Here is a small selection of graphic works drawn by MC5 singer Rob Tyner
Danny Brown cut a gig short in Glasgow, Scotland after a fan pelted him with a drink.
In anticipation of his rare solo show in Ann Arbor on Saturday April 4, let's indulge a bit, with six career-spanning clips by this master of Tropicália.
Here's to hoping "Cars That Go Boom!" by L'Trimm revs you up for a wonderful weekend; this song is absolute genius.
Here is an unreleased song called "Jeff Mills' Blues" by the Bristol-based '90s hypnotic noise act Flying Saucer Attack.
Seventh in series highlighting local experimental music takes place Friday night at 9 p.m. sharp!
Empire stars to appear at Oakland Mall tonight.
This is not even happening. These are not the fake outragers you were looking for.
Sample-heavy, mesmerizing Manchester duo Demdike Stare soundtracks this landmark 1922 film which aimed to look at witchcraft through a non-exploitative lens.
Gary Bredow's long unavailable, ultra-excellent 2006 documentary 'High Tech Soul: the Creation of Techno Music' is available again, on DVD., woo hoo!
For no reason at all, here are a dozen clips of the infamous Japanese percussion-heavy noise band the Boredoms.
Grammy and Academy Award-winning Common will perform in the area in one month as part of the MUSIC Matters charity show on Friday, April 17, 2015 — it's a benefit and non-student tickets start at just $25.
Before bands from Portland were flocking to Detroit, a hyped California band moved to Woodbridge. They only lasted a year.
Here is some interesting music for your Monday morning: Futurist art-noise sounds from one hundred years ago.
The late Aaliyah appeared to Timbaland in a dream, the producer told a crowd at SXSW.
Revolutionary Detroit artist John Sinclair has a new record out this week on British label Iron Man. They've uploaded an hour-long documentary about the making of the record.
Check out the stylish video for Edward Elecktro's futuristic "Long Live Detroit City," which features Bevlove's stunning vocals and such strong words. Originally posted six weeks ago, we are flummoxed as to why it's not taken over the Internet, yet.
Tickets are still available to see the Wayne Shorter Quartet at the Opera House tomorrow night.