Violence never solves anything!
How much wood would a woodcarver carve if a woodcarver could carve wood?
It’s educational! It’s informative! It’s bull pucky!
Mistaken identity. What a drag.
“‘Sup Brah, you can call me ‘Tuul’…”
The best of the worst of movie and TV cliches. If you’ve seen ’em once, you know ’em all!
Sometimes pure evil arrives in fuzzy blue sweetness.
What if the economy was actually better and our sense of entitlement was worse?
Just when you thought it was safe to go anywhere, there’s Adele saying “Hello.”
Radiohead released their rejected James Bond theme song over the holidays. How did it stack up against the accepted songs of the series?
“Okay, hot shots. Prove it.”
Thankfully, no inescapable earworms so far…but is this a good thing?
It’s the 20th anniversary of Kansas’ “Freaks of Nature” and Dw Dunphy knows nothing about it.
While having problems getting out of its own way at times, Interstellar is still a satisfying, eye-popping tearjerker.
Popdose Staffers Robert Ross, Ken Shane, and Dw Dunphy; and syndicated D.J. Dave “the Rave” Kapulsky take a look at the genius behind The Left Banke, who passed away mid-March 2015.
Trapped in a world made for mass-consumption.
The Popdose staff discusses Pink Floyd’s swan song.
When making up a list of the most important British Invasion bands, why aren’t The Kinks higher to the top?
It is nearly impossible to imagine a world without Kiss at this point. Whether you are a full-on soldier in the Kiss Army or you can’t stand them at all, you are always made aware that they exist even now. Gene Simmons’ combination of business savvy and brazen brand-whoring assures that. In October of 1974, however, things were much more tentative. A small group of fans had gravitated to that weird first album of theirs, more than a passing nod to one of Simmons’ idols The Beatles. The demonic kabuki makeup and glitter-bomb logo told a different story. Even in the rough ‘n ready world of hard rock in the early 1970s, the eponymous debut rougher, which is a polite way of saying it was recorded on the relative cheap and sounded that way. Even with the benefit of a little more money and a better recording studio, 1974’s Hotter Than Hell still wasn’t going to become an audiophile’s demo disc for their “killer stereo setup.” The material that would comprise Hotter Than Hell would …
For all the cries of Joe Jackson’s “forsaking” pop, 1994’s “Night Music” says otherwise.
A critical look at a critical look at the history of the music video.
This article can be summed up in one quote: “I will pay someone to shoot you, Walsh.”
Once they made movies from comics. Now comics seem like little more than another merchandising platform. Here are some thoughts on how to change that perception.
Rob Smith declares his love of Air Supply in his new “Vinyl Diaries” column.
A picture’s worth a thousand words — they don’t necessarily say anything though.
Lisa is a woman trying to blend in. She’s trying to stay on the right side of the law. She wants to be good. She really wants the superhero that keeps hounding her to leave her alone.
If your kid is starving for your love while you’d rather be crushing it on Candy Crush, you may be an iHole.
Can an album be reflective, thought-provoking, and kick your butt at the same time?