Tag: Husker Du

Dizzy Heights, Music

Dizzy Heights #47: Don’t. Just … Don’t (“Don’t” Songs, Vol. I)

Tell me you love me. Change. Go. Disturb this groove. Or, you know, do the opposite of all those things. Your call. It's cool. ...

Music

Boxset Review: Hüsker Dü, “Savage Young Dü”

Here are the facts about Numero Group’s 3 C.D./4 L.P. set (with hardcover book), Savage Young Dü: Most of the tapes came from the...

Music, News

In Memoriam: Grant Hart (1961-2017)

Grant Hart, the legendary singer/songwriter/drummer for Husker Du has died at the age of 56, according to reports, after a long battle with...

The Suburbs

A Fan's Notes, Music, Popdose Exclusives, Video Premieres

A Fan’s Notes: The Suburbs, “Je Suis Strange” (Exclusive Video Premiere)

Popdose hosts the exclusive video premiere of "Je Suis Strange" by the legendary Suburbs....

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Peter Searcy, “Leave It All Out There”

Sometimes, you want to listen to a straight-forward rock record about broken relationships. And, with Leave It All Out There,...

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, What's THAT Supposed to Mean?

What’s THAT Supposed to Mean?: The Sounds, Bill Bruford and Creativity’s Curse

“Standing in the shadows I hear people say, I got confessions to make, listen up! No one sleeps when I’m awake.” What’s THAT...

Music, Video Premieres

Popdose Video Premiere: Bob Mould, “Hold On”

There are very few “current” artists around who can actively make me want to watch their latest videos.  Bob Mould is,...

Album Reviews, CD Reviews, Music, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: BOB MOULD, “Patch The Sky”

There’s always a certain amount of expectations when a new release comes out from a long-established artist that you’ve admired...

Music, Video Premieres

Popdose Video Premiere: Bob Mould, “Voices in My Head”

My immediate thought was “this sounds like something off File Under:  Easy Listening” (the second Sugar album) – and...

Music, New Artists

New Artists: Pasadena ’68 Comes Out Swinging

This past week I was messaging back and forth with one of our avid readers, Benjamin, about the dearth of good power pop bands in my...

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Suburban Metal Dad, Webcomics

Suburban Metal Dad #366. “College-Rock Concert, Part 4″

Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday.  Click the pic to...

Suburban Metal Dad, Webcomics

Suburban Metal Dad #365. “College-Rock Concert, Part 3″

Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday.  Click the pic to...

Suburban Metal Dad, Webcomics

Suburban Metal Dad #364. “College-Rock Concert, Part 2″

Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday.  Click the pic to...

Suburban Metal Dad, Webcomics

Suburban Metal Dad #363. “College-Rock Concert, Part 1″

Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday.  Click the pic to...

Album Reviews, CD Reviews, Music, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: Bob Mould, “Beauty & Ruin”

I have to admit, I wasn’t keen on Mould’s last album, 2012’s Silver Age; at the time, I felt it was far too much of him...

DVD Reviews, Music

DVD Review: “Every Everything: The Music, Life & Times of Grant Hart”

Gorman Bechard’s What Were We Thinking Films delivers one of the most riveting, interesting, informative and entertaining films...

CD Reviews, Music, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: Bob Mould, “Workbook 25”

Certain albums, for me, are forever attached to a memory – sometimes good, sometimes bad.  When I first bought/heard Workbook in the...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Music

Dw. Dunphy On… Punk: A Braindump

You know the rest of the Twenty-Teens will be a hard slog when even the quality of our rebellion is mediocre. Look at the so-called...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Grant Hart, “The Argument”

I can’t  lie.  I love this album.  Never mind that it’s Grant Hart, who never fails to deliver interesting and...

Music, The Friday Five

The Friday Five: February 8, 2013

It's Friday, time to shuffle into this week's Friday Five!...

Popblerd!

Note for Note: A Guide to the Discography of Bob Mould (Part Two: Going Solo, Sugar and the 1990s)

In part 2 of our look at the career of Bob Mould, we examine his output in the '90s, from his early solo work to the short-lived greatness...

Popblerd!

A Guide to the Discography of Bob Mould (Part One: The Husker Du Years)

In this edition of Note for Note, we take a look at the music Bob Mould made throughout his storied career, starting with the Husker Du...

Popblerd!

Spin Cycle: Bob Mould, Silver Age

Bob Mould is back and re-energized with Silver Age, a plugged in new album of 10 originals in the vein of Sugar. ...

Popblerd!

The Singles Bar: Bob Mould “The Descent”

Between writing books and just being awesome, Bob Mould found some time to sit down and write some new songs with the result being the...

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Book Reviews, Books, Kirkus Reviews, Popdose

Popdose at Kirkus Reviews: Bob Mould’s “See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody”

Kirkus Reviews, founded in 1933, is a venerable institution in the media world, serving as the industry bible for bookstore buyers,...

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Music, Podcast

The Popdose Podcast: Episode 15

In a world filled with awkward family holiday reunions, three men gather to remind you that it could be worse: you could be a Brady or...

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Music, Popdose Flashback '90

Popdose Flashback ’90: Sonic Youth, “Goo”

Though Sonic Youth are the quintessential indie rock group, they actually spent 18 years on a major label. Michael Fortes looks back at the...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: The Whigs, “In the Dark”

The power trio has had a long and glorious history in the annals of rock and roll. The simple, but often explosive blend of electric...

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Dw. Dunphy On..., Music

Dw. Dunphy On… Bob Mould

There’s an episode of The Simpsons that, bizarrely, brings Bob Mould to mind. It’s the one where Homer, in an attempt to get...