Tag: Electronic

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Hite, “Light of a Strange Day”

Getting out of my “comfort zone”, this debut album from the artist Hite, is something different for me and is as interesting as...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

POPDOSE PREMIERE: Ramsey, “Love Surrounds You”

Proving the power of social media in 2017, Los Angeles-based electronic pop artist Ramsey has garnered over 80,000 fans across her...

Music

Music in Motion: How Chris Wirsig Sets the Scene in Films and Video Games

In music’s new frontier, one genre stands as what might become the hottest (and quite possibly only) way to make a living as a...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: Little Shells, ‘5 Deep Under’

Often, the most original and inventive sounds come from mashing up styles and genres. Brooklyn-based musician Conchita Campos prides...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose EP Premiere: The Morning Birds, “Bloom”

Divided into seasons, the Morning Birds’ Bloom EP innately represents the cyclical nature of not only the year, but also life...

Popblerd!

Spin Cycle: Crystal Castles, III

Does "III" meet electronic act Crystal Castles' high standards? ...

Bottom Feeders, Music

Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 24

Miss E, Eazy and E-40 bring you Bottom Feeders, gangsta style. ...

Music, Popdose Flashback '92

Popdose Flashback ’92: The Beat Mix

David Medsker runs 1992 through the beat mix blender. ...

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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, White Label

White Label Wednesday: Medsker’s 2000 Beat Mix

First and foremost, I would like to extend a hearty thank you to frequent Popdose reader and commenter King of Grief, who volunteered to...

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Mix Six, Music

Mix Six: “Duets and Collaborations”

DOWNLOAD THE FULL MIX HERE A few weeks ago, I took my family down to a train wreck of an event called the Great American Food and Music...