Popdose Roundtable: Set Sail on the Seas of Bad Music!

Ahoy mateys! Got an extra $650 to $1,800 burning a hole in your pocket? Do you long to be stuck on a boat with a bunch of musicians at least a decade removed from any cultural relevance? Then you’re in luck! ...

CD Review: Nine Times Blue, “Falling Slowly”

The title track of Atlanta-based Nine Times Blue’s debut album (Renegade Recordings) is a keeper—muscular and melodic, it conjures in my mind a humid summer evening in 1993, leaving work after another interminable late night, when the absolutely correct song ...

Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 32

With Bottom Feeders we take a look at the songs on the Billboard Hot 100 that only got a slight bit of recognition. It’s an A-Z look at songs that charted no higher than #41 in the decade. Take a listen, ...

Greatest Un-Hits: The Posies’ “Going, Going Gone” (1994)

Back in the 1990s, there were these things called non-sequel movies, and the people that made these movies promoted them with youth-marketed soundtrack albums, shiny round objects containing primarily filler and unused album cuts from bands and singers enjoyed by the ...

Friday Night Videos!: The Hits of 1993

We didn’t have a winner this week!

Seriously, in staff voting, not only did we have a video catch six votes, we had four of them! Any tie breakers? Not at all. That means that the top song for the year was ...

The Popdose Podcast: Episode 13

Hey there! Did you miss us? We missed you. Or rather, I should say that I missed you. Apparently Jason and Jeff don’t even care enough about you to show up, so they sent fellow Popdosers Michael Parr and ...

Bootleg City: Marshall Crenshaw

When the economy’s bad, crime get worse. That’s why I decided to hire a new lawman to clean up this one-horse-because-of-all-the-horse-thieves town.

I know what you’re thinking: “It’s called Bootleg City. If you outlaw the outlaws and start doing everything by the ...