It’s the Friday Five! Shuffle through five random tracks from your library and share it with the Popdose community.
Extreme bassist Pat Badger joins us to discuss his current PledgeMusic campaign, Van Halen and jamming with Roger Daltrey.
The crossroads between youth culture and Amnesty International came together in the mid-70s with a series of concerts that included members of Monty Python, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, as…
Rounding the horn into the back half of Disc Five of this 7-disc set, things get (mildly) funky, we talk a little about race, and Jack makes a dick joke….
The Friday Five: sharing is caring.
It’s Friday, time to drop the needle on the record and shuffle away to the weekend.
Bottom Feeders returns with an all new decade to pick on, the 90s! Join Dave Steed as he winds his way through the Ass End of the Billboard charts in the decade.
On the eighth day of Mellowmas, we got our first real six-string
The sad tale of one more Canadian rock classic unjustly ignored in America.
A look at songs that aren’t necessarily good or bad, merely ones that, because of the climate of the music world during their release, somehow, someway, were not the massive…
Popdose goes back to 1991 with the debut album from Australia’s Baby Animals.
If you’re holding your breath for the day MTV starts playing music videos again, let it go. It’s never going to happen, and certainly not with that attitude, you young…
What happens when pop culture forces collide, and why do they almost always suck? Matt Wardlaw, Michael Parr, and Dave Lifton discuss it on the Popdose Podcast!
He led you through the Top 40, and now Dave Steed begins a new journey — through the ass end of the ’80s rock charts.
Kelly Stitzel’s special Oscar-themed columns continue with a look at 1997’s race for the Best Original Song trophy.
Scott Malchus celebrates his 100th Basement Songs column by doing what he does best — opening his heart and fearlessly expressing his feelings.
Mariah Carey shatters a 21-year record (and probably a few crystal glasses), Color Me Badd continues to suck, and Bryan Adams is told his album isn’t Canadian enough. It’s all part of Jason Hare’s CHART ATTACK! from 10/19/91!
Dave Steed’s Bottom Feeders moves into week three of the letter P, which means it’s time for things to get mighty purple around here — and hey, is that the Web Sheriff’s siren we hear in the distance?
Do these seem like nice fellows? Don’t be fooled — they’re horsemen of a musical apocalypse. Read all about it in the latest senses-shattering edition of Earmageddon!
Welcome back to another edition of Jon Cummings’ award-winning look at great #2 singles of the pop era! This week: hits from Sheryl Crow, Jewel, and God.
I realize I’ve sort of hit upon a theme lately when it comes to LIT70s, but I don’t think it’s fair to limit just the Beach Boys to the Disco…
Four songs from movie soundtracks! Two videos set in courtrooms! One cat sitting on Peter Cetera’s face! It’s all in Jason Hare’s latest installment of CHART ATTACK!
I awoke with a knee in my back and a song in my head. Crammed into a bed with Julie and Jacob, I teetered on the edge hanging over a…
[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/RZxkbWf0Xns” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] Mainstream Rock: Bryan Adams, “Run to You” (1984) Darren Robbins: This song was the exact turning point for Adams. Up until then, his music…
Welcome to a series I began at He’s A Whore and am proud-as-punch to continue here at Popdose. While not able to mention everything that happened, I’ve touched upon some…
When my daughter Sophie begins to explore music, I hope she’ll take a trip through the hundreds of LPs and CDs Julie and I have amassed over the years. When…