This is a big deal for fans of awesome Japanese psychedelic noise, or as Greg Baise who's putting the event on at MOCAD on Wednesday, Aug. 19 at 9 p.m. sharp for only $5 calls it, "the perfect filmic totem for the world's most obscure and dangerous cult band, Les Rallizes Denudes."
You'll never guess which member of nu-metal royalty has moved to town! Oh wait, you'll totally guess because it's right there in the headline.
Prolific, up-and-coming Detroit rapper Tone Pérignon drops a seriously psychedelic video for you to get lost in on this 90 degree day.
Chance the Rapper is coming back to Detroit (even though one of you guys threw a beer on him).
This looks like a very worthy event this evening, the latest 'I Was Here' event, held tonight, Tuesday, July 28 at Trinosophes.
Is tlwrl (too long, will read later) a thing? Because we totally will read this long article about rock pioneer Bill Haley after dinner tonight.
Echo & the Bunnymen sold out St. Andrew’s Hall, so the show has now moved up to The Fillmore. Tickets are still available for the Fillmore show, which is still taking place on Sept. 13 with doors at 7 p.m.; Tickets at $29.50 and $39.50.
We have to admit that we're a bit disappointed that this international noise conspiracy didn't escalate.
Satire Dep't: The horror-rap duo has made it official: Bronies are welcome at the Gathering of the Juggalos
The California-based Fuzz is a mega badass trio featuring Charles Moothart, Ty Segall and Chad Ubovich.
Who: The Tallest Man on Earth
When: Monday, July 20, 2015
Where: Royal Oak Music Theater
We awoke to a long email from our friends at the esteemed Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, including both the highlights of their upcoming season going well into the new year, and the announcement that they've got a new program where you can see five shows in the dance, family and world categories for only $99.