Tag: Pennsylvania

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Lampshades, “Astrology”

The Lampshades, a trio of Pittsburgh-by-way-of-Altoona ne’er-do-wells, is nothing if not ambitious. It hasn’t always entirely been this...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Radon Chong, “I Keep On Talking to You”

Captain Beefheart devotees, rejoice! Shape-shifter Don van Vliet might be deceased but his spirit – and that of his ever-evolving Magic...

Concert Reviews, Music

Concert Review: Soda Club, Bloomfield Saturday Market, Pittsburgh, 6/3/17

The ascending Pittsburgh quartet Soda Club treated a hometown crowd to its lazy-Sunday brand of guitar-driven indie-pop on Saturday,...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Heron, “You Are Here Now”

To hear some good reverb-drenched post-rock on the radio dial or the event horizon, you can do a heck of a lot worse than Heron, the...

Concert Reviews, Music, Welcome to Pittsburgh

Welcome to Pittsburgh: Horehound, T-Tops, and More at Gooski’s, 1/8/16

Welcome to the firecrackers-strapped-to-your-Rust-Belt column “Welcome To Pittsburgh,” as today we find ourselves entranced by stars...

Album Reviews, Music, Welcome to Pittsburgh

Welcome to Pittsburgh: The Turbosonics, “Tres Gatos Suave”

Inconsistencies, dagnammit! I want to really, really like, to love, to adore The Turbosonics‘ new CD, Tres Gatos Suave, a...

Concert Reviews, Music, Welcome to Pittsburgh

Welcome to Pittsburgh: Night Vapor, T-Tops, and Gangwish at Gooski’s, 5/30/15

Is it smoky in here or is it just me? Rubs tears from bloodshot-red eyes; guy next to me passes out from lack of oxygen. No, it’s...

Album Reviews, Music, Welcome to Pittsburgh

Welcome to Pittsburgh: Broughton’s Rules, “Anechoic Horizon”

In this fine, first edition of Welcome To Pittsburgh, a new, somewhat-irregular Popdose column dictating the independent musical pulse of...

Album Reviews, CD Reviews, Music, New Artists, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: Mark Rogers & Mary Byrne, “I Line My Days Along Your Weight”

A very nice debut, indeed; this first offering from Mark Rogers and Mary Byrne, who hail from Pennsylvania, but met in East Atlanta through...