Tag: Minneapolis

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: STNNNG, “Veterans of Pleasure”

STNNNG simply has outdone itself with Veterans of Pleasure, its fifth full-length record, out tomorrow on vinyl and digital platforms via...

DVD Reviews, Music

DVD Review: “The Color of Noise”

A lengthy and, at times, wildly entertaining look at the (long time) Minneapolis-based label/arbiters of “noise core” or...

Music, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Chris Besinger of STNNNG

Let’s try, okay, to be objective for a moment. STNNNG, a Minneapolis art-punk quintet with its heart on its sleeve and a roar in its...

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...

Album Reviews, Music, Popdose

Album Review: Dark Pony, “Suburban Serenade Vol. 1”

This 12-track collection of lush rock melodies and introspective wordsmithery is the brainchild of Minneapolis’ Jon Herchert. Clean,...

Popblerd!

Discography Fever: The Replacements

Many of us here at Popblerd are big fans of Prince. Undeniably, the Purple One reigns as the most recognizable Minneapolis musician of...

Jheri Curl Fridays, Music

Jheri Curl Fridays 24: “Just Be Good To Me”

Even though the production team of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis is best known for their groundbreaking work with Janet Jackson (you know, back...

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Film, Film Reviews

Film Review: Color Me Obsessed

A new documentary chronicles the career of the legendary 80s punk-pop band, The Replacements....