Check out this recent article on Detroit's Flint Eastwood in Paste Magazine:Best Of What's Next!
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The High Strung
Read more from last year's Mittenfest musing via the Ann Arbor Current
I write about Mittenfest every year because it brings the music community together, into Woodruff’s adhoc “living room,” to recite crackling rock tunes, folk ballads and even some hip-hop. Nestled around the fireplace, it’s an inspiring 5-day-long-moment of explosive camaraderie. But, let’s not forget, there are dynamic displays of the local talents from our fine indie-music scene.
Really, each year, I’m writing about 826 Michigan
Thus begins a marathon of really long days and blown out ears and one hangover supplanting another but that's a major part of the experience. --Matthew Milia (Frontier Ruckus)Read on... The Soundtrack of 826Michigan via the Ann Arbor Current
|More Videos on the way in 2014 - from James Linck and Mic Write|
Detroit music. And all its players. All its listeners. All its singers.Routine rumination on developments in music made in and around the area...
Valerie June - Pushin' Against a Stone
Sebadoh - Defend Yourself
Terrible Twos - Horror Vacui
Drake - Nothing Was The Same
Eddie Logix Plays Lykke Li
Darkside - Psychic
....and too many....
|http://826michigan.org + http://mittenfest.org|
"I've created a monster..."
Next: Carjack. Troy Gregory and Tinder Tiger join Black Lodge, Factory Girls, Letter Carrier and Dead Letters -at the Lager House on December 12th
Well, Jeff, is it some magical motivator or is it just compulsive?
No, Jeff, it isn't that I yearn for constant noise, some distracting sound... These notes are bent bewitchingly, these melodies are like hypnoses, these songs are sirens.
So, Jeff, they put you under, like a spell, render you away from reality... A numbing agent?
|Natasha Beste (of Odd Hours) left -with Tim Jagielo|
We're All Nuts (Part Two -coming soon)