Tag Archives: Talking Heads
The debut album from The Rides is in stores this week. Kenny Wayne Shepherd tells us about his new band with Stephen Stills.
No list of the Seventies’ best albums is complete without Pink Floyd, right? Well, we got two of their albums here!
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.
Bay Area songstress Ash Reiter delivers a second full-length album that’s concise, full of exciting modern pop productions, and packed with hit-worthy tracks.
Popdose finally gets around to reviewing Life in a Blender’s “Homewrecker Spoon” and regrets the delay.
The Weeknight ’80s Dance Party is back! Are you ready to shake that fascist groove thang?
Kelly Stitzel helps you ring in 2012 with a special New Year’s Eve* edition of the Week(end) ’80s Dance Party.
*Garry Marshall was not involved in the making of this mix.
Fusing elements of indie pop, soul and West African highlife, Bells has quickly emerged as one of the most exciting new bands in the Bay Area today.
The Talking Heads emerged weird, polished that weirdness, and let the world catch up.
Strap on your velcro hi-top Reeboks and your day-glo leotard. It’s time for another crazy fun ’80s dance party!
Fandom: what does it mean, who inspires it, and where will you go in its name? We have some thoughts on the subject, and you’ll hear ‘em on Episode 18 of The Popdose Podcast!
Dave Steed moves on to the letter T this week, with the Talking Heads, Tesla and the hair metal transformation of Andy Taylor.
Mixtape madness, honest voices, strangeness ensues!
Open up you bags, ’cause this week’s Mix Six is going to really dish out the musical treats!
Bottom Feeders has reached the letter T, which means lots and lots of … the Temptations?
Wilco is back, with the appropriately titled Wilco (the album), and Ken Shane is here to tell you how it stacks up against the band’s critically adored earlier work.