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Valley Hush — Valley Hush

  Valley Hush recently put out their highly anticipated debut LP. It’s surprising that this is the indie-pop duo’s first full-length, as they have been active performers since 2014. The self-titled release — most of which was recorded at Assemble Sound — includes the previously teased singles “Iris,” “Iced Cream,” “Sedimentary,” and “Concepts,” but the…

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The DMM Guide to Echo Fest 2017

  Echo Fest will hold its seventh iteration this weekend in Detroit, hosting a slew of influential and prolific bands from the realm of psychedelia, garage rock, noise, and experimental music. Over the last couple of years the festival has grown in popularity, often selling out of tickets and moving from The Loving Touch to…

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Tumblr users release Sufjan Stevens and Drake mashup album

  Last Halloween, Detroit native Sufjan Stevens shocked the world when he covered “Hotline Bling” and proved that even the nomadic folk singer was susceptible to the human meme that is Aubrey Drake Graham.   Something not so shocking is the amount of online fan fiction surrounding Stevens. This is a man who went from…

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MotorKam — “Redlight” | DMM Premiere

  Rising Detroit hip-hop artist MotorKam makes it clear he needs a “freaky girl” in his life with the release of second single “Redlight” from his forthcoming Black Daddy project. Kam throws it all at us within the first few seconds of the tune, beginning with upbeat jungle-style percussion and quickly leading into a very…

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Danny Brown — Atrocity Exhibition

  The first sound we hear on Danny Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition recalls nothing so much as it does the eerie slide guitar riff from the title sequence to the show Breaking Bad, which creator Vince Gilligan initially pitched as “a story about a man who transforms himself from Mr. Chips into Scarface.” By series end,…

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James Linck — No Future

  James Linck’s No Future is a bittersweet celebration of his last days in Detroit. This will be his final release before the alt-R&B singer-songwriter moves to the West Coast to pursue his musical career. While writing and recording this EP, Linck was not aware of his impending move, but in hindsight, No Future sounds like a sign of…

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DSO announces “reimagined” venue and strolling concert event

  The Detroit Symphony Orchestra continues to demonstrate its commitment to diverse programming and innovative cultural experiences with two recent announcements. Last week, the organization introduced the Peter D. & Julie F. Cummings Cube, a revamped performance space that also marks the beginning of new programming stream for the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher…

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