In which I execute a pivot so sharp that only John Cleese can effectively prepare the audience for what’s about to happen. And so he does. And a new Dizzy Heights tradition is born.
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…
Though Hot Rumour has only been a tangible unit for, oh, four months, the three members have enough musical cred among them to more than make up for what they lack…
You know Joe Jackson mainly by three songs. Here are ten others you should be aware of.
A free-wheeling discussion about music, life, and politics — and, of course, Hawley’s excellent new album, Standing at the Sky’s Edge.
In the first episode of “Songs of Freedom”, Popdose music contributor Matthew Bolin and Lyana Fernandez look at R.E.M., P.J. Harvey, and how the internet changes the way we look at political music.
Way Out Wednesday returns for a spell with a mixtape of songs commemorating the Scripps National Spelling Bee!
In the post-Nirvana, post-grunge rock landscape, dominance by a new genre was totally up for grabs. Would it be power pop, a la Matthew Sweet? Lite grunge, or “mallternative”? Britpop? Mallternative…
The Popdose staff curates this mix to be a companion through the headlong rush to the winter solstice.