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TRACK PREMIERE: The Hamiltons “Take the Hit”

An instant pop classic with an old-fashioned twinge, The Hamiltons’ latest single “Take the Hit” is a timeless piece that’ll have you swooning. It’s a unique genre-mashing track in that it’ll transport you from smack dab in the 60s to...

PLAYING DETROIT: Gosh Pith “True Blue”

Relating the fear of the law with romantic entanglements, it’s easy to picture yourself escaping the swirl of red and blue lights on foot, dipping through highway brush and hopping fence lines with the same endangered fire you might...

ARTIST INTERVIEW: Cool Company

We got a chance to chat with Brooklyn hip-hop duo Cool Company about their upcoming album and their musical history.

TRACK REVIEW: Chasing Lovely “Always and Never Enough”

Chasing Lovely have released a live version of their track "Always and Never Enough," and it's definitely enough to pull on your heartstrings and make you feel some pretty serious emotions.

PLAYING DETROIT: Valley Hush “Iced Cream”

Leave it to my favorite electro-pop duo to release a dance track contemplating the turmoil of running the rat race that challenges the suffocation of creative freedom by means of societal survival.

PLAYING DETROIT VIDEO PREMIERE: Gosh Pith “K9”

My favorite gush worthy trip-hop duo, Gosh Pith, returned this week with another treat from their upcoming EP, Gold Chain, due out February 26. Directed by Shane Ford and chock-full of my friends, acquaintances, and fellow kindred city spirits, “K9” is...

INTERVIEW: Lily & Madeleine

  Over the course of the past two years, Lily & Madeleine Jurkiewicz, teenage sisters from Indianapolis, have had a performance go viral on Reddit, written their first original songs, gotten signed to Asthmatic Kitty, released two full-length albums and an EP,...

ALBUM REVIEW: Brash Flair “Two”

Trip hop duo Brash Flair's most recent album Two was released April 1st. Somehow, though there are only five songs on this EP, they've has managed to create a gorgeous collection of thoughts and movement that feels vast and...

LIVE REVIEW: Falls @ Bowery Ballroom

Performances by Australian group Falls revolve around the vocal magic trick that happens when Simon Rudston-Brown and Melinda Kirwin harmonize. Lightly highlighted with a string section, Rudston-Brown’s guitar and the occasional melodica solo from Kirwin, Falls create a lush...

TRACK REVIEW: Jamaican Queens “Wellfleet Outro”

 “You bring me down. I don’t want to live here with you anymore.” Detroit outfit Jamaican Queens is a weird act. The music is chilling, the lyrics are depressing, but still, you walk away from band’s debut, Wormfood (out on...