We want to thank all the artists and bloggers who have linked to Popshifter over the last few years. . . thanks for helping to spread the word!
If we have missed anyone, please email us and let us know!
The Facebook page for the Paul Williams: Still Alive documentary posted a link to our review of the film, saying “very moved by this.”
Singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier tweeted that, “Not many reviews leave me speechless. This one did. Cait, thank you.” She also posted a link to our review of Live At Blue Rockon Facebook saying she was “honoured.”
Omnivore Recordings called our review of Townes Van Zandt’s Sunshine Boy “amazing” on Twitter and “killer” on Facebook.
Justin Benson, writer and co-director of the film Resolution, posted a link to our interview with him and Aaron Moorhead on his Facebook page. Both he and Aaron shared some hilarious tweets about the interview as well.
JG Thirlwell shared his Best of 2012 list on Facebook and the “Interviews and Reviews” section of his Press page.
Big Dipper posted a link to our review of Big Dipper Crashes On The Platinum Planet on their Facebook page.
Omnivore Recordings posted a link to our review of Bert Jansch‘s Heartbreak on the label’s Facebook page, calling it “beautiful and in-depth.”
The filmmakers of Better Than Something: Jay Reatard tweeted and shared a link to our review of the documentary on Facebook.
Our review of The Edie Adams Christmas Album was linked on both the Edie Adams and Ernie Kovacs Facebook pages.
Our review of John Cale‘s Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood was added to the Media section of his website.
Thanks to user GregorSamsa from the Steve Hoffman Music Forums for posting a link to our review and analysis of Elton Duck‘s long lost, self-titled album.
Beyond The Black Rainbow linked to our DVD review on the movie’s Facebook page.
The Coal Porters posted a link to our review of Find The One on their Facebook page.
Husbands writer Jane Espenson tweeted a link to our first installment of “TV Is Dead, Long Live TV” and remarked on its “interesting POV.”
Film critic and author Richard Crouse included our article on Ken Russell and The Devils in the bibliography of his book Raising Hell: Ken Russell and the Unmaking of The Devils. ECW Press has also included our review of the book in their “Reviews” section.
Shoeswire, the Shoes website, linked to our review of Ignition on their Press page.
Our review of Searching For Sugar Man was added to Sugar Man Daily News.
The Tubes added a link to our reviews of the reissues of Young & Rich and Now to their Facebook page, as did Tubes member Prairie Prince.
Redd Kross posted a link to our review of Researching The Blues on their Facebook page.
The Lowbrow Reader added a link to our review of The Lowbrow Reader Reader to their Press page.
The CillianSite.com has posted our review of Red Lights in their Press section.
Ear Candy has republished our review of the Strange Fruit: The Beatles’ Apple Records DVD.
The dB’s included a link to our review of Falling Off The Sky on their album reviews page. Our review was also quoted and linked to on Songs Of The Architect.
Omnivore Recordings posted links and praise on Facebook and Twitter for our review of Ernie Kovacs: Percy Dovetonsils . . . thpreaks.
Tyburn Saints linked to our review of their You and I in Heaven EP on their Facebook page and had these very kind words: “This is one of the most in-depth and thoughtful reviews of our EP to date. We have so much respect for this author and her references and research. This means so much to us. ‘Now my heart is full’.”
Johnny Headband included our review of their Who Cooks For You? album in the press section of their website. Riot Act Media also included a link to the review on their website.
The Warm Voices Rearranged blog included a link to our Top Five Most Inebriated Performances/Tours list in their article on Jefferson Starship.
The Girl Groups website added a link to our review of The Red Bird Girls, very first time in true Stereo.
The Divine Official website posted a link to our review of Postcards From Divine.
Kinda Kinks added a link to our piece about sibling rivalry in pop culture to their site.