Tag Archives: David Bowie
Dw Dunphy provides seven and two for you from 2013. None of them are Yeezus.
It’s the Friday Five! Shuffle through five random tracks from your library and share it with the Popdose community.
An all-women’s choir playing in the same venues on the same nights as indie rock and folk bands? That’s exactly what Conspiracy of Venus is.
Who needs any stinkin’ Crosby, Stills or Nash??
When David Bowie released his previous album, Reality: Senator John Kerry was challenging incumbent George W. Bush for the presidency; Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube didn’t exist; The war in Iraq was but six months old; Michael Jackson was alive; So were Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein; TV broadcast signals were transmitted through the airwaves; Eminem won an Oscar for 8 Mile. It seems like a long time ago in a pop culture far, far away. And in some senses, [...]
You’ll be seeing a lot of these two men over the next few days-check out the beginning of our list of the top 100 albums of the Seventies!
Hello, Mr. Jones. We’ve been expecting you.
Bowie could have done anything he wanted at this point…so he made a rock record.
New music from David Bowie, HEM, Anna Lena & The Orchids and Beth Hart!
In early January, we got the news from left field that David Bowie would be issuing his first album in a decade this Spring. My night owl lifestyle has paid off once again, as just moments ago Bowie’s YouTube channel posted a second video from the upcoming The Next Day LP. Whereas “Where Are We Now” harkened back to 1999′s …hours album (admittedly not one of my favorites), “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” is more in line with Bowie’s two most recent albums, Heathen and Reality. And of [...]
Dust of those post-holiday blues with this week’s Friday Five!
Two words I was fairly certain I would never see again: “New Bowie.” He hasn’t released any new music since 2003′s Reality. And aside from a very few one-off appearances, he’s pretty much evaded media attention since the closing of the Reality tour in 2004 (which incidentally, was the highest grossing tour that year). In fact, the last leg of the tour had to be canceled due to the discovery of a clogged artery that required an emergency angioplasty. That [...]
Rob Smith finds “High Adventure” with Kenny Loggins.
Here’s some tunes you might know of…
Want the whole story? Here it is, come and … oh never mind.
Bon Jovi, Boyz II Men and lots of harmony highlight this week’s Bottom Feeders.
David Medsker runs 1992 through the beat mix blender.
Where were you in 1988? For Popdose’s Ted Asregadoo, it was his college years, and guess what music he’s featuring this week?
Popdose soldiers on with our Digging for Gold series and looks at another six tracks from Time-Life Music’s AM Gold: 1962.
Fandom: what does it mean, who inspires it, and where will you go in its name? We have some thoughts on the subject, and you’ll hear ‘em on Episode 18 of The Popdose Podcast!
What happens when baby boomer rockers age? Do they burn out or fade away? Ted Asregadoo lines up side by side comparisons of old and new songs from some of the greats for you to decide.
Chris Holmes provides an overview of ’70s rock band Be Bop Deluxe. Led by guitarist extraordinaire Bill Nelson, Be Bop Deluxe produced some of the most rewarding rock music of the decade.