Rob Smith shares his favorite albums of 2012.
Download the new single from Boston’s Parks.
Popdose interviews 16-year-old singer/songwriter Hayley Reardon.
Rob Smith finds “High Adventure” with Kenny Loggins.
Rob Smith contemplates Bob Dylan in “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Dan Fogelberg, reconsidered, in “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Rob Smith Can’t Say No to Kenny G’s Indian collaboration record, “Namaste.”
Rob Smith’s Media 6ix: Beach Boys, D’Angelo, and more.
Some Gibby action going on in Rob Smith’s “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Rob Smith interviews Australian songwriter Paul Kelly.
Yes’ “Close to the Edge” is a thing of beauty, at least in Rob Smith’s “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Southern rock’s studio pros make their finest record.
Rob Smith’s Vinyl Diaries explores Bruce Springsteen’s “Tunnel of Love.”
Rob Smith’s new vinyl column opens with E.L.O.’s disco record, “Discovery.”
The mother of year-end lists: Popdose’s Top Albums of 2011.
Rob Smith Can’t Say No to The Beehavers
Rob Smith’s Top Ten Albums of 2011
Rob Smith discusses Laura Veirs’ first kindie folk record.
Rob Smith mourns a friend and discusses Dream Theater.
“Death by Power Ballad” explores Extreme’s “More Than Words.”
Recess Music’s “Best Foot Forward” series reviewed in “For the Kiddies.”
Chickenfoot writes a mature rock song about adult relationships. Imagine that …
Popdose’s new kindie column features new records from Dan Zanes, Caspar Babypants, and the Jimmies.
Survivor’s “Ever Since the World Began”: The Ultimate Wedding Anthem? Rob Smith discusses in “Death by Power Ballad.”
Rob Smith looks back at music that provided some small comfort after 9/11/2001, in this week’s “Weekly Mixtape.”
This week’s “Death by Power Ballad” pays tribute to ex-Warrant front man Jani Lane and his greatest power ballad, “Heaven.”
The moody music of Smoke Fairies enchants Rob Smith in this week’s “Can’t Say No” column.
You realize you’re in love, and the song that’s playing is Kenny Loggins’ “Meet Me Half Way.” Rob Smith explores in “Death by Power Ballad.”
Wanna read about Peter Cetera squealing like a pig? Check out Rob Smith’s review of Chicago’s Live in ’75.
Peter Bradley Adams talks with Rob Smith about his new album, Between Us.