Alex Dezen of the Damnwells stops by the podcast to talk about his new self-titled solo album which comes out on February 12.
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 the fickle nature…
In which Dave Lifton questions why the Black Keys’ drummer decided to pick a fight with Justin Bieber
Bam! It’s another podcast! And this one is holiday-scented!
The Biebs grows up, and at least three of us are listening. Big Money, GG and Stephen join forces to tackle “Believe.”
Popdose’s Dave Lifton, no stranger to juvenile humor, was subjected to the horrors of Live At Amway Arena by Rappy McRapperson.
Is Bob Lefsetz auditioning for Andy Rooney’s old job? It would sure seem that he’s looking to fill the shoes of the legendary 60 Minutes crank, because he sure hates a lot of things, and his penchant for self-contradiction reaches astonishing levels.
In which Justin Bieber raps about homelessness, and Busta Rhymes works off his gambling debts
There is nobody singing today that can parallel the pain in Roy Orbison’s voice.
Justin Bieber. Girls love him. Now there’s (another) book. Girls REALLY love him. Just warning you.
Justin Bieber is bigger than Jesus, but he’s making it up to the Big Guy with a new book.
Taking a look back at 10 Tina moments that helped Ms. Fey earn the book deal that brought us “Bossypants.”
Rob Smith Can’t Say No to the Justin Bieber movie, Never Say Never, cuz he loves his son and has a high tolerance for pain.
There are events, items and personalities that become so absorbed in the culture, it is hard to believe they weren’t always there. Let’s take a brief stroll down memory lane…
We all know Hollywood is bereft of ideas and has been for a good long time. There’s still no reason why we should lead them to awful choices, and yet…
Sometimes an artist and her fans need to just, like, move on already. Here, the author’s daughter (and her BFF) explain why the Party In The USA is so yesterday.
Reading this, you may believe that I’ve just opened a big ol’ can of uncool on Popdose. After all, what 40 year old Springsteen fan in his right mind would…