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Here Comes The Reign Again and Ice Cream Man Power Pop

Here Comes The Reign Again “The Second British Invasion” After last year’s Tribute to Lite Rock, producer Andrew Curry moved his attention to 1980’s British pop. You get updated takes on era-defining hits by Duran Duran, Human League, Culture Club, Frankie Goes To Hollywood and more. If there is one thing I remember about many […]

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The Power Popaholic Interview: Linus of Hollywood

In case you missed it Linus of Hollywood has a new album out called “Something Good,” and we highly recommend it. I had a good long conversational styled interview with Linus about his career in music. He started with the band Size 14, to Nerf Herder, playing with Roger Manning, Jr. and other members of […]

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Martin Carr and Cliff Hillis

Martin Carr “The Breaks” Former Boo Radley frontman and songwriter Martin Carr returns to action with “The Breaks” a solo album about not fitting in and not getting what we want. Carr’s polished single “The Santa Fe Skyway” has orchestra flourishes and his bright British vocal is comparable on this side of the pond to […]

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Pugwash and Sloan

Pugwash “A Rose In A Garden Of Weeds: A Preamble Through The History Of Pugwash” It isn’t news to most power pop fans that Pugwash is the one of the best bands in Ireland. The band has made the commitment to visit the US on tour this October and it only makes sense to release […]

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Free Music Mondays: My Brother Woody, Fernando Perdomo and The Sunchymes

It’s been a long time since I’ve heard from My Brother Woody. Glad to hear he’s still got those fantastic musical skills, with his new digital release Random Football Musings Set To Music. It’s a set of baroque pop gems all about World Cup soccer. And its a FREE download. Best sports themed album since […]

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