This time out, the staff sorta slips down the Grohl hole and Don Henley may be a p****.
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Matthew Sweet stops by Popdose for yet another interview! This time, he’s talking tour dates, new music + J.J. Abrams!
It’s the Popdose Music Roundtable for February 2014 — wherein the staff gabs about any music, new or old, that has been moving us over the past month.
Keith Sweat may have the most songs this week but it’s Matthew Sweet that steals the show.
Susanna Hoffs drops by the Popdose lounge to talk about the latest Under The Covers album, her ongoing collaboration with Matthew Sweet.
You know that one song, but there’s a lot more that you should also know about Dada.
Here’s some tunes you might know of…
How a last-ditch career-saver became a power pop classic.
Fandom: what does it mean, who inspires it, and where will you go in its name? We have some thoughts on the subject, and you’ll hear ‘em on Episode 18 of The Popdose Podcast!
This week’s Friday Mixtape features tracks from Catherine Wheel, Trashcan Sinatras, Matthew Sweet and many more!
Popdose’s Rob Smith Can’t Say No to recent kid’s music from Birdie and Milkshake. Watch him connect with his inner five-year-old at Popdose.com.
In his latest Infinite Play column, Dave Lifton takes a look at “September Gurls,” the power pop masterpiece by the late, great Alex Chilton of Big Star.
She made many Popdosers’ hearts flutter during the wild and innocent ’80s, and now she’s here for a chat with — and answering reader questions presented by — the coolest kid in class, Will Harris.
He’s got a new album with Susanna Hoffs on the shelves, but he isn’t too busy to answer your questions. Ladies and gentlemen, the Popdose Interview with Matthew Sweet!
Will Harris is going to be having a chat with Susanna Hoffs and Matthew Sweet soon, and — thoughtful guy that he is — he’d like to know if anyone has any questions they want answered.
Kristy Swanson, Luke Perry, and legions of undead bloodsuckers meeting grisly ends. What more could you ask for in ’92? Well, how about a soundtrack featuring C&C Music Factory, Toad the Wet Sprocket, and Matthew Sweet?