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  1. The Joup Friday Album: David Bowie – Lodger

    I’ve always vouched for Lodger as my favorite Bowie album, but have never been given the time to explain why I feel this way. When I saw that I was tagged to write this week’s Friday album I wanted to write a piece about an album I could talk endlessly about. This was one of the […]

  2. The Joup Friday Album: David Bowie – Reality

    It has been just over a month. A month since I woke up at 4:15 AM on a Monday and saw a text from a friend that said, “Dude, David Bowie just died”. My friend had sent that text at 11:35 PM the night before. She had no doubt been grinding away hours on the […]

  3. The Joup Friday Album: David Bowie – Outside

    Joe: If you do a search for David Bowie on Joup you will find a total of 20 articles of or relating to him. I wanted to begin this article with that little tidbit in order to illustrate a little of what the man means to us here at Joup. This is also the only […]

  4. Remember that time when…we were 7th row for David Bowie?

    Simply, welcome to a new rotating author column entitled “Remember that time when…”. How it works: 1. I’ll start with a story from my past which happens to be the one and only time I saw David Bowie in concert 2. I’ll leave it open to the next author (whomever would like to continue on) […]

  5. Basement Dwelling// David Bowie: Blackstar

    Hello and welcome to Basement Dwelling, a column written by me Daniel R. Fiorio where I review new records that should be on your musical radar. What sets Basment Dwelling apart from other music review columns is that these are all albums that are currently residing in my record collection. No promo copy was given, […]

  6. SURPRISE!!! New David Bowie single drops

    Well, Mr. Bowie has been out of the spotlight for quite a few years. Reality (my favorite Bowie record) came out in 2003, and other than a live album from that tour that released in 2010 the man has been silent. Then today, on Mr. Bowie’s 66th birthday, from seemingly out of the blue, the […]

  7. The Joup Friday Album: Ronnie Wood – Got My Own Album To Do

    The Joup Friday Album Ronnie Wood “Got My Own Album To Do” 1974 Warner Brothers Records Ronnie Wood is a celebrated guitarist best known for his work as a bass guitarist and songwriter with The Jeff Beck group, vocalist and guitarist for The Faces and – finally – landing his dream job playing guitar and […]

  8. Shawn’s Favorite Albums of 2016

    What a year, eh? While 2016 was easily the most devastating year I’ve seen in my 40 on this planet. To kick things off David Bowie died before the damn News Years clock had hardly even stopped ringing. Follow that with Prince, Richard Lyons, Sharon Jones, Phife, Leonard Cohen, Leon Russell, Merle Haggard and just […]

  9. 5 Things that Made 2016 a Little Less Shitty

    Let’s just go ahead and get this out of the way: 2016 really fucking sucked.  A bunch of really cool people died.  A surly, orange clown somehow managed to con his way into the most powerful position on Earth.  Rampant nationalism seems to be sweeping the globe.  And we may be looking down the barrel […]

  10. 2016: A Solipsistic Musical Review

    I dispensed with the terror that accompanied force-feeding myself popular music news and reviews shortly after I started writing about music in 2011 (in a brief, quasi-professional capacity anyway), both activities seemed from the-off to dissipate in enjoyment the more they were required of me, and the further I got from ‘my path’.  I felt in […]

  11. Endless Loop: Prospectors Arrive

    Have you ever had one of those songs that gets stuck in your head for days…weeks…years? Sure you have. These are the songs that always make the cut. The songs on repeat. We all have them. I have a ton. Welcome back to Endless Loop. “Prospectors Arrive” by Jonny Greenwood This is a preview of […]

  12. Remember the Time When… Axl Rose Cheated Me Out of 15 Free Tickets to See GnR

    Per Monsiuer Grez, who started this column back in January: Welcome to a new rotating author column entitled “Remember that time when…”. How it works: 1. I’ll start with a story from my past. 2. I’ll leave it open to the next author (whomever would like to continue) to recall “That time when…” 3. The […]

  13. Basement Dwelling: Transmissions Vol. 1

    Basement Dwelling Presents: Live transmissions and eclectic mixes every Wednesday curated by yours truly. Listen to it in the car, while you procrastinate, work, make love, walk the dog, and live your life. 1/13/16 1. Brian Jonestown Massacre: David Bowie I Loved You Since I was Six 2. Quilt: Elliot St. 3. Deerhunter: Duplex Planet […]

  14. Endless Loop: When the Fool Becomes a King

    Have you ever had one of those songs that gets stuck in your head for days…weeks…years? Sure you have. These are the songs that always make the cut. The songs on repeat. We all have them. I have a ton. Welcome back to Endless Loop. “When the Fool Becomes a King” by The Polyphonic Spree […]

  15. The Joup Friday Album: The Walker Brothers – Nite Flights

    There was this moment that played out years ago, sometime in the early 2000’s, when I was in a record store, sifting through CD’s and LP’s, letting my mind wander and breathe, when over the store’s PA system came a revelation. To be fair, this moment has happened several times over my life, some record […]

  16. Endless Loop: Funeral for a Friend (Love Lies Bleeding)

    Have you ever had one of those songs that gets stuck in your head for days…weeks…years? Sure you have. These are the songs that always make the cut. The songs on repeat. We all have them. I have a ton. Welcome back to Endless Loop. “Funeral for a Friend (Love Lies Bleeding)” by Elton John […]

  17. Endless Loop: Quicksand

    Have you ever had one of those songs that gets stuck in your head and never ever leaves? The kind of song that digs in deep and becomes a part of your heart and soul, an audio extension of your very being? Sure you have. We all have. These are the kinds of songs played […]

  18. The Perfect Cover

    Covers are fun. There is something almost magical about listening to someone reinterpret another artist’s blood, sweat, and tears. What did that person get from the song that I didn’t? How will that person tweak and change things to make it his or her own? Will they be reverential of the source material, or breakdown […]

  19. New Music Enthusiast’s Club: Leonino

    Leonino – Naked Tunes Leonino is the latest project from legendary Chilean artist Jorge Gonzalez, original member of and songwriter for the highly influential 80’s band Los Prisioneros.  Coming up in Pinochet’s Chile, Gonzalez’s music was a resistance to the dictatorship, a rising cry for the alienated and disaffected youth of the nation.  The group’s […]

  20. The Joup Friday Album: Suede – Coming Up

    Though it may seem unlikely, the arid and dusty oil town of Midland in west Texas was a hotbed for Britpop music…or at least that was the case in the bedrooms, car stereos, and headphones of my friends and me in the mid 90’s. As the once mighty grunge scene of the Pacific Northwest began […]

  21. 35 Albums in 35 Years: 2010

    In an ongoing attempt to bleed my opinions all over your computer screen, I’m selecting one album from every year that I’ve been alive that has some sort of significance to me…and then writing about it. Welcome back to 35 Albums in 35 Years.   2010: Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs This is a preview of […]

  22. 35 Albums in 35 Years: 2002

    In an ongoing attempt to bleed my opinions all over your computer screen, I’m selecting one album from every year that I’ve been alive that has some sort of significance to me…and then writing about it. Welcome back to 35 Albums in 35 Years.   2002: David Bowie’s Heathen This is a preview of 35 […]

  23. The Joup Friday Album: Midnight Juggernauts – Dystopia

    A triumphant blend of electronic pop, new wave, and disco, Australian synth-maestros Midnight Juggernauts’ 2008 debut album Dystopia plays out like the end product of Daft Punk travelling back in time 30 years in a Delorean to produce a dance record for David Bowie. Drums and bass thump. Synthesizers pulse and swirl. Booties shake. I […]

  24. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER: QUESTIONS IN A WORLD OF BLUE/ANSWERS IN A ROOM OF RED – TWIN PEAKS REVISITED (A ‘Your Fucked Up Childhood’ Special)

    “Oh God. I was just a boy. I saw him in my dream. He said he wanted to play. He opened me and I invited him and he came inside me.” ~ Leland Palmer This is a preview of TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER: QUESTIONS IN A WORLD OF BLUE/ANSWERS IN A ROOM OF RED – TWIN […]

  25. Underrated: Marilyn Manson’s “Mechanical Animals”

    I’ve decided that I don’t care about your opinions on Marilyn Manson.  I don’t want to hear them, so keep them to yourselves.  But here’s mine. Let’s just throw it out there: Marilyn Manson’s 1998 album Mechanical Animals is vastly underrated.  There.  I said it.  And I meant it.  Though it was a commercial success, […]

  26. Cue the Bugles Triumphant

    (Or…the article in which Tommy probably gets too personal.) Cue Sonic Youth’s “Compilation Blues.” This is a preview of Cue the Bugles Triumphant. Read the full post (2058 words, 4 images, estimated 8:14 mins reading time)

  27. 35 Albums in 35 Years: 1980

    In an ongoing attempt to bleed my opinions all over your computer screen, I’m selecting one album from every year that I’ve been alive that has some sort of significance to me…and then writing about it.  Welcome back to 35 Albums in 35 Years.   1980: Joy Division’s Closer This is a preview of 35 […]

  28. An Initial List of Albums to Look Forward to in 2013

    There will be more, and I’m sure I’m forgetting something so there’s sure to be an addendum article at some point, but I’ve been curating lead-off singles and cryptic messages (thank you QOTSA for making the almost mind-bending wait FUN w/ those) for a few weeks over here and I felt compelled to compile a list to […]

  29. Grez Top Albums of 2012 : First Listen Regardless of Initial Release Date

    As music in general progressed over the past 10 years, more and more musicians are recording and releasing more and more quality material. Couple that with how easily available many of these artists are due to online presence and it’s difficult to have time to keep up. There truly is an overwhelming amount of music […]

  30. The Joup Friday Album: Alvin & the Chipmunks – Christmas With the Chipmunks

    For many people, Christmas With the Chipmunks represents fond holiday memories of fun gatherings and familial warmth. But for one artist, this album represents a career filled with emotional abuse by an ill-tempered Svengali, and cries for help that went unheeded. That artist is Alvin, and this album serves as evidence of his systematic abuse […]

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