Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Welcome to the future




Hey, do you live in the 21st Century? If so, you'll be glad to know that my latest book, NEVER DIVIDED, is now available in Kindle format from Amazon. That means that you can scientifically inject the book directly into your eyes using the internet. Plus, it only costs $4.95. Buy it now and become part of the "wired' generation!

Friday, October 25, 2019

It's the FRIDAY'S BEST POP SONG EVER Podcast, Episode #24: "Love, They Will Be Done"


In the latest episode of FBPSE, I share the story of how Prince came to write "Love, Thy Will Be Done", one of his most transcendentally beautiful songs, for teen pop star Martika.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

It's the FRIDAY'S BEST POP SONG EVER Podcast, Episode #23: "Keys to Your Heart"


Just because it's Sunday doesn't mean it's too late to announce a new episode of the Friday's Best Pop Song Ever Podcast, even though, as the name suggests, it comes out on Friday. This one concerns Joe Strummer's pre-Clash outfit, The 101ers, and their lone single "Keys to My Heart". Check it out and, if you like what you hear, rate us, leave a comment and/or subscribe on Stitcher.

Friday, September 13, 2019

Afternoon offense

Life just got a lot brighter for people with nothing to do on a weekday afternoon, because KGPC's latest schedule shows that they will be broadcasting a different archived episode of Pop Offensive  every weekday at 3pm. This is an ideal way to catch up on episodes that you've missed--even better than just streaming them directly from the Pop Offensive Archives, as this way you can entertain the illusion that they are taking place live. So why not--before heading off to your job as a carnival ride operator, strip show barker, blackmail photographer, or run-of-the-mill shadowy drifter--get your pop on.

Sunday, September 1, 2019

It's the FRIDAY'S BEST POP SONG EVER Podcast, Episode #22: "Missing You"

 

In this latest episode of  the FBPSE podcast (which, through circumstances mostly within my control, comes to you on Saturday this time) I dive headfirst into potential controversy by pitting two "80s Hit" radio staples, the Police's "Every Breath You Take" and John Waite's very similar sounding "Missing you", against each other in a fight to the death. Who will win? The answer may surprise you!
 
 

Thursday, August 29, 2019

The day Mars invaded India


I've decided to revisit some of the films I reviewed during the early days of 4DK and write new, more detailed reviews of them that make use of all the increased perspective, wisdom and unfounded self-regard that I've gained during the interceding years. The first film to get this treatment is the 1967 Indian spy-fi epic Wahan Ke Log, which I first reviewed way back on September 23, 2008. Check out the resulting review, which has just been posted over on Teleport City.