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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Riki Michele, “Push”

With an exceptional group of collaborators, Riki Michele brings the album of her solo career....

Books, Comics Reviews

Comics Review: “Walter Simonson’s Ragnarok”

Alert: This is a comic you'll be talking about 20 years from now....

News, Television

“Coach” Comes Off The Bench

On March 26, NBC announced the return of Hayden Fox, the character that toplined the '90s ABC sitcom Coach....

Film, Music

Pearl Jam Bring Citizen Dick To Record Store Day

If you remember the ’90s movie Singles, helmed by Cameron Crowe, you’ll recall the band Citizen Dick. Or rather, you’ll...

Film

Trailers Swift: Does the Governator Have the Right Stuff in “Maggie”?

It's the End Of Days...Ahnold might have the critics on his side for "Maggie."...

Music, News

Kerosene Halo Rises Over A House On Fire

New project to bring full band sound to duo's folk rock ethos....

Dw. Dunphy On..., Television

Dw. Dunphy On… America Wants to Believe (Again): The Return of “The X-Files”

Series primaries announced this week a limited series return....

Music, Popdose Tribute

Popdose Tribute: Michael Brown (1949-2015)

Popdose Staffers Robert Ross, Ken Shane, and Dw Dunphy; and syndicated D.J. Dave "the Rave" Kapulsky take a look at the genius behind The...

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Toto, “Toto XIV”

A record born of obligation turns into a career-defining effort....

Books, Comics Reviews

Comics Review: Howard The Duck #1

Trapped in a world made for mass-consumption....

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: And How, “The Twisted Trees”

The new CD from independent rock band And How should make any indie musician a little envious....

Music, Popdose Lists

5 Musicians Who Were Kicked In The Butt By Love

Here are five musicians who were kicked in the butt by love...or rather, three and one double-dipper....

Film

Deserving Wins & Thankless Victories: Moore, Redmayne, and the Curse of the Transformation Award

Call the roles "Oscar-bait" if you must, but often the winners lose just as much....

Listening Booth, Music

Three Singles: Toto, “Orphan,” Black Star Riders “The Killer Instinct,” and Revolution Saints “Back On My Trail”

Three bands tied directly or indirectly to legacies are releasing new albums roughly at the same time. What do their lead singles indicate?...

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: No More Pain, “The Post-Human Condition”

Justification for the validity of the album format has arrived...from New Jersey....

CD Reviews, Music

2014 Music Wrap-Up, Lest We Forget

Before this year closes, here are some more releases we should talk about......

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Bryan Ferry, “Avonmore”

What should be a victory lap gets slightly sidelined by being out of breath....

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Aerial, “Why Don’t They Teach Heartbreak at School?”

The cover is very pink, but don't let that fool you......

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Steve Taylor and the Perfect Foil, “Goliath”

You should not have to wait a quarter century for one of the best albums of the year....

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Robin Aigner, “Con Tender”

Aigner presents a sophisticated side of folk that traps you with her voice, but keeps you with her wordplay....

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: “Here Comes the Reign Again: The Second British Invasion”

Songs you know by heart performed (often) in a brand new way....

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review, U2, “Songs Of Innocence”

Now that the long national terror has abated, we can talk candidly. ...

Music, Popdose Flashback

Popdose Flashback 1964: The Kinks, “Kinks”

When making up a list of the most important British Invasion bands, why aren't The Kinks higher to the top?...

Music, Popdose Flashback

Popdose Flashback 1974: Kiss, “Hotter Than Hell”

It is nearly impossible to imagine a world without Kiss at this point. Whether you are a full-on soldier in the Kiss Army or you...

Music, Popdose Flashback

Popdose Flashback 1994: Joe Jackson, “Night Music”

For all the cries of Joe Jackson's "forsaking" pop, 1994's "Night Music" says otherwise....

CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: The Pineapple Thief, “Magnolia”

The Pineapple Thief return with tenth album, "Magnolia"...

DVD Reviews, Music, Music Videos

DVD Review: “Money for Nothing: A History of the Music Video”

A critical look at a critical look at the history of the music video....

CD Reviews

CD Review: Enchant, “The Great Divide”

After an 11-year hiatus, Enchant return with "The Great Divide"...