Chris Holmes and Ted Asregadoo talk to David Bottrill about mixing “Vapor Trails Remixed.”
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In 1993 Billy Joel made people feel awkward and sad.
Platters That Matter podcasters brave the summer heat for Ben Folds Five live.
In anticipation of the June 2nd premiere of The Venture Bros., season 5, co-writers Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer chatted about the show with Chris Holmes.
And when the cupboard’s bare, will you still even care?
Five years! Longer than many marriages, yet Popdose is still here and still going.
Wherein Holmes and Dunphy make like The Carpenters and go on hurting each other.
Members of the Popdose staff review Rush’s 20th studio album, “Clockwork Angels” — and come away with mixed feelings.
Vinyl is the beginning. Sure, wax cylinders came before, but the true concept of the album is a vinyl joint.
The mother of year-end lists: Popdose’s Top Albums of 2011.
Chris Holmes and Scott Malchus take a look at the two fantasy series that premiered just before Halloween.
Look, Ma! We can count to a hundred!
In conjunction with Chris Holmes’ fantastic Friday Mixtape, here are more Popdose musical turning points.
Rock stars? Grace and dignity?! Bwaahhh haaahhh haaahhh! (Here are a few reasons why not, provided by the Popdose Roundtable.)
Your Popdose staff gathers ’round the new Chickenfoot single and can’t help arguing about Van Halen. Again.
Bob Dylan is 70 years old, and the Popdose Staff has pulled together a massive post to honor him. Here are 70 of our favorite Dylan songs, one for each year.
Matthew Boles presents a Megadeth concert from May 29, 1995, and gets excited about Bootleg City Community College’s new, ridiculously tricked-out baseball stadium.
Chris Holmes looks at the debut album from one-hit wonder Carl Douglas to decide if he has more to offer than “Kung Fu Fighting.”