Tag: Los Angeles

Music

Influences: Family Pet

Pissed Jeans, Billy Joel, AND The Animaniacs?...

Music, Popdose Profiles

Popdose Profile: Buzz Osborne — A Walk With Melvin

Buzz Osborne doesn’t give a s*** what you think about the new Melvins record....

Music

Dance Queen Malea Showcases Softer Side on ‘You’ll Never Fix My Heart’

You might remember Malea from “Give,” the track that landed her in the Top 20 Dance Club Songs on Billboard in 2014. The Los...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

POPDOSE PREMIERE: Eddy Yang, “Split the Night”

Recalling the best of ’90s rock and grunge, Los Angeles-based artist Eddy Yang’s new single, “Split the Night”...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

POPDOSE PREMIERE: Ramsey, “Love Surrounds You”

Proving the power of social media in 2017, Los Angeles-based electronic pop artist Ramsey has garnered over 80,000 fans across her...

Lost Together with Matt Wardlaw, Podcast

Lost Together with Matt Wardlaw, Episode 17: Bill See (33 Days, Divine Weeks)

Singer-songwriter and author Bill See joins us to talk about his book 33 Days and the brand new Divine Weeks reunion album....

Music

Real-Life Puppet Pat Campo’s Pop Passion – And Where It Came From

Lots of musicians claim the title of “artist,” but few really walk the walk. Pat Campo, pop/rock artist from Los Angeles, lives...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Premiere: Hot Off 2014’s “Sunken City,” Mleo Return With New Single

If you’re a music fan of a certain age (ahem, I’m talking about my age), you cherish the alt-rock of your youth. Sometimes...

EP Reviews, Music

EP REVIEW: Van Norden, ‘At First Sight’

Lots of artists seek collaboration as a way to expand their musical horizons and challenge themselves to think outside their genre-specific...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

POPDOSE PREMIERE: Lyndzie Taylor, “What Do I Know”

Every once in awhile, a strong female vocalist comes along who, besides having the chops to carry some truly radio-ready anthems, adds her...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Premiere: Electric Parlor, “Last Battle”

Los Angeles-based rockers Electric Parlor promise a deviation from the norm and a trip back in time. “We feel like one of Electric...

EP Reviews, Music

EP REVIEW: Tetra, ‘Meter’

In today’s technologically inclined society, it’s no shocker that electronica is probably the hottest rising genre infiltrating...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Furious Seasons, “My Love Is Strong”

From the beginning of time, we have told stories through music. Whether it’s an epic battle of good vs. evil or a tale of woe and...

Music, News

Groundbreaking New York City Music Series Expands to Los Angeles

Three years ago, New York City-based musician and promoter Aleksi Glick got the idea to merge upcoming bands with a unique, untapped venue...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: TJ Doyle, ‘On the Horizon’

A staple on the LA music scene, darkening the doorway of legendary venues like the Whisky and the Roxy, singer, songwriter, and guitarist...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: Vince Grant, ‘My Depression is Always Trying to Kill Me’

Vince Grant’s story is familiar to many musicians: he left his hometown of Chicago to pursue his musical dreams in the City of...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: [debut], ‘Postcards From Berlin’

Some of the greatest rock record of all time spring from bands traveling – literally – outside of their comfort zones. Paul...

Music

MUSIC REVIEW: Blunda, “Surrender”

You’ve probably never heard of Andy Blunda, but I guarantee you’d recognize his work. Lately, he’s been a mainstay in the...

Album Reviews, Music

ALBUM REVIEW: The Great Escape, ‘Self-Titled’

The ultimate irony: a SoCal power-pop band that self-admittedly strives to include every Californian stereotype into its vibe and music....

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: Ships Have Sailed, “Someday”

Ah, the classic story of a musician deviating from his bread and butter to follow his own tuneful vision. While conceiving this dreamy...

Film, News

Speechless And Heartbroken: Rest In Peace, Michael Clarke Duncan

We welcome your comments on this tragic turn of events....

Music, News

2012 Outlook: Van Halen’s PR Company Is Sybil

So VH is hitting the road! Maybe! Unless they deny it! Again! ...

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Music, Popdose Secret Single

Secret Single: Saga, “Wind Him Up”

Popdose welcomes Michael Sadler back to the band Saga....

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Music, The Producers

The Producers: Macca, Supersuckers, 0 for 4, and Life on Wilshire

In this week's column, Tom Werman recounts the strange new world of the mid-'90s, and his struggles to prove his worth after hair metal...

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Music, The Producers

The Producers: Lita’s “Dangerous Curves” and the Writing on the Wall

Tom Werman's career retrospective reaches the early '90s this week -- a time when trends shifted, metal sales slowed, and change was in the...

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Music, One Day in Your Life

One Day in Your Life: July 15, 1979

July 15, 1979, was a Sunday. In the Soviet Union, it’s Metallurgist’s Day. With gasoline prices skyrocketing again and his...

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Film, The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: The Acting Bug

Actors can be an easy bunch to spot around Los Angeles. Often, they can be seen exiting a Kinko’s with a box of 500 headshots. The...

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Music, Parlour to Parlour

Introducing… Parlour to Parlour

This week, Michael Fortes introduces a new multimedia series on Popdose, featuring video interviews and performances by indie musicians in...

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Music, The Producers

The Producers: Ted Nugent Babysits, a Meaty “Free-for-All,” and Tom Werman’s “Greatest Misses”

The last installment prompted a number of responses having to do with a couple of bands that I and some of the readers feel should have...

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Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “Falling Down”

Falling Down (Blu-ray book) (Warner Bros., 1993/2009) purchase this item from Amazon He’s made some good movies (The Lost Boys), some...