The Purrs, OBB, Charlotte Church, and Fabienne are all in the spotlight this week on “Single Play!”
Ted Asregadoo and Matt Wardlaw talk to Ken Caillat about his book, “Making Rumours: The Inside Story of the Classic Fleetwood Mac Album.”
New music from Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, The Bora, Abigail Washburn, and Smallpools on “Single Play” this week!
New music from Tess Henley, Falling Off Maps, M8ME, and a new remix of a Matisyahu tune!
This week on “Single Play,” music from The Basement Tapes, Canopy Climbers, Big September, and Paper Route.
From the top of the Kiwi music scene in New Zealand, her comes the Popdose Interview with Aaradhna.
New and (newish) music from Lissie, The French Electric, Kayla Conn, and Kyle Andrews on this week’s “Single Play.”
New music from Lana Del Rey, Lola King & The Kickstarts, Daft Punk, and Aaradhna on “Single Play” this week.
Ted Asregadoo talks to Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter in a podcast version of The Popdose Interview.
Caitlin Rose, Phoenix, Serena Ryder, and Thee Attacks are all in the music spotlight on this week’s “Single Play.”
This week, it’s music from Prince & 3rd Eye Girl, Alpine, Wildlife, and Born Cages.
Music from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Tich, James Younger and Vienna Ditto.
Kate’s anatomy of a break up.
Ted Asregadoo chats with Will Parry and Steve Ornest of Fallen Riviera about their lastest record, “Another World.”
New music from The 1975…and some great covers from Slim Jenkins and Lorraine Kalassen. Oh, and then there’s Charles Howl — the mystery group.
David Ford, Devyn Rose, SEACATS, and Walk off the Earth get the spotlight dance in this week’s “Single Play.”
New music from David Bowie, HEM, Anna Lena & The Orchids and Beth Hart!
Don’t be afraid, it’s just new music on “Single Play.”
New music from Eric Clapton, Alison Moyet, Rachael Kilgour, and Soft Bullets…
Once again, it’s “drop the needle” time on some songs that have made the cut to this week’s “Single Play.” Some weeks, it’s feast and some weeks it’s a famine in terms of music I’m connecting with. This week, it’s more of a feast, so off we go to see what’s being served at the buffet. The Stone Foxes, “Everybody Knows.” Their new album is out on 2/12/13, but this single has been floating around since last year. If you hear the Black Keys in their style, you’re not alone. The band opened for the Black Keys while on tour and they certainly consider them musical brothers in arms. But what I really like is that the members of the band are a San Francisco band, and went to my alma mater! Okay, that’s sort of true, but not the whole story. What’s easy to love about “Everybody Knows” is that it’s a solid, well-crafted rock song. Just a couple of listens and you’ll quickly hear that this tune is destined to be in high …
Music from Delta Rae, Led Zeppelin, Fiction Family, and Slash
New music from Paramore, Tegan and Sara, Kinski and Jessie Ware.
New music from The Airborne Toxic Event, Moss, The Staves, and The Chaw!
New music from artists you may or may not have heard of…
Bourbon from Alameda, California? What the what!
Ted Asregadoo revisits the NBC post-apocalyptic drama, “Revolution.”
Worldwide blackout, epic battles, and a big mystery. First impression of the NBC drama, “Revolution.”
Give two critics THREE months to listen to one album, and of course we will wait ‘Til Tuesday to publish our reviews. Which in this case is quite appropriate. Up first, the new kid on the block… It boggles the mind that 27 years have washed by since Aimee Mann first stood up from her MTV theater seats to shout “He said shut up! He said shut up! Oh why can’t you keep it down?” Clearly you can’t keep a good girl down. As her solo career enters its 20th year, Mann is back with her eighth studio album, Charmer. Clearly she knew THIS one is extra special. She released it to the media in June and I’ve had it on steady rotation all summer long. Now I’ll fully admit, I might be a bit biased. When I saw ‘Til Tuesday in concert in 1986 (outside Tampa, FL), I had a broken foot. Mann saw me struggling to keep from falling over and moved her mic stand forward so I could hang onto something. She …
Mark Knopfler’s most accomplished album to date.
Kevin J. Anderson expands on Neil Peart’s lyrics to create a fuller story of Clockwork Angels.