Blowout 2004 

Robert Gorell
The Vinyl Monologues
Detroit’s DJ divas tell it like it is, honey.

Brian Smith
Bulldog's teeth
Seasoned musicians gel into a genuine rock force.

Nate Cavalieri
Music for abandoned buildings
The Brakemen craft songs about fading Americana.

Khary Kimani Turner
People's champion
Esteemed Motor City rapper Big Herk probes shut-off notices, roaches and the needs of the streets.

Brian Smith
Snapshots
A sample set of performers at this year's Blowout.

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