Tag: David Medsker

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No Concessions: “Be Kind Rewind”

There was one movie that my movie critic peers and I were looking forward to seeing in these dog days of winter, and it was Be Kind Rewind,...

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Music, Popdose, White Label

White Label Friday: Candy Flip, “Strawberry Fields Forever”

There is just no other way to say it: 1990 was an awful, awful year for music. The first #1 single of the year belonged to a certain...

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No Concessions: “Vantage Point”

You have to give the makers of Vantage Point credit for one thing: what the movie lacks in plausibility, it makes up for with raw...

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Music, White Label

White Label Friday: Book of Love, “Modigliani (Lost in Your Eyes)”

Two weeks ago, Dead Milkmen tried to insult us by saying, “You’ll dance to anything by Book of Love.” Today, we...

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Music, White Label

White Label Friday: De La Soul, “Say No Go (Say No Dope Mix)”

For a genre that makes its living by cutting up other people’s records, hip-hop artists are notoriously touchy about other people...

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Monthly Features, Music

Songs for the Dumped: Volume Seven

David Medsker takes us on a mad, dark journey into a land most of us are probably familiar with — the Land of the Co-Dependent...

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Music, White Label

White Label Friday: Dead Milkmen, “Instant Club Hit (You’ll Dance to Anything) (Hung Like a Horse Mix)”

In the mid ‘80s, Dead Milkmen were a college radio programmer’s wet dream. They were smart, snotty, and loud at a time when...

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Music, White Label

White Label Friday: Nitzer Ebb, “Join in the Chant”

It has been said that Kurt Cobain later complained about the slick sheen that mixer Andy Wallace gave to Nevermind. While it is unknown...

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Music, White Label

White Label Friday: Yes, “Rhythm of Love (Dance to the Rhythm Mix)”

The late ‘80s caused rock bands to do many a strange thing in order to maintain their broad appeal. There were three surefire ways to...

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Music, Name That Tune

Name That Tune, Game Three

Greetings, gamers. Scraps is taking a much-needed break from his editing duties — we’d like to thank the good people at...

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Music, White Label

White Label Friday: Severed Heads, “Big Car”

Popdose raids the Nettwerk vaults once again and unearths a dandy little electro-pop track from a band better known for making more, um,...

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Music, Popdose, White Label

White Label Saturday: Moev, “Crucify Me”

Greetings, Popdosers. Lord Jefito has bestowed me with the honor of running the weekly shake-ya-ass column, and I, for lack of a better...