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Music

Popdose Choice Video: Eva B. Ross, “Messy”

Singer-songwriter Eva B. Ross crafts perfect pop on “Messy,” the first single from her upcoming E.P.; Popdose is pleased to share this...

Music, New Artists, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Dauzat St. Marie, “Time to Go Home”

Once again, it’s been a musically wealthy summer and Popdose is once again pleased to bring you an exclusive:  this new song from...

Music, Reissue Reviews

Reissue Review: The Quick, “Mondo Deco”

Welcome to the San Fernando Valley, circa 1976. Los Angeles’ own The Quick released one full-length album in their three year existence...

Music, Music Videos

Popdose Choice Video: Paige Calico, “Arm Candy”

Popdose is happy to introduce you to someone new – Paige Calico – and to share her latest video, “Arm Candy”...

Music, Reissue Reviews

Reissue Review: Chris Hillman, “The Asylum Years”

Chris Hillman co-founded some of the most classic, seminal, groundbreaking acts of the ’60s and ’70s – namely The Byrds, The...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Luther Russell, “Selective Memories: An Anthology”

Before we get to the heart of the matter, here’s a quick history/primer on Mr. Luther Russell, the marvelous Los Angeles...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Carey Frank, “Something to Remember Him By”

Ye gods, this is GOOD.  Like “mega-good”.  The moment the album started playing, I thought I was wrong and that this...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Alex Rose, “Arcadian Pages”

According to the press release, “there are many moments, memories, people, and places stretched across Alex Rose’s Arcadian Pages....

Music, Popdose Exclusives, Video Premieres

Popdose Exclusive Video Premiere: Kill My Coquette, “Rock & Roll Ain’t Dead”

Popdose is pleased to present a brand new video from Los Angeles’ Kill My Coquette, who we introduced you to a few years ago. ...

Music, Popdose Exclusives, Video Premieres

Popdose Exclusive Video Premiere: Bodies of Water, “Dark Water”

Bodies of Water emerged from L.A.’s Highland Park neighborhood in the mid-00’s with Ears Will Pop & Eyes Will Blink, a...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Action Skulls, “Angels Hear”

Goddamn, this is just so good.  Period.  Never mind who the members of this band are – well, okay, you should know; you need to...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Red Button, “Now It’s All This!”

You can have two dozen bands attempt to “sound like The Beatles” which is all well and good, but when you have a group like The...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Matt Westerman, “One Fine Day”

Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Matt Westerman writes upbeat acoustic pop songs with a positive, compassionate message meant to uplift...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Bodies of Water, “Spear in the City”

Bodies Of Water don’t have much of a story to reveal, it seems – the basics is that they hail from Los Angeles; this is their...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Single Premiere: Arrica Rose & the …’s, “Whole Lotta Lows”

Popdose is pleased to premiere “Whole Lotta Lows,” the first track from Arrica Rose & the …’s latest...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Dustbowl Revival, “The Dustbowl Revival”

      This 6th release from Los Angeles’ The Dustbowl Revival finds this band evolving in new directions; shaping and...

Music, Popdose Exclusives, Video Premieres

Popdose Exclusive Video Premiere: Willodean, “Devil & Me”

A few months ago, Popdose introduced you to Willodean, the L.A.-based trio who were about to release the first of no less than four...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Cindy Lee Berryhill, “The Adventurist”

I’ve always liked Cindy Lee Berryhill’s voice and writing style; there’s always been something very soothing and...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Song Premiere: Willodean, “Devil & Me”

Willodean’s Awesome Life Decisions: Side One is sure to be 2017’s breakup album for the modern introvert. The six-song EP...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Jigsaw Seen, “For the Discriminating Completist”

For those not familiar with The Jigsaw Seen, this venerable Los Angeles-based band has been around for nearly three decades, driving a...

Music, New Artists, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive Single Premiere: Indiana Grace, “Avalanche”

From a young age, Indiana Grace had dreams as big as the Swiss Alps, where she grew up with her Swiss father and American mother. Fueled by...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Angela McCluskey, “The Roxy Sessions”

If you’ve heard the name of Angela McCluskey but can’t place it is because she’s been around for a while now –...

Album Reviews, CD Reviews, Music, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: FREDDY & FRANCINE, “Gung Ho”

Sometimes a romantic relationship can lead to great art…  and sometimes the end of that relationship can lead to even greater art. ...

Album Reviews, Music, New Artists

Album Review: Motobunny, “Motobunny”

A new band hailing from Phoenix and Los Angeles, but carrying the sound and the swagger that made the Motor City famous – that well...

EP Reviews, Music, New Artists

EP Review: Lunar Electric, “Lunar Electric”

Four songs, sonic blasts that knock you flat and feel like you’ve been turned inside out.  Lunar Electric is a new project from...

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: Wake Up Lucid, “Gone With the Night”

Los Angeles-based trio Wake Up Lucid unleashes their fourth offering, a 6-song E.P., Gone With The Night and it’s a slab of good old...

EP Reviews, Music, New Artists

EP Review: Kill My Coquette, “Kill My Coquette”

An E.P. is always a good way to dip your musical toe in the market; it’s also a great way to begin laying the foundation of a...

Album Reviews, CD Reviews, Music, Popdose

CD REVIEW: Arrica Rose & The …, “Wavefunction”

The word “concept” album took on a negative connotation by the end of the ’70’s.  However, this isn’t the...

Album Reviews, Music, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: Right The Stars, “The Only Thing”

There seems to be a stream – not so much a trend – of bands/performers who have been releasing albums as of late with a...

Album Reviews, Music, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: Mia Dyson, “Idyllwild”

  Australian-born, Los Angeles-residing Mia Dyson is a new name for me; a singer-songwriter who upon, first listen, sings like Bonnie...