In case you missed it when they were posted a few weeks ago, here are some of the great photos of local musicians from Fact mag's "Winter in Detroit" photo essay.
The tracklist includes "Police Story" by Black Flag, "Whatever I Do" by Negative Approach, "Victim In Pain" by Agnostic Front, and "Screaming At A Wall" by Minor Threat ... all rendered in a super "dad-ly" style.
On substance, shine & Sean
This science photo reminded us of a rave flyer, so we posted a BBC documentary on the start of rave culture. You're welcome.
Have Mumford & Sons forsaken their trademark vest folk sound in favor of... synthesizers?
Former MT staffer Ashley Zlatopolsky's history of dance radio in Detroit is informative and fun.
Twentysomething acoustic guitar wiz Daniel Bachman shares an eight minute track off his new album.
Here's a playlist of choice cuts for monthly DJ night Fierce Hot Mess, courtesy of Gin&Tronic's Dall'olmo.
T.J. Grech from the Pretty Ghouls answers our questions on this year's Hamtramck Music Fest!
The Sun City Girls, who have roots in Saginaw, did the most explosive cover of this early hit for Ted Nugent.
Remember the Singles? The formerly Detroit-based band is accusing Scarlett Johansson of stealing its name.
Local Kresge fellow, scholar and musician Michael Hurtt needs help in fighting lymphoma.
The newest video from Big Sean's new album is really good, and here it is.