Interview: Gosh Pith

Gosh Pith discusses the creation of cosmic trap, the Detroit music community and their upcoming EP.


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Interview: Jamaican Queens

Detroit trap-pop trio Jamaican Queens discuss Detroit, touring overseas and their upcoming album.


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Interview: Shigeto

Electronic innovator Shigeto discusses his performance at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, composing a documentary soundtrack and the undeniable influence of Detroit.




  • Interview: Gosh Pith

    2 days ago

        Gosh Pith is a young electronic duo that dabbles in the psychedelic and the soulful. Their self-proclaimed “cosmic-trap” seems to originate in the forgotten corner of the basement, where all the good stuff is stowed away.

  • Interview: Jamaican Queens

    6 days ago

    Jamaican Queens (Stuart Moutrie | Detroit Music Magazine)   Since releasing their debut album, Wormfood, just over two years ago, the Detroit-based band Jamaican Queens have earned critical acclaim and become Motor City music royalty. But the group appears unbounded – either by city limits or stylistic conventions.

  • Interview: Shigeto

    1 week ago

      An Ann Arbor-native, but longtime Detroit resident and musician, Shigeto is one of electronic music’s most intriguing figures.     Shigeto (born Zachary Shigeto Saginaw) is able to practice musical exploration freely at his Rivertown Detroit, in-home studio.

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