Ruminations about a private man
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.
In which I get absolutely owned by my Facebook friends, and an idea is born… *maniacal laugh*
It’s been…time this show had a leprechaun dance moment. Can’t understand what I mean? You soon will.
Silent and stern in the sweltering night. The mob moves like demons possessed. What’s THAT supposed to mean? In 1974, Rush replaced departing drummer John Rutsey with Neil Peart in…
Your friends are liars., your family in pieces, and your country is confused. What do you do next?
It didn’t go as expected.
“No, I won’t go with the flow, because if I do, I’ll end up where everybody else goes.” Those are probably the most descriptive and autobiographical words taken straight from…
Coldplay, Solomon Ray, Rush, and The Wild Wild in the Single Play spotlight this week!
Rush’s busts out the deep cuts in a 40 year retrospective concert.
Allison escapes to the back yard, listens to some Poison, and hangs with a couple of stoners.
Wherein three Popdose staff members reveal previously unpublished correspondence between drumming legends Neil Peart and Peter Criss.
Another live recording from Rush? Really? Yes, really.
Chris Holmes and Ted Asregadoo talk to David Bottrill about mixing “Vapor Trails Remixed.”
The band Rush finally has Vapor Trails, a poster-child for too-loud modern mixes, spruced up. Was it worth it?
I’m sure that the story of famed Formula One car-racing man Rushmore ”Rush” Rushingford is an interesting human drama packed with thrilling twists and turns, otherwise an A-list director couldn’t…
Oof. This week’s batch of songs are — well, they’re certainly songs that were on the radio in the 1980s. #6 Billy Vera and the Beaters, ”At This Moment” (1981)…
Now that Rush is at long last in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it’s as good a time as any to look at their best material… from the ’90s to today.
Chris Holmes breaks it down to give you his favorite albums of the year that was 2012.
Members of the Popdose staff review Rush’s 20th studio album, “Clockwork Angels” — and come away with mixed feelings.
Here’s some tunes you might know of…
Join the Popdose Staff as they say “Thank You” to the people that introduced them to the music that shaped their lives.
Chris Holmes offers a selection of songs that helped him fall in love with some of his now-favorite artists, such as Randy Newman, Wilco, and Waylon Jennings.
Don’t you just wish you could just enjoy your favorite bands without a singer getting in the way for once? Your wish is this week’s Popdose mixtape’s command.
Singer/songwriter Marc Pinansky imagines himself on a desert island and comes up with 5 discs to make the trip with.
Dave Steed likes Rush! Dave Steed likes Rush! No, this isn’t a typo. He’s finally wised up and listened to his peers for a change.
The Popdose Staff mulls over the continuing slow-motion fall of the “record album.”
Oh my effing giddy aunt! The zombies are coming, and there’s nothing you can do about it. But you can get prepared now with this week’s Mix Six.