Slightly more than a year ago, Mike Doughty made an unusual and ambitious New Year’s resolution for 2014.
At the beginning of 2014, Mike Doughty made a unique New Year's resolution: He vowed to finish a project of Biblical proportions.
Too many new songs released each week to decide what to listen to? With 'Mandatory Music,' we take the guesswork out of being a modern music lover.
As Soul Coughing frontman and solo artist extraordinaire celebrates the release of two new records this year, we caught up with him to chat about it all.
If you're a Mike Doughty devotee, you know he’s the former lead singer of the '90s alt-rock band Soul Coughing, and that he's had an absolutely rad -- no other way to describe it -- solo career.
Singer-songwriter Mike Doughty is giving fans a chance to access his vault of unreleased material with the Lo-Fi Lodge, a subscription program starting later this month. For a one-time $20 fee, listeners will be able to download 32 tracks, one per week, from the past decade of Doughty's solo career.
When Mike Doughty parted ways with Soul Coughing in 2000, it wasn’t just the end of one of the more innovative bands of the ‘90s alternative movement -- it was also the start of a soon-to-be flourishing solo career. Whereas Soul Coughing made their name by combining elements of alt rock, hip-hop, jazz and spoken word into a stylish groove that spawned hits like ‘Super Bon Bon’ and ‘Circles’ -- singer/guitarist Doughty himself dubbed their sound “deep slacker jazz” -- his solo work as a singer-songwriter follows a more straightforward but no-less-impressive blueprint.