Tag: Velvet Underground

Music, Single Reviews

Single Review: Tyranny of Dave, “Silence in Brooklyn” b/w “All This 4 U”

The antique-garde is rearing its head again. After seven years of silence, Pinataland founder David Wechsler – whose bizarre orchestrette...

Lost Together with Matt Wardlaw, Podcast

Lost Together with Matt Wardlaw, Episode 4: Margo Timmins of Cowboy Junkies

Margo Timmins of Cowboy Junkies drops by to discuss Notes Falling Slow, the band's new box set, their return to touring and the early days...

Music, Parlour to Parlour, Popdose, Popdose Interviews

Parlour to Parlour, Episode 48: Annie Girl and The Flight

With a sound that combines the hypnotic vibe of Mazzy Star and the drones of John Cale-era Velvet Underground, Annie Girl and The Flight...

Current Events, Keep It to Yourself, Music

Keep It To Yourself: Banana Polemic

The first Velvet Underground Album only sold 5,000 copies, but everyone that bought it filed a lawsuit....

Books, Kirkus Reviews

Popdose On Kirkus Reviews: Sugar Dreams and The Art Of Will Cotton

Artist Will Cotton makes modern pinup art with a backward glancing aesthetic. Lindsay Lohan is making things worse. How do they intersect?...


Greatest Un-Hits, Music

Greatest Un-Hits: MC 900 Ft. Jesus’ “If I Only Had a Brain” (1994)

Certain musical acts come along that are so original, so different, so forward leaning that their arrival brings irrevocable change to the...


Music, The Weekly Mixtape

The Friday Mixtape: 10/22/10 — Peace and Love

Peace and love - they were meant to be together. With that in mind, Michael Fortes brings together a mix of 20 songs with "peace" and...


Music, Popdose Flashback '90

Popdose Flashback ’90: Lou Reed/John Cale, “Songs for Drella”

It's been 20 years since Lou Reed and John Cale set aside their differences to pay tribute to their former manager, Andy Warhol. Matthew...


Exit Music, Music

Exit Music (For a Film): Brick

One of of the most overlooked films of 2006 (a terrible, terrible year for movies; with redemption only brought by the likes of The...