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Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Marillion, “F.E.A.R.”

With eighteen studio albums to their credit, Marillion arrives again with an uncomfortable, uncompromising, but altogether magnificent...

Music

Injustice League: Mike Watt’s Supergroup With Eddie Vedder and Dave Grohl Roars Back

In this new series, Injustice League, Popdose looks at some long-standing wrongs in the world of rock and roll that will thankfully not...

Music, Popdose Interviews, Video Premieres

Popdose Video Premiere: Angela Perley & the Howlin’ Moons, “White Doves”

When we last checked in with Angela Perley & The Howlin’ Moons, the Columbus, Ohio rockers were just about to drop their new...

Listmania, Music, Popdose Lists

Listmania: 10 Sexy Songs to Wash That Trump Right Out of Your Ears

I was working on this post, a celebration of the best new songs in the Fall of 2016, long before the latest Trump tape surfaced; but...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Music

Dw. Dunphy On… The Accused: Daniel Powter, “Bad Day”

Lord, bring us a song to save us from the bad day caused by Daniel Powter's "Bad Day."...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Reviews: Six and One, Still Half a Dozen

Classic rock -- and those who love them -- get covered with reviews of Aisles, Bubble Gum Orchestra, The Beach Boys, Journey, Toto, Mecca,...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive: Hailey Knox Stuns With Her New EP and Homage to a Legend

When she was 17, it was a very good year. That is, if you’re Hailey Knox in 2016. The singer/songwriter from Carmel, NY has already...

Music, Popdose Interviews, Video Premieres

Popdose Video Premiere: Ivan Rubenstein-Gillis, “Stung”

In a perfect world, Duckie would have won Andie’s heart in Pretty in Pink; Xander would have wound up with Buffy, or at least...

Music, Popdose Lists

Popdose’s Ridiculously Late Summer-of-2016 Music Roundup

Before we review a bunch of stellar new records, let’s have a quick recap of the year: fireworks, hangover, Bowie dies. Frey dies....

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Peter Garrett, “A Version Of Now”

The imposing Midnight Oil frontman returns to music with his solo debut....

Music, Popdose Interviews, Video Premieres

Popdose Video Premiere: Halo Circus, “Nothing at All”

A few weeks ago, Allison Iraheta and fellow Idol alum Haley Reinhart totally smoked out the Popdose servers when we spotlighted their...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Eliot Sumner, “Information”

Earlier this year, Eliot Sumner quietly released Information, one of the loudest, most ambitious, most exhilarating and inventive rock/pop...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Reviews: Haley Reinhart, “Better”; Halo Circus, “Bunny”

Dear American Idol, Since you’ve been gone, I’ve been thinking about your legacy. Your original premise was to take an unknown...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Reviews: ABC, Daniel Ash and Others Reinvent the ’80s in 2016

One of my favorite musical trends of the 2010’s is the glorious “return to form” comebacks from a dizzying array of...

Album Reviews, CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: The Monkees, “Good Times!”

So this obscure thing came out last week we're sure you know nothing about....

Music

Who Will Protect Ariana From A Bad Review?

We demand this criticism of criticism be taken down immediately!...

Music, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Cherry Red Records

  Long before Prince’s death, fans were wildly discussing if and when the vast contents of his audio library – the legendary vault...

Music

Best of 2016 (So Far): Finding Salvation in the Year’s Best New Music

For my final Popdose post until Fall, I am going out with a bang — or better yet, a shake, rattle and roll. Cancer sucks. I am...

Music, Popdose Interviews

What the World Needs Now: The Incredible Music and Story of Cait Brennan

Cait Brennan has an amazing story. One of conquering incredible odds of gender identity, disease, abuse and homelessness, getting her shit...

Music, New Artists, Popdose Interviews

One of Us: Michael Ian Cummings Discusses SKATERS and the Band’s Debut Album “Manhattan”

Music is often a product not just of its creators, but also geographic locale. Consider the role that place plays in popular music...

Music, Popdose Interviews

“Broken Anchor Blues”: Austin Hartley-Leonard Discusses Broken Anchor and Their New Album, “Fresh Lemonade”

Struggles with substance abuse are so common in the rock world as to be cliche. Repeats of VH1’s Behind the Music or a skim through...

Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Howard Kaylan

On a cool night back in May, I ran into Howard Kaylan at the opening of Graham Nash’s photography exhibition at the Morrison Hotel...

Music, Popdose Interviews

Popdose Q&A: Marshall Crenshaw

 Marshall Crenshaw. At this point, one word sums him up: legend. From his entry into the fray with his now-classic “Someday...

Music, Popdose Interviews

Adam Duritz Talks About His ‘Alien’ Experiences With Counting Crows, Summer Touring & Plans For New Music

The Counting Crows frontman prepares to hit the road, and returns from the creative wilderness with a new batch of songs...

Music, Popdose Interviews, Television

The Popdose Interview: Daniel Zott of Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.

On his appearance in the new season of "Arrested Development," the band's upcoming album, and more...

Popdose Interviews, Television

The Popdose Interview(s): Rick Gonzalez, Ray Wise, Tara Butters, and Michele Fazekas of “Reaper”

From September 2007 to May 2009, The CW served as the home for 31 episodes of one of the most un-CW-like series ever to grace the...

Music, Popdose Interviews

“Everything Finds Its Place”: Tommy and the High Pilots Discuss Their New Album “Only Human”

An interview with Tommy Cantillon about Tommy and the High Pilots' 2013 release, "Only Human"...

Film, Revival House

Revival House: Return of the Jedi

As Return of the Jedi turns 30, Revival House takes a look back at the conclusion to the original Star Wars trilogy....

Music, Popdose Interviews

“I’m Always Learning”: A Conversation with David Sanborn

The Grammy-winning musician discusses his reunion with keyboardist Bob James and their new album, Quartette Humaine....