Tag: Power Pop

Best Of The Recoup: Serious Fun: A Conversation With The Knack’s Berton Averre

In 2015, we had an interesting, insightful discussion about fame and the final years of The Knack, a band known for one hit, but one that had so much more to offer.

Pezband: Women & Politics (Frodis Records)

These four excellent rock songs represent the sound of a Power Pop band breathing its last gasps. Surprisingly, these songs show that they were far from washed up.

Pezband: Women & Politics (Frodis Records)

These four excellent rock songs represent the sound of a Power Pop band breathing its last gasps. Surprisingly, these songs show that they were far from washed up.

Singles Staying Single: The HoZac Archival Singles (HoZac Archival)

If you’re a fan of late 70s underground rock, HoZac Archival has got the goods: four interesting archive singles from four diverse artists. Check it out!

DM3: West of Anywhere (Alive Naturalsound)

Eighteen tracks and seventy-five minutes of the best 1990s Australian Power Pop band you’ve never heard.

DM3: West of Anywhere (Alive Naturalsound)

Eighteen tracks and seventy-five minutes of the best 1990s Australian Power Pop band you’ve never heard.

Sneakers: Sneakers (Omnivore Recordings)

This then-unknown Power Pop band would be the breeding grounds for several talented musicians, but this debut shows the magic that briefly shone in their very short existence.

Sneakers: Sneakers (Omnivore Recordings)

This then-unknown Power Pop band would be the breeding grounds for several talented musicians, but this debut shows the magic that briefly shone in their very short existence.

Marshall Crenshaw: #392: The EP Collection (Addie-Ville Records)

Power Pop legend Marshall Crenshaw’s low-key conceptual 10″ EP series offered a new song, a cover song, and a new recording of an old favorite. Here, the new songs and covers are collected, and wonderfully highlight the master singer-songwriter’s talents.

Marshall Crenshaw: #392: The EP Collection (Addie-Ville Records)

Power Pop legend Marshall Crenshaw’s low-key conceptual 10″ EP series offered a new song, a cover song, and a new recording of an old favorite. Here, the new songs and covers are collected, and wonderfully highlight the master singer-songwriter’s talents.