Woolen Men are arguably the best band in Portland, Oregon right now. They retain the strange grit of some of the best West Coast punk — you know, stuff like the Wipers, Dead Moon, the Urinals. The best stuff!
Simply with guitar in hand, the ’90s icon, gay rights activist, and Grammy winning artist will take the stage to perform songs from her 13th studio album, This Is M.E., as well as some of her greatest hits like “Come to My Window,” “I’m The Only One,” and “I Want to Come Over.”
Yesterday we learned that Steve Mackay, the monster of a sax player on the Stooges' 'Fun House,' passed away in Daly City, Calif. from sepsis at the age of 66.
Unfortunately, some of our Protomartyr article had to be cut for space constraints — like this nugget.
Everyone's favorite indie-pop harpist Joanna Newsom returns to Detroit on Dec. 15; tickets are on sale tomorrow at noon. Alela Diane and Ryan Francesconi open up, so definitely get there early for this one.
Emcee and beat maker Nolan the Ninja is back at it. He just released a new single called “Gusto” from his upcoming album, 'F*&% the Hype.'
The show is actually a benefit for Suck It Suicide, a super worthy non-profit. The shindig starts at 8 p.m. and costs $10.
Nine local numbers that give praise to the heady delights of drinking alcohol, just in time for our "Drinks" issue!
Members of Kraftwerk joined Detroit's techno DJ vets behind the boards at MOCAD.
Run to the hills; run for your life! To the Palace of Auburn Hills, that is, next April 5, 2016 (at 7:50 p.m.)
You could say it's a bit of a homecoming for Cyrus. Maybe.
This special "3D Concert" means that attendees will be given 3D glasses and there will be crazy projections and stuff like that. It's hard to imagine a better place to see them than Detroit.
Tickets are still available for up and coming rockers Joywave at the Shelter. You should go! That video with the skateboards is awesome.
Madonna told the crowd at Joe Louis Arena "Detroit made me who I am today."
OK, not really. But a meme posted this morning has Bernie praising Detroit punk. And we can't stop laughing.
Our friends at Pitchfork Radio have revealed the first week of programming for their three week stay in the Cass Corridor. It looks very strong to us. Remember to tune in on your computer type device!