We have a new favorite phrase, and it is virtuous spiral.’
Proof that there is always something good that can come from even the worst of things.
Thomas Dolby is one of the few people to have enough money to have Oprah killed. Not that he would.
Year end album round-ups are no longer a consensus of the nation’s listening experience. We live in a hyper fragmented world — a total niche fest. I’ve read about 50…
’80s synth pioneer Howard Jones is our guest this week to talk about touring with Barenaked Ladies and OMD this summer as well as the new music that he’s got in the works. He also shares his memories of late keyboard legend Keith Emerson.
Songs you know by heart performed (often) in a brand new way.
Announcing his latest project, Andrew Curry discusses the 1980s and how the Europeans led a brand new musical movement.
Allison and Brian haven’t seen each other in a week. Now, they find themselves wandering through the women’s swimwear department of Sears, catching up on lost time.
There are two kinds of people in this world: those that say Phil Collins is a doughy, ineffectual frontman who ruined the prog-rock outfit Genesis (and then his own concurrent…
It’s time to get your dance on once again with the Weeknight ’80s Dance Party!
The last of the Soundtrack Saturday reruns revisits one of the column’s first posts, about the John Cusack classic Better Off Dead.
First he was “Barely Breathing,” then he was “On A High,” but having taken home a couple of Tonys, Duncan Sheik is now taking a trip back in time…to the 1980s.
Get your hair sprayed and your neon leg warmers washed, because it’s time for Popdose’s Weeknight ’80s Dance Party!
I don’t even know why I’m here, frankly. I think it’s pretty well documented that all I do these days is write about television and interview people for Bullz-Eye ’til…
Last Christmas, we gave you our heart, but you were too busy doing real stuff. Hey, it’s perfectly understandable. We launched a “special gift” on Christmas morning 2009 with zero…
Soundtrack Saturday turns two with a very special video retrospective. Join the celebration!
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 many more.
Howard Jones is best remembered as an icon of ’80s pop, but he’s never stopped working — as evidenced by Ordinary Heroes, the new album he discusses in his Popdose Interview with Will Harris.
Dave Steed’s Bottom Feeders series has reached the end of the letter J, and you know what that means — Grace Jones sighting!
DOWNLOAD THE FULL MIX HERE There was a time — maybe 25 years ago — when mentioning Phil Collins in the pantheon of frickinÁ¢€â„¢ awesome drummers was greeted with thoughtful…
Howard Jones – In the Running (1992) purchase this album (Amazon) To type these words pains me more deeply than words can say, but it’s altogether likely that many of…