In your future, “new” Beatles songs forever?
“Remember how big U2 used to be? That’s COVID-19, just with more letters and a bigger number.”
Two years after the Five Stairsteps brought a song of hope to the Top 10 the Edwin Hawkins Singers brought their gospel soul to it
A soulful British band took a song to the upper reaches of the US charts in 1975
There was nothing hip about Karen and Richard, and that’s why they succeeded.
Popdose first met rock journalist and power pop musician Ken Sharp through the supernova that is Omnivore recording artist, Cait Brennan, and her producer Fernando Perdomo. All three of their…
Ugh. The new Melvins record, I am sad to report, dear reader, is a bit of a trainwreck. It’s not that Pinkus Abortion Technician, out Friday on Ipecac, lacks ideas….
The sublime Concert for George has been released in a stunning new four-LP box set
I got an idea and then ran with it…for an hour and 40 minutes.
Anybody as active in a scene as Misra Records head and Pittsburgh indie-rock impresario Jeff Betten has to have a soft spot for the music. And, man oh man, does…
There’s electronic buzzing, post-something refrains, borderline-tribal heat, and occasional Rhodes-and-bass grooves. There’s also, however, more mutant pop bridges than you could swing a dead cat at, if that’s your idea…
Have you thanked your mother lately? No, seriously, thank your mother.
Let us return to a time when la vida seemed a little less loca.
Join us for a magical time, or else we make mom and dad’s life a living hell!
Johnny Bacardi has Ringo on his mind.
The single is a part of Errico’s new album, now on pre-order at Pledge Music.
Making way for a discount of a pre-determined nature involving digits, this podcast is quite the steal!
Popdose is very pleased to bring you “Love Can”, the latest official video from The Weeklings’ sophomore effort, Studio 2, which has been making the rounds since last November. Once…
Barrett Strong had an early hit but found real success as a Motown songwriter
Can a song change the world? Popular music has always been looked on as something of a disposable pleasure: reflective of its times, sure, but meant to be played among…
Ken Shane lists his favorite albums of 2016
2016 was a bad year for musicians, but a good year for music books
Bobby Hebb wrote “Sunny” in response to personal and national tragedy
And once again, New Jersey’s finest Beatles-oriented band. The Weeklings, have returned with their second album, the aptly-titled The Weeklings Studio 2. Recorded in the sacred rooms of Abbey Road…
When the world was waiting for another Mary Wells hit Jackie Ross stepped up
You’ve heard it by Jackson Browne, but the original version topped the chart in 1960
What can you really say that hasn’t already been said about Paul McCartney? This isn’t some “rock critic” trying to dissect the now 46-year solo career of the greatest…
We talk with legendary guitarist Steve Lukather about Toto’s upcoming summer tour and the band’s plans for their 40th anniversary.