RED BANK, NJ, December 28, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Joining the growing ranks of Popdose.com's multimedia arsenal, Staff Writers Chris Holmes and Dw Dunphy present the all-new Popdose podcast Platters That Matter on January 8, 2013. The latest addition to Popdose's rotating offerings, which include The Matt 'N Jeff Radio Hour and Songs Of Freedom, Platters That Matter is devoted to celebrating and dissecting classic albums with Popdose's recognized irreverence and devotion alike.
On a monthly basis writers Chris Holmes (Popdose, The Man With The Gray Flannel Suit, and Cracked.com) and Dw Dunphy (Popdose, ThePengunRocks.com, New Jersey Stage) select an album that has withstood the test of time but may not be considered a "Top Ten" classic in the traditional sense and give the recording its due. Holmes and Dunphy provide a 'Music Appreciation Society' for the podcast generation, expressing why such albums deserve attention while being equally forthcoming about shortcomings and flaws. The analysis is fair, honest, and never boring.
The kickoff podcast, which debuts on both Popdose.com and iTunes on January 8, 2013, takes a deep dive into the 1978 entry from James Gang/Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh, But Seriously, Folks... In classic Popdose fashion, there will be admiration and criticism, clips and jokes, adding up to nearly an hour of podcast entertainment.
2013 marks Popdose.com's fifth anniversary and its staff promises a huge celebration throughout the year. Platters That Matter becomes a vital part of the anniversary lineup in January 2013. For more information about Popdose.com's various podcast series, please visit http://www.popdose.com
About Popdose.com - Created by entertainment writer Jeff Giles, Popdose.com launched in 2008 and has quickly moved to the forefront of pop culture news websites. The site features news, reviews, interviews and more from the worlds of music, movies, television, books, theater and more. Popdose.com has become a leader in entertainment websites thanks to long-running series like Dave Steed's Bottom Feeders; staff selections articles presented as The Popdose 100; the long-running discussion series Digging For Gold; and the annual tradition, Mellowmas where Editor-In-Chief Jeff Giles with Managing Editor Jason Hare subject themselves to the very worst in Christmas music for the benefit of the readership. For more information visit http://www.popdose.com