This past week Mark Horvath, jumped in his car (courtesy of Ford) and is hitting the road this summer to capture and share stories of the homeless. Formerly homeless himself, Mark brings personal experience and compassion as he aims to bring understanding and knowledge to the growing homeless crisis. He will visit 25 cities across … Read More
About a month ago we made a significant switch on THE DROP website. The adjustment came as a way to incorporate the multitude of ways that users would interact with the website. We had been using a social plug-in and it really started out working amazing. Last month I was introduced to ShareThis and I … Read More
Radio Magazine sat down with Dan Portnoy about a month ago to get the skinny on Radio options in the digital age.
It’s March Already! So much happened in the month of February that it’s thrown off our space/time continuum. We relocated to Sunny Southern California to better work with some clients. And heres the updated address: 556 S. Fair Oaks Avenue, Suite. 101 #318 Pasadena, CA. 91101 ph. 434.426.8523 The dust is still settling and as … Read More
This week THE DROP received a full redesign to more of a magazine layout. After a lot of thinking about how our readers were interacting with the site, one thing was painfully obvious: There was too much content for readers to grab in any orderly fashion.
Myk Porter (guitarist/vocalist of Brandtson) has been taking of advantage of the bands time off. He has come up with a few alternative experimental tracks for your listening pleasure under the moniker May This House Be Safe From Tigers. Turn off the lights and check out the music its better in the dark.
Also in stores […]
My first order of business is Fountains of Wayne. Like Bruce Willis in Die Hard, these guys are back with a vengeance. If you read that last sentence and it evokes a humdrum “blah blah blah,” I’ve been there with you. However, if you’ve got any soul to your music tastes, you will take my […]
Like our own Mr. Benson, I too have a soft spot for female vocalist. The last week, I can’t seem to pull away from a melancholy little ditty by the name of “Near to You”. This achingly beautiful ballad can be found on A Fine Frenzy’s debut album, “One Cell In the Sea”. […]
I’ve been on hiatus finalizing plans on The Great American Road Trip – here’s this weeks playlist
Oh John – Jeremy Enigk
Distant Street Lights – Codes in Clouds
Section 29 (Light to Follow) – The Polyphonic Spree
Penny On A Train Track – Ben Kweller
You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb – Spoon
You Don’t Know Her Name – Maps
I Believe […]
This weeks episode features international troubadour, Josh Rouse. Dan talks with Josh about the latest album, Country Mouse, City House, his thoughts on world music and how you can get a hold of Josh’s latest recommendations through his Bedroom Classics. Download it today.
Download Josh Rouse – Country Mouse, City House