

Gender Nation X: Bathroom Bill Resistance and 8 Songs That Saved My Gender Non-Binary Life

As news broke that Trump was rescinding Department of Justice guidelines to protect transgender students, I was immediately swept back in...

Music

Popdose Oral History: “Papas Fritas” (1995)

The three members of Papas Fritas — Shivika Asthana, Keith Gendel, and Tony Goddess — discuss the creation of their self-titled debut...

Music, Popdose Lists, Year-End Best-Of Lists

Best of 2015: An Unintentionally Retro-Heavy List of the Top Albums of the Year

Give 50 music writers a forum to tout their top 50 albums of the year and you’ll probably see 45 or so unique bands and...

Album Reviews, Music, News

Album Reviews: Sarah Cracknell, Adam Lambert, and FFS Lead June Releases

Forget Christmas or “Christmas in July”, most of the year’s top new albums arrive this month to a record store (way...

Music, Popdose Roundtable

Popdose Music Roundtable: January 2014

It's the Popdose Music Roundtable for January 2014 -- wherein the staff gabs about any music, new or old, that has been moving us over the...

Music, The Weekly Mixtape

The Weekly Mixtape: End of the World Edition

Well, it's been fun. Last one out, make sure to turn out the lights. ...

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Blur: “Parklive”

Listening to Blur in concert is nice, but seeing Blur in concert is better. ...

Contests, News

Popdose Contest: Win Blur’s New Live Album, “Parklive”

This is as close as Americans will get these days to a live Blur show. ...

Music, News

2012 Outlook: Jeff Lynne, Katatonia, And Reissues Galore

Hey there, Mr. Blue. Tell me, please, what else is new?...

Bottom Feeders, Music

Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 8

Listening to these tunes might make you have fun or go mad. Either way, reminisce over those lost '90s hits with this weeks installment of...

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Greatest Un-Hits, Music

Greatest Un-Hits: Fretblanket’s “Into the Ocean” (1997)

In the post-Nirvana, post-grunge rock landscape, dominance by a new genre was totally up for grabs. Would it be power pop, a la Matthew...

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Music, Popdose Flashback '91, The Weekly Mixtape

The Weekly Mixtape: Popdose Flashback ’91 — The Beat Mix

  In between more timely projects and content, the Popdose staff are dissecting albums from 1991, which happens to be one of my...

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Music

2011 Outlook: Blackfield Return with “Welcome to My DNA,” and Other News

Popdose runs down reunions, new releases and rumors of new releases for 2011....

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Listmania, Music

Listmania: Top 20 Songs of Summer (#10-1)

With summer winding down, the Popdose staff is counting down its favorite songs of the season. Did your favorite "Summer Song" make the...

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Music, Pop Goes the World

Pop Goes the World: “Ruby Trax,” Disc 2

David Medsker has returned with the second disc of the NME's wonderfully strange covers compilation, featuring the biggest artists of the...

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Meta, Music, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Andy Partridge

You submitted your questions for former XTC member Andy Partridge, and he answered them (well, most of them, anyway) during his Popdose...

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Music, Unsolicited Career Advice

Unsolicited Career Advice for… Radiohead

You wouldn’t know it by reading the following, but Uncle Donnie is afraid of British people.  Thought the Beatles were going to...