Inchaus, Author at Detroit Music Magazine Inchaus, Author at Detroit Music Magazine

Articles by Inchaus

Inchaus

Detroit via Ann Arbor. Michigan film grad, movie buff, and audiophile. Part-time grad student, part-time photographer, writer, and producer. Has musical ADD, but consistently listens to hip-hop, indie rock, and techno.


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Wall 2 Wall series launches with Actress, Elysia Crampton

  Detroit and electronic music may be seen as synonymous, but despite the nearly ubiquitous presence of techno’s mechanical pulse in commercial pop and the increasing number of collaborations between hip-hop artists and forward-thinking beatmakers, it can often appear as if local promoters try to reluctant to book acts who’ve taken our city’s legacy and…

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Ypsilanti store only location to sell new Aphex Twin record

  In yet another bizarre move by Richard D. James, the experimental techno producer who records under the name Aphex Twin, it appears that his latest release is being sold in Ypsilanti — and only in Ypsilanti. The 12″ can be purchased at Technical Equipment Supply, a record store owned by Ghostly’s Todd Osborn. The…

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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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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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Electric Forest Festival will expand to two weekends in 2017

  Electric Forest Festival has announced an expansion to two weekends starting in 2017. The 2016 installment of the Rothbury, Michigan-based event was the biggest to date, leaving many fans without tickets. In a statement on the official website, organizers have stated that they wanted to not only “preserve intimacy and integrity,” but also bring…

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