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TRACK REVIEW: Stonefield “Sister”

Life is tough, and sometimes you need a dense track to complement that type of outlook. If you’ve found yourself in need of this type of song lately, then search no further than Stonefield’s track “Sister.” It’s the perfect descriptor for...

TRACK REVIEW: Betty Who “Human Touch”

Betty Who’s latest single “Human Touch” is the pop dream we’ve been waiting to have. It’s bubbly and upbeat, danceworthy and synthy—pretty much, it’s everything we’ve come to expect from Betty Who at this point. The Australian songstress’ voice is...

TRACK REVIEW: Goodman “Hiccup”

With a very Beatles-esque vibe, Goodman is here to bring a bit of sunshine and chill to your dreary winter days with his latest single “Hiccup.” Singer/songwriter Michael Goodman delivers us this feel-good track that walks the line between...

PLAYING DETROIT: Bonny Doon “I See You”

What do you get when you mix emoji-filled birthday texts from mom, a drunken journey through liquor store shelves and conflicted selves, plastic cup inebriation, and happy-to-be-alive appreciation?

TRACK PREMIERE: Citrus & Katie “Sludge”

Citrus & Katie’s latest track “Sludge” embodies its title, dredging its way through your system and sitting contentedly in your ears. It’s parts garage rock, funk, soul, and pop, making for an upbeat fusion track that’ll leave you smiling....

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...

TRACK REVIEW: Blinders “Hero”

Blinders' new track "Hero" will fill you to the brim with synthy goodness and have you dancing in no time. Review by AudioFemme.

TRACK REVIEW: Jesse Mac Cormack “Repeat”

With his minimalist style and entrancing rhythms, Jesse Mac Cormack is putting out music that'll have you grooving in no time. His single "Repeat" from his latest EP After the Glow is a shining example of that.

PLAYING DETROIT: Nydge “Lemme Know” (Feat. Joshua)

A trippy love ballad that begs for another chance and bounces around like teenagers flirting at the mall, "Lemme Know" is a playful plea and a totally danceable account of an impending heartbreak.

VIDEO REVIEW: Ex Reyes “Bad Timing”

Beautiful cinematography, chill vibes, and impressive Mardi Gras costumes and makeup are to be found in Ex Reyes' recent video for his single "Bad Timing"—meaning, it's a video worth watching.