Taken together Chicago’s catalog is fascinating, frustrating, brilliant and awful all at once. Read on and judge for yourself.
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Dave Steed takes the long journey through the odd career of the legendary Melvins.
In anticipation of Raphael Saadiq’s new album, Mike Heyliger celebrates the career of one of R&B’s most captivating — and often overlooked — talents.
On the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, Mike Heyliger concludes his four-part guide to Jackson’s music.
Mike Heyliger’s tribute to the King of Pop moves into the Jackson 5’s post-Motown era — and some of their greatest success.
Mike Heyliger continues his guide to Michael Jackson’s discography with a look at the King of Pop’s early solo years.
On the eve of the first anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, Mike Heyliger begins his look back at the King of Pop’s discography.
For most people, the story of Donnie Iris begins and ends with his feelings for a girl named Leah. D.X. Ferris aims to change that.
Steve Miller slowed down in the ’80s, and the hits did too — but he didn’t stop making music, as Rob Hoffman recalls in the conclusion to his Miller guide.
To celebrate Tuesday’s release of the new Patty Griffin album Downtown Church, Popdose looks back at the catalog of one of Americana’s brightest lights.
It took him almost two months, but Anthony Hansen is back with the final installment of his guide to David Bowie’s recording career. Let’s get eclectic … and let’s dance!
Yeah, we know it’s only Tuesday, but it’s never too early to rock — so break out the greasepaint and the studded leather, ’cause John Young is ready to give you some KISS!
Missing the Popdose Guides? You’ll be pleased to make the acquaintance of Anthony Hansen, who makes his debut with the Popdose Guide to Todd Rundgren’s Utopia.
For all the Hammond-deficient Memorial Day barbecues out there, Mojo Flucke has prepared a treat: The Popdose Guide to Jimmy Smith.