The unfortunate consequences of self-hatred and the resilience of those who live life honestly.
Mikey counts down the hits…of 1980.
Popblerd author Mike Joseph details a lengthy struggle with depression that temporarily put him in a mental hospital.
The glory days of a legendary rock club are now gone. Popblerd’s Jim reminisces about Maxwell’s.
We had a Carlton Shuffle in the works as per usual. But sitting here following nearly a full day’s worth of additional terror in the Boston area, it just didn’t feel right to go with our usual playlist. I thought about throwing together something a bit more meaningful, but time, energy, and thought evade me. It’s been a week of such intense emotion, trauma, and testing of our individual and collective spirit. From my vantage point, that spirit remains unbroken. […]
The moment all Soul Coughing fans have been waiting for is here. Sort of. Former vocalist Mike Doughty has decided to revisit his past with the help of Pledgemusic.com for “Soul Coughing Songs: Reimagined”. According to the pledge page, not a note has been written and Doughty himself has no idea how it’s going to sound but if you’ve been a constant fan of his post-SC offerings (As we have been in the Popblerd office) then you have some idea of […]
If you haven’t been on the internet lately — understandable, as it’s as much a barren wasteland of lost souls and vitriol-spewing keyboard activists as it is an information superhighway and social facilitator these days — let me catch you up to speed. The web, torn asunder last week by President Obama saying stuff and Beyonce not singing stuff, was once again divided into two very different factions over a couple of news items that happened to go viral. Now, […]
It’s here! The 10 greatest rap albums of all time! Get your Dre and Snoop fix here!
Frank Ocean’s recent reveal has had a strong, and important impact. Here’s why it matters.
Three years following his death, we remember the presence and legacy of Michael Jackson.
Boston’s alternative station WFNX is the latest casualty of media consolidation. Cassandra explores conglomerate companies like Clear Channel and their tendency to jeopardize the quality of radio.