Rob Smith celebrates the return of singer/songwriter Kasey Anderson from his trouble with the law and mental health issues.
The idea came, as a lot of my ideas do, from a Duran Duran song. Do I have enough songs to do a full show about dreams? As I quickly…
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.
The sublime Concert for George has been released in a stunning new four-LP box set
A generation of the “raised right” clearly know nothing of civility.
So what does this have to do with music?
Ladies and gentlemen, STNNNG has reentered the building. After four years of waiting and much, much anticipation, Minnesota’s greatest post-punk band is back with a new record, Veterans of Pleasure….
Don’t let the Swedish passports fool you, Sea of Clouds by Last Days of April, out last week on Tapete Records, is not your typical Robyn or Max Martin confection. Imagine a slow…
Tom Petty dusts off one from the vaults, The Darkness channel the Rolling Stones, Astrid’s Tea Party will Electroshock you, and Heart/Dancer will surprise you.
Rob Smith explores some fine 2014 vinyl releases.
Justin Currie of Del Amitri joins us to talk about his new solo album Lower Reaches.
If you dig Seventies music, you’ll dig the massive DVD box set celebrating “The Midnight Special.” Rob Smith reviews.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have gotten rave reviews from the Boston critics for their Aug. 30 Fenway Park show — and I can vouch for the fact that it…
This time out, the staff sorta slips down the Grohl hole and Don Henley may be a p****.
Petty and company pull a fast one on their new album.
Maybe it’s because it’s when I first discovered Dylan, but I’ve always had a soft spot for his much-maligned ’80s output. I was still an impressionable college sophomore when a…
This week: Liz Phair before she sucked, Pet Shop Boys, Tom Petty and more.
Popdose is Goin’ Country with a new weekly column
A countdown of the ten most bizarre hidden album tracks released from mainstream pop and rock bands.
Music geeks, have we got a podcast for you!
Shuffle into the holiday weekend with this week’s Friday Five!
What sets Kip Moore’s “Up All Night” apart from so many of his peers is the conviction of the singer’s delivery and his commitment to make great music rather than cash in on a trend.
There is nobody singing today that can parallel the pain in Roy Orbison’s voice.
Bob Dylan is 70 years old, and the Popdose Staff has pulled together a massive post to honor him. Here are 70 of our favorite Dylan songs, one for each year.
Be sure to show your AARP card to get access to Bottom Feeders this week. Jimmy Page and Tom Petty bring along both Joe and Steve Perry to the geriatric party.
No classic song deserves to be heard after the cover versions that followed it — but hey, the world ain’t fair.
The Popdose Staff thought that the best way to celebrate the second to last day of Mellowmas was to set the DeLorean back to the glam year of 1980, virtually…
Last Christmas, we gave you our heart, but you were too busy doing real stuff. Hey, it’s perfectly understandable. We launched a “special gift” on Christmas morning 2009 with zero…