Love songs are great. Breakup songs are better.
Earlier this year, Eliot Sumner quietly released Information, one of the loudest, most ambitious, most exhilarating and inventive rock/pop albums of the decade, let alone the year. And I had…
It’s the Friday Five! Shuffle through five random tracks from your library and share it with the Popdose community.
We’re letting the music do the talking for the most part, this week — because this stretch of Disc Three is all killer, no filler! Or, as panelist Mike Heyliger…
The Friday Five is back and shuffling you into the weekend.
A new series in which we look at once common curiosities of pop culture that don’t exist anymore, be it because of changing tastes, the fragmentation of culture, or merely…
Good news: we have brand spankin’ new columns to go with our shiny new year! Drews and Don’ts is a new weekly endeavor, wherein our very own pop-culture-and-list-obsessive Andrew Ratliff writes a bite-sized list for everyone to enjoy and/or argue over. We’ve all experienced it before, albeit to different degrees: that immediate, gut-level reaction to hearing a fabulous song for the first time. “My lord!,” we exclaim, “this is a delight! I’ll cherish this song forever, and cannot envision a world […]
Luc has an indie-heavy best of 2012 list, featuring Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Gotye, and our cover boys, Passion Pit.
Due to the extreme length of this 2012 year-end recap, Michael Fortes recommends that you skip ahead to the entry on Joey Dosik.
As 2012 draws to a close, most of the Popdose writers will painstakingly select their top albums, movies and TV shows of the year with all of the drama of…
Bay Area songstress Ash Reiter delivers a second full-length album that’s concise, full of exciting modern pop productions, and packed with hit-worthy tracks.
You’ve been checking out some of our individual posts detailing the year’s best albums so far, now check out what the rest of us thought!
“What kind of name is Vassy?” you might be asking, to which I respond, “the kind of name you come up with when your birth certificate says ‘Vasiliki Karagiorgos,’ that’s…
The Mega Millions lottery turned out the way it usually does for you, right? Guess what?
The Expanded Edition – Your Week’s Charts At A Glance
On the top of the pops, everything changes…except the songs.
Welcome back to the Rihanna Show.