Tag: EP

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: High Plains, “Pilot Hill”

High Plains today quietly released a follow-up to Cinderland, its brilliant debut and, hands down, one of last year’s best records. But,...

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: DF, “abcdf”

I feel largely under-qualified to review abcdf, the new EP and accompanying visual experience from Montreal duo DF. While tenor saxophonist...

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: The Gotobeds, “Definitely Not a Redd Kross EP”

Pittsburgh’s The Gotobeds are offering their two cents on a vintage blast of punk energy – and it is mighty good. Dubbed Definitely Not...

Music

From Woodstock to Springsteen: Spain’s Stormy Mondays and the American Dream

Despite hailing from Spain, Stormy Mondays have completed some ultra-American milestones: sharing a mic with Bruce Springsteen (in New...

Music

5 Songs That Shaped Alt Rockers Bad Reed’s Signature Sound

Music is a melting pot, and any one band can draw influences from all over the place. Canadian rockers Bad Reed crack a couple of...

EP Reviews, Music

EP REVIEW: Matthew Morgan, ‘Empathy for Inanimate Objects’

There’s something significant about a poignant, significant troubadour who leaves his heart on the table and bares his soul without...

Album Reviews, Music

EP REVIEW: Winchester Revival, ‘Burden’s Landing’

While some bands’ inability to pin down their influences and genre may be a bit of an issue that keeps fans and execs at arm’s...

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...

Music

Top of the Charts: February 6, 2012

The top of the charts this week. Next week, most will be on milk cartons....

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Bon Iver, “Blood Bank [EP]”

Last year Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon blended his personal story, haunting melodies, and evocative lyrics on an album called For Emma,...