Brian returns to Eric’s house and finally tells Allison his true feelings.
Tag Archives: Peter Gabriel
A countdown of ten artists who broke away from their old groups and went on to release great music in their own right.
Duke was the album that changed how the world viewed Genesis. Chris Holmes and Dw. Dunphy look at this game-changing record on Platters That Matter.
You can’t say these eight bands didn’t have their chance to do it one last time before the world came to an end.
Box sets! Limited editions! Reunions! Oh my!
Guess who’s got a new album coming out today?
This week; The most intelligent rapper ever, Peter Gabriel and the reason I kept buying tissues in college.
From Motown to Scotland in five songs, what is on your Friday Five?
A new setting for some classic songs makes for one of the finest concert films in recent memory.
David Medsker runs 1992 through the beat mix blender.
It’s bad enough to lose your job, but this is just insulting.
Pop some popcorn and polish your dancing shoes. The latest Weeknight ’80s Dance Mix features songs from some of your favorite ’80s movies.
Rob Smith looks back at music that provided some small comfort after 9/11/2001, in this week’s “Weekly Mixtape.”
To celebrate the twentieth episode of The Popdose Podcast, Jeff, Jason and Dave are joined by music industry veteran (and longtime Popdose supporter) Peter Lubin for a varied and fascinating discussion on the biz. Take a listen!
Strap on your velcro hi-top Reeboks and your day-glo leotard. It’s time for another crazy fun ’80s dance party!
If you were stranded on a desert island with Richard Marx, here are the five things you would need to keep him happy.
Daniel Lanois is well known as a brilliant producer. His band Black Dub has released their debut album and Ken Shane thinks it’s one of the highlights of 2010.
The second installment of Dw. Dunphy’s countdown includes three-lettered prog legends like Yes, ELP, and…XTC?
Scott Malchus and Ted Asregadoo discuss the end of Lost and offer up a unique music mix featuring the music of Peter Gabriel and Michael Giacchino.