We dip into the interview archives this week for a previously unheard chat from June of last year with ’90s alternative veteran Matthew Sweet
For a very limited time, Popdose readers can get an exclusive download of the new Brandon Schott track “Seeing You In Stereo”.
Writer/Director Amy Russo discusses the painful genesis of her upcoming short film, and why she is compelled to make it.
New project to bring full band sound to duo’s folk rock ethos.
Guess those photos in front of the mixer meant something?
Matthew Sweet stops by Popdose for yet another interview! This time, he’s talking tour dates, new music + J.J. Abrams!
The second chapter of the Arena Mode saga goes up for Kickstarter funding in mid-October.
Help alternative rock band The Choir complete their fifteenth album, Calling All Monkeys
Watch a short film drawn entirely with Sharpie markers and animated on a Mac mini.
Get Ready To Get Lite!
Still one of our favorite non-wastes of time.
Get in on the funding of Phil Madeira’s “P.M.”
DA set to return for a new album, to be released this December.
He’s never been a household name, but since releasing his debut album in 1999, David Mead has become a trusted source of beautiful melodies and unforgettable hooks for a persistent group of discriminating pop fans (including more than one member of the Popdose staff). Naturally, when we heard that David was funding the recording of his next release through Kickstarter, we wanted to get involved — and after we reached for our wallets, we reached out for an interview. Whether you’re already a fan or you love David Mead’s music and just don’t know it yet, this is a project that deserves your support. Here’s why. I’ve been a big fan of yours since your first single, “Robert Bradley’s Postcard,” was going for radio adds. If there’s been a more perfect debut single in the last 15 or 20 years, I don’t know what it is. Maybe one that got played on the radio. (laughs) I’m still stunned that it wasn’t a huge hit, but that kind of set the tone for your tenure at …