Amy Keys looks like a nice enough person…but beneath that friendly smile lurks a heart of pure, sax-wielding evil.
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Eight nights of presents! And hopefully it’s not just an Xbox on day one, and chocolate every other night after that. Yep, on this week’s Mix Six, it’s all about Hanukkah.
Gobble gobble, bitches! It’s a Mix Six that’ll have you begging for seconds.
In the U.S., it happens every two years: political campaigns, people voting, and ultimately heartbreak. The week’s Mix Six is dedicated to the politicians we love and hate.
Ted Asregadoo reviews the latest in the Classic Albums series, this one focusing on Rush’s two most influential LPs, 2112 and Moving Pictures.
The Popdose Staff had a guiding hand in shaping this week’s Mix Six — with some great suggestions of songs that have been re-recorded by the artists who created them.
Nowadays, cover songs are dime a dozen and the novelty has worn off. But there are few gems out there, and Ted Asregadoo features them (plus the originals) in this week’s Mix Six.
For his latest Mix Six, Ted Asregadoo gets all mushy and stuff. What is this, Valentine’s Day?
Scott Malchus and Ted Asregadoo discuss the end of Lost and offer up a unique music mix featuring the music of Peter Gabriel and Michael Giacchino.
As his birthday approaches, Ted Asregadoo is inspired to put together a playlist of songs from the year he was born.
This week, Ted Asregadoo takes a big swan dive into a pool of power pop tunes. Come on in! The water’s fine.