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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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Hamtramck Music Festival unveils 200+ local band lineup

Next month marks the third annual Hamtramck Music Festival. This three-day event brings together more than 200 bands across 24 Detroit-area venues. HMF is “powered by the people” as the musicians and organizers are all volunteers. Three-day wristbands are just $10, and all proceeds go to the nonprofit group Ben’s Encore, which provides instruments, music lessons, and scholarships to youth…

The Erers – “I Can Do Anything” | DMM Premiere
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The Erers – “I Can Do Anything” | DMM Premiere

  In our city’s constantly evolving musical landscape, The Erers pay tribute to its legendary garage rock roots. Their infectious sound finds its residence between a heavy three-chord riff foundation and the echoes of psychedelic blues-rock jams.   After more than a year of anticipation, The Erers (pronounced “Erz”) are ready to share their newest release,…

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Moodymann is next in line to mix DJ-Kicks, out February 19

  The esteemed DJ-Kicks series is without question one of the most important mix collections of all time. From its inception in 1995, it has hosted legendary artists from around the world, encompassing genres from techno and house to drum’n’bass and beyond. While its list of international curators is staggering, the series has always respected…

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Hebinomichi launches Future Perfect series in Detroit

  Hebinomichi, which means “The Serpent’s Path” in Japanese, is an artists’ collective and label founded by Denver-based producer SteLouse and Detroit beatmaker aah-ooh. The crew recently announced that it had found a new home in Detroit with its upcoming Future Perfect series.   Future Perfect plans to bring some of the most talented contemporary…

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Interview: 2Lanes

2Lanes is the alias of Joe Linden. The DJ and producer seeks to keep the lifeblood of the Motor City’s electronic music legacy moving ever forward. Drawing inspiration from footwork and funk to social media networks like Vine, 2Lanes’ unique personality is right at home in Detroit’s diverse creative scene.   Detroit Music Magazine sat…

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Eminem calls in to radio show and speaks with Redman

  Lord Sear recently hosted New Jersey rapper Redman on The All Out Show. What should have been a standard episode of the program, which airs on SiriusXM satellite radio, ended up becoming a legendary edition to the series.   While Redman was in the studio, the creator of the Shade 45 channel himself — Eminem — called…

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D12 — The Devil’s Night Mixtape: Reloaded

  Bugz has been dead for 16 years. Proof has been dead for 9. Eminem hasn’t been interested in a full-fledged reunion, and it’s been 11 years since their last album. The group now consists of Eminem, Bizarre, Kuniva, Swifty McVay, Fuzz Scoota, and Kon Artis, yet many questioned if we would ever see another…

SHADES release a scathing remix of Danny Brown’s “Lie4”

  Danny Brown’s 2011 album, XXX, is still being rinsed out on speakers around the world. As proof, earlier this week the track “Lie4” received a scathing remix from new duo SHADES, which comprises Belgian drum’n’bass savant Alix Perez and Bay Area hip-hop producer Eprom. This unlikely partnership has yielded a unique blend of gritty,…

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