Tag: feature

Music, Popdose Exclusives, Popdose Interviews

Popdose Exclusive: Holden Laurence’s Electric Solo Debut, “Cover Me in Roses”

With the May 5th release of his jaw-droppingly stellar album, Wild Empty Promises, Holden Laurence joins an elite group of artists on my CD...

Music, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Cait Brennan

On Friday, April 21, 2017, power pop rock goddess Cait Brennan releases Third, her second album and first on Omnivore Recordings....

Current Events, Gender Nation X

Gender Nation X: Trans Visibility Day — Kayla Autumn Ward and the Video That Saved My Life

The saying, “if we reached just one person, then it was all worthwhile” usually applies to indie films nobody has seen or...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Film

Dw. Dunphy On… And Videotape, Part One: VHS Subculture

The first in a two-part series exploring home video and the formats which refuse to die....

Books, Comics and Graphic Novels, News

In Memoriam: Bernie Wrightson (1948-2017)

Revered horror comics artist passes due to complications of cancer....

Music, Popdose Profiles

Popdose Profile: Chuck Mosley — It’s a Dirty Job, But Someone’s Gotta Do It

Regarding Chuck Mosley, the voice of Faith No More's "We Care A Lot" and "Introduce Yourself." ...

Podcast, Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode Two

Grayson & Ross discuss the return of The Feelies, the debut of the Sun Records TV show, The Monkees Pisces Aquarius Capricorn & Jones Ltd....

Music, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Tobin Sprout

Indie rock renaissance man Tobin Sprout returns with a new album. Popdose had a chat with the prolific creator....

CD Reviews, DVD Reviews, Music

CD/DVD Reviews: Def Leppard, Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons, Peter Murphy

Good concert films can either define an era (Woodstock, The Last Waltz) or an artist (Frampton Comes Alive, Cheap Trick at Budokan, Stop...

Music, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Thomas Walsh from Pugwash

Classic pop raconteur and all around nice guy is joined by Jason Falkner for the latest edition....

Music

The Popdose Comeback Club: 2017 Inductees

While playing the nostalgia concert circuit — state fairs, package tours and casinos — seems like a depressing way for members...

Music, New Artists

New Artists: February’s Five Most Freaking Fantastic F-Yeah Bands

To balance the terror of living in the tiny clutches of a flaming Orange Cheat-o, 2017 is already Making Music Great Again...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Song Premiere: Modern English, “I Feel Small”

The 2010’s have seen a festival’s worth of typically-pegged Eighties acts come back swinging with some of the best albums...

Podcast, Popdose Poplab

Popdose Poplab, Episode One: Pop Chorus 101

Popdose's new video series dissects the strange animals of pop culture so you don't feel guilty....

Music, New Artists

New Artists: Pacific Radio and the Gray Vines

The year is young, and even though Emperor Cheat-o just took office, the Women’s March around the world gave us plenty of hope...

Current Events, Gender Nation X, Television

Gender Nation X: Amazon Sidesteps History by Canceling “Good Girls Revolt”

On Saturday, people around the world united, in record numbers, to peacefully and powerfully advocate for women’s rights....

Music

The Cheer-Up Is On: Songs to Break the Gloom

Your friends are liars., your family in pieces, and your country is confused. What do you do next?...

Music, Popdose Lists

The Popdose 100: The Greatest Protest Songs of All Time

Can a song change the world? Popular music has always been looked on as something of a disposable pleasure: reflective of its times, sure,...

Current Events, Gender Nation X

Gender Nation X: A Popdose Writer’s Journey Through the Gender Spectrum

Chiffon. Taffeta. Tulle. Satin. Silk. Velvet. Lace. These are the seven deadly fashion sins of cis gendered men. One exception, Hugh Hefner...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Year-End Best-Of Lists

Dw. Dunphy’s Year-End Clearance Sale!

It's the best (and some not-so-best) of 2016, a year when we really needed it....

Music, Popdose Lists, Year-End Best-Of Lists

Best of 2016: An Aging Hipster’s Top Albums, EPs and Reissues

Year end album round-ups are no longer a consensus of the nation’s listening experience. We live in a hyper fragmented world —...

Music, Popdose Exclusives, Popdose Interviews

Popdose Exclusive: With Electro “Jingle Bells,” Nat Jay and Cookie Cartel Master Their Public Domain

It’s been two years since Vancouver singer/songwriter Nat Jay landed high on the Popdose year-end album charts with her sterling...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Rolling Stones, “Blue & Lonesome”

They woke up this morning and their baby gone away....

Album Reviews, Music

Album Reviews: The Dear Hunter, “Act IV” and “Act V”

In the act of rewriting what a concept album saga can be, The Dear Hunter also explores the history of popular music....

Music

Sharon Jones Dead At 60

We remember the Most Honored Daughter Of Soul. Daptone forever....

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Jane Siberry, “Angels Bend Closer”

Angels Bend Closer, billed as Jane Siberry’s first official album in five years, is actually her first one in close to 20 that...

Music, News

In Memoriam: Leonard Cohen (1934-2016)

Leonard Cohen, dead at 82. Bursting on the scene in 1967, Cohen embodied the songwriter as writer, highly articulate, literate to a fault,...

Music

Injustice League: Iggy Pop’s Incredible 2016 Continues With an All-Media Hat Trick

Who’d a thought that 48 years after the release of ‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’,  2016 would become Iggy Pop’s...

Book Reviews, Books

Book Review: Tim Lapetino, “Art of Atari”

Forget the dragon duck. Art Of Atari details the world you imagined, if not the world you saw....

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Green Day, “Revolution Radio”

Revolution Radio is ready to take the world apart with its bare hands...eventually....