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Danny Brown documentary shelved by Apple Music

  According to tweets from Danny Brown, Apple Music has shelved the previously announced wide release of the rapper’s concert documentary Live at the Majestic. The film was slated for availability on the platform on November 7 but has yet to be released.   Last week, Apple Music premiered the trailer for the documentary, which…

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Eminem teases possible new album, Revival

Embed from Getty Images   It’s safe to say that we could be getting a new Eminem project sometime soon.   If you somehow missed the boat on the mystery surrounding Revival, a quick refresher might get you up to speed. As evidenced by this photo, Em and his team seem to have taken an…

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The White Stripes announce first-ever cassette release

  Break out your old Walkman… The White Stripes have announced the release of their first three albums — The White Stripes (1999), De Stijl (2000), and White Blood Cells (2001) — on limited edition white cassettes, exclusively for Cassette Store Day 2017 this upcoming Saturday, October 14. According to Third Man Records, the reissues…

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Little Caesars Arena to open amid protest of Kid Rock show

  Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena officially opens its doors to the public this Tuesday night with a sold-out Kid Rock concert, the first in a string of six shows planned over the next two weeks. However, the Romeo-based artist and Olympia Entertainment (the arena’s operator) are both catching heat from Al Sharpton’s National Action Network…

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U2 recall heyday at Ford Field stop of The Joshua Tree tour

  Pity the hardcore U2 fan; despite their idol’s unflagging ability to command blockbuster ticket sales and stay atop the Billboard charts, recent years have also found the Irish quartet dogged by lukewarm reviews and a flailing public image. From Bono’s much-parodied savior complex to the snafu over the band’s iPhone “release” of 2014’s Songs…

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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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