Tag Archives: Glee
It seems just about every musical style gets recycled whether it deserves it or not. Here are five genres that definitely do.
Why “Glee” is a good show…despite being a bad show.
Scott Malchus reviews “American Horror Story,” the most bizarre hour of television he’s seen in some time.
AM Gold: 1964 beckons! Enjoy the Supremes and the Zombies! Make it through Gene Pitney!
Scott Malchus examines the 2011 Emmy nominations in the latest edition of The Three Strike Rule
Adored by their fans and scorned by critics, Journey never attempted to be more than they are: a rock band out to entertain you. As they head back out on the road again this summer, Scott Malchus gives us the Popdose Guide to Journey.
He’s gone sailing, ridden like the wind, and been caught between the moon and New York City. Now, Christopher Cross is back with a new album: “Doctor Faith.”
Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” exemplifies the shift among pop’s reigning divas — from P!nk to Katy to Ke$ha — away from self-aggrandizement and toward messages of self-help aimed directly at their audiences. Jon Cummings explores the new pop paradigm.
Popdose takes a quick look at the broadcast of Super Bowl XLV
From gangsters to vampires, and cable dramas to network comedies, a list of the best in television in 2010.
On the sixth day of Mellowmas, the cast of Glee take Jason’s favorite holiday song and wrap it in sheets of Auto-Tune.
Mellowmas has just begun and already Jason has become weak (and nauseous). See why as the dynamic duo listen to some warm lovin’ Wilson Phillips on Day Two!
There’s an awful lot that Popdose’s Dw. Dunphy doesn’t get. Here’s something else.
As a disastrous new show stumbles toward Broadway and “Glee” rebounds from its worst episode, can issues of religious belief inspire decent musical theatre? Jon Cummings has his doubts.
The kids from Glee take their show off the air and onto the road. It’s not for the uninitiated — but for Gleeks it’s a pleasure they needn’t feel guilty about. Yet.