Prince’s “Chaos and Disorder” reconsidered.
Mira Aasma, Bob Dylan, Night Argent, and Paul Simon in this week’s “Boomers and Millennials” Single Play
The best of the worst of movie and TV cliches. If you’ve seen ’em once, you know ’em all!
A “lost” album get a new life with a re-release
New music from Tanya Donelly, John Doe, Sada Vidoo, and Jerad Finck
Don’t scoff! Movie can changes lives — and that’s not always a good thing.
PJ Harvey, Esperanza Spalding, Grant-Lee Phillips, and NEONOMORA in the “Single Play” spotlight.
Sometimes love does stink
Is there any safe haven from the monsters?
Music from New Order, Iggy Pop, Norma Jean Martine, and Sia in the “Single Play” spotlight!
A new year…and new music from Teddybears, Shy Shy Shy, Marie Munroe, and David Bowie
Why do politicians make racist comments? Because it can get them elected.
Coldplay, Solomon Ray, Rush, and The Wild Wild in the Single Play spotlight this week!
Here’s a fresh twist on some classic New Wave sounds.
Are songs featured in James Bond movies forgettable?
Welcome to the Age of Disruptors
New music from Joe Jackson, Whissell, Gabrielle Papillon, and Nina Schofield
“The Leftovers” recovers from a so-so first season and comes out swinging in Season Two
Welcome to the jungle…zombie style
The Popdose Interview with filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi on her new HBO documentary “San Francisco 2.0”
In “Narcos” Pablo Escobar embodies Machiavelli’s famous phrase: “It is better to be feared than loved, if you cannot be both.”
Kevin J. Anderson and Neil Peart return to the world of Albion in “Clockwork Lives”
‘Cause I’m Stephen Colbert, yes I’m the real Colbert/All you other Stephen Colberts are just imitating/So won’t the real Stephen Colbert please stand up/Please stand up/ Please stand up?
In the Single Play spotlight: Nova Heart, The Wooden Sky, We Are Z, and Skinny Lister.
In the “Single Play” spotlight this week: Steve Martin & Edie Brickell, ZZ Ward, A Silent Film, and Ayla
The stock market crash leads to the inevitable question: is the sky falling?
Zombies in L.A.? Man, what a bummer…
Iron Maiden is back, so is Natalie Imbruglia. Add to that Teddybears, and newcomer Pushing Static, and you have this week’s “Single Play.”
Beck, Brooklynn, Grace Potter and Nadia Nair are in this week’s “Single Play” spotlight.
Is there anything revelatory in the deluxe edition of Led Zeppelin’s “In Through The Out Door?” Yes and no.