‘We found the world to be a bore’
Drop by UFO Factory this Sunday 11 a.m.-3 p.m. if you like crazy cosmic space music.
Jack Lowery's feature interview with wunderkind techno great Kyle Hall really deserves a look if you've not checked it out yet.
A complete list of theaters showing the live-stream on Feb. 11.
"What’s funny is we forgot to bring some real speakers to play the song on so a lot of the scenes where people are dancing everyone is actually singing Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” a capella."
The Prime Eights are an alternative hip hop band consisting of two vocalists, two guitar players, a bass player, drummer and DJ.
On Saturday night, Detroit hardcore legends Negative Approach appeared at Third Man Records Cass Corridor.
Futuristic synth craziness abounds on this amazing record, originals of which go for more than a used Honda Civic.
Legendarily sexy art school crooner Bryan Ferry will bring his inimitable sound to the Fox Theatre on August 4. Tickets ($30, $55, $75 and $125) go on sale this Friday, February 5 at 10 a.m.
If you're not in your teens or twenties you will not even know who half the artists are.
It's a regular 1980s and '90s festapalooza over at the former Pine Knob on June 10 as Canada's best-selling goofballs bring their zany musical hijinks to DTE Energy Music Theatre on Friday, June 10 with special guests OMD and Howard Jones.
Last summer’s schedule was highlighted by iconic singer-songwriter Tony Bennett and world-wide pop superstar Lady Gaga, legendary rock vocalist Robert Plant, rock star Lenny Kravitz, rock and jam band O.A.R. and comedian Jim Gaffigan.
This show was just announced and if you are a fan of alternative rock music from a few dozen years ago, you will be so stoked!
We're extra excited about the piece that commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Detroit riots/ uprising. “Gershwin and His Children: The Influence of Popular Culture on Classical Music” theme will pervade the season with more than two dozen works; that's a really smart series, there.
Blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol.
Snoop Dogg pays a visit to Flint, plus Jon Connor's new anthem for his city
Do we even care about what Macklemore has to say anymore? Click to find out.
A beautiful melodic flute loops alongside Finale’s usual plethora of dynamic lines and bars.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are engaging and energetic performers and know hot to put on one hell of a show.