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White Label Wednesday: Medsker’s 2000 Beat Mix

First and foremost, I would like to extend a hearty thank you to frequent Popdose reader and commenter King of Grief, who volunteered to...

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White Label Wednesday: Medsker’s Retro Beat Mix

David Medsker goes back in time and returns with a retro beat mix this week, featuring songs from a-ha, Wham!, Pet Shop Boys, Go West, and...

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White Label Wednesday: ABC, “How to Be a…Zillionaire,” the remixes

They've mostly been forgotten in the US, but ABC is one of David Medsker's favorite bands -- and their 1985 remixes are perfect for this...

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White Label Wednesday: This Is Halloween

While Mr. Dunphy’s upcoming Friday Mixtape is one of the most esoteric tributes to All Hallow’s Eve that you will ever see, I...

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White Label Wednesday: Simple Minds Six-Pack

A girl on whom I held a massive crush in high school gave me one of her senior year photos, and on the back she wrote, “I will never...

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White Label Wednesday: Summer 1986 Mixtape

This week in White Label Wednesday, David Medsker flashes back to the summer of 1986 with remixes of tracks by Pet Shop Boys, Level 42, and...

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White Label Wednesday: 9/16/09 Remix Six

David Medsker is back with another mix of those block rockin' beats, featuring remixes of tracks by Scritti Politti, Kool Moe Dee, Roxette,...

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White Label Wednesday: ’80s Dance Mixtape!

Are you ready to dance? No, seriously -- are you ready to dance? Then hit the floor, because David Medsker has pulled some classic...

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White Label Wednesday: Quincy Jones featuring Ray Charles and Chaka Khan, “I’ll Be Good to You”

David Medsker takes us back to the waning moments of the '80s this week, with a look at what happened when a bouncy pop hit from Q, Brother...

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White Label Wednesday: Romeo Void, “A Girl in Trouble (Is a Temporary Thing)”

People like to joke that if the Rolling Stones were to debut today, they would never be popular because they’re not attractive...

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White Label Wednesday: Chico DeBarge, “Talk to Me”

David Medsker is kicking up the bass for another beat-heavy installment of White Label Wednesday, and -- hey, who let Chico DeBarge in...

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White Label Wednesday: Art of Noise, “Close (to the Edit)”

Throw together Alan White of Yes, a VW Golf, and a little girl with a chainsaw, and what have you got? Find out as David Medsker goes close...

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White Label Wednesday: Fishbone, “Party at Ground Zero”

Today’s special: pink vapor stew. Yummy yum. To say that Fishbone was exploring uncharted waters when they dropped their eponymous EP...

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White Label Wednesday: Faith No More, “We Care a Lot”

Who are these men, and why do they care so much? David Medsker finds out in the latest edition of White Label Wednesday....

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White Label Wednesday: Jane’s Addiction, “Been Caught Stealing”

A la da dat dat dadat, dat dat dat, fuckers! It only took one listen of Ritual de lo Habitual (1990), the much-anticipated sophomore effort...

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White Label Wednesday: C.C.C.P., “American-Soviets”

If it’s late 1987, and you’re in an alternative club or “danceteria,” odds are you’re hearing...

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White Label Wednesday: Peter Gabriel, “Steam”

Imagine the exchange that took place when Peter Gabriel brought Us, the long-overdue follow-up to his 1986 critical and commercial smash So...

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White Label Wednesday: David Gilmour, “Blue Light”

I’ll be honest: I downloaded this mix a few months ago, after searching for it for years (decades, even), but planned to do nothing...

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White Label Wednesday: Tasmin Archer, “Sleeping Satellite”

In late 2007, I attempted to launch a weekly mp3 column on Eat Sleep Drink Music, the music blog of my employers at Bullz-Eye. However, the...

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White Label Wednesday: Animotion, “Obsession”

Rockwell once said he felt like somebody was watching him. Odds are, it was Animotion. Have you taken a close look at the lyrics to...

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White Label Wednesday: Vitamin Z, “Burning Flame”

The funny thing about music in 1985: they would make an extended mix of anything. Even funnier, people would dance to it. Take this...

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White Label Wednesday: Daryl Hall & John Oates, “Your Imagination”

It’s quite possible that this song is the “Sliding Doors” moment that put me on the musical path that I would ultimately...

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White Label Wednesday: Boogie Box High, “Jive Talkin’”

Sometimes, it’s not whom you know, but whom you call family. The interwebs are not very forthcoming about the origins and chart...

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White Label Wednesday: Underworld, “Underneath the Radar”

Or, White Label Wednesday, Before They Were Stars Edition Underworld would like you believe that they were immaculately conceived in 1994...

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White Label Wednesday: Cliff Richard, “We Don’t Talk Anymore”

Everyone seemed to have so much fun jumping into the wayback machine with Nicolette Larson – and really, who wouldn’t want to...

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White Label Wednesday: Nicolette Larson, “Lotta Love”

I’ve never been a big fan of Neil Young — I’ll just say it, it’s that pinched voice of his — but I will...

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White Label Wednesday: Edelweiss, “Bring Me Edelweiss”

“Awwwww, yeah! I see a real woman, I need to grab her, she busts out yodelin’…” There is just no better way to...

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White Label Wednesday: The Future Sound of London, “Papua New Guinea”

Imagine my surprise when I visited my then-girlfriend – anyone who read my Valentine’s Day piece knows her well – over...

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White Label Wednesday: The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu, “It’s Grim Up North (Part I)”

Hope you’re not wearing anything too fancy, because we’re about to get dirty. Bill Drummond and Jimmy Caulty have about as many...