This one’s for you, Ponyboy.
I thought there would be tons of songs about princesses. I had maybe four.
Tell me you love me. Change. Go. Disturb this groove. Or, you know, do the opposite of all those things. Your call. It’s cool.
There is an alternate universe version of this show with Spinal Tap and Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots. Be thankful that we don’t live in that world.
You said “mix.” We mixed.
The original Kink works a deal.
The Magnificent Seven(th episode)!
Enter to win Pugwash’s ”Play This Intimately (As If Among Friends)” on ruby red vinyl!
Pugwash is a band that jumped in the time machine in 1969 and, fortunately for us, arrived right on time now.
The Zombies were the second English group to have a #1 single in the US, trailing only the Beatles for that distinction, when their 1964 debut single “She’s Not There”…
It’s the Friday Five! Shuffle through five random tracks from your library and share it with the Popdose community.
When making up a list of the most important British Invasion bands, why aren’t The Kinks higher to the top?
Dinner plans and busy work schedules. These are the reasons for the delay in the latest podcast! Welcome back to Comrades, a weekly podcast devoted to the FX drama, The…
Thanks to the fortunes of History and the inevitable bending of the Universe’s moral arc towards justice, our children, gay and straight, are growing up in a world where it…
You know the rest of the Twenty-Teens will be a hard slog when even the quality of our rebellion is mediocre. Look at the so-called “rebels” in today’s pop culture…
Popdose asks, “Why not? It’s only natural!”
Remember the band Player? Sure you do…and even if you think you don’t, it’ll only take three words to remind you who they are: “Baby Come Back.” That’s not by…
I haven’t seen ANY of this year’s slew of “Best Picture” nominees. Besides the high price of tickets and parking, I simply can’t sit still while today’s over-indulged directors take…
Not even a major power outage can stop the Friday Five!
Don DiLego’s first album in five years, the Western And Atlantic EP, is an excellent return to form.
It’s been a rough summer for a lot of people out there, so let Popdose provide just a small pick-me-up for everyone.
If you could only listen to five albums, which ones would you choose? In this edition of Desert Island Discs, singer/songwriter Chris Price gives us his picks.
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.
In sports, there’s nothing more annoying than a fan who jumps on the bandwagon of a winning team, then overcompensates for the time he missed by being even more obnoxious than the longtime fans. Does the same hold true for music lovers? Read on as Bob ignores Dawes for a year only to suddenly become their biggest fan.
AM Gold: 1964 beckons! Enjoy the Supremes and the Zombies! Make it through Gene Pitney!
Popdose breaks down the first five songs from Time-Life Music’s AM Gold: 1962 compilation album, and takes time to enjoy a classic 1980s Dom DeLuise commercial.
Put down your iPod and pick up one of these Popdose Staff endorse books.
WAKEY WAKEY!! It’s almost noon (eastern standard time), the streamers streamed, the fireworks worked (with fire!), and the punch is, egad, still punching. Here then is an impromptu mini-mixtape to…
In a world filled with awkward family holiday reunions, three men gather to remind you that it could be worse: you could be a Brady or Stewart Copeland. Join Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton for a discussion of the best and worst pop culture reunions on Episode 15 of The Popdose Podcast!
Jessica Hahn, I think you move me and I know it fo’ sure!