BOOK REVIEW: “Mad World: An Oral History of New Wave Artists & Songs That Defined The 1980’s” by Lori Majewski & Jonathan Bernstein
We’re letting the music do the talking for the most part, this week — because this stretch of Disc Three is all killer, no filler! Or, as panelist Mike Heyliger put it, “If I was making a list of my 100 ...
Welcome to OMG!, our brand-new roundtable series, where a gathering of your favorite Popdose writers (and, um, Jack Feerick) come together to spout ill-considered opinions about our pop-music heritage!
The Talking Heads seemed to do what so few manage – start a career almost fully formed and then gradually grow, without giving up their signature style. They emerged weird, polished that weirdness, and let the world catch up.