In the 1980s, in Michigan and elsewhere, the punk and hardcore music scenes were developing heavily thanks to a relentless group of bands who were forming and playing in any venue that would host their style of music. In 1981, Angry Red Planet was formed by brothers Tim and John Pakledinaz and Vince Delisi, and Read More
Last Thursday Mexican Knives released their new music video via Noisey for their track “Killer Snake,” from the 2013 EP “Other Tramps.” Want more Mexican Knives? Check them out here: Facebook Bandcamp Souncloud Filmed, Directed and Edited by Wesley Levise Additional footage shot by Esme McClear Song by Mexican Knives
Mexican Knives release a brand new EP entitled “Other Tramps” The two track EP contains the songs “Killer Snake” and “Make This Moment” Please check back later today for a brand new music video by the Mexican Knives. Want to learn more? Check out their Facebook here!
Two Saturdays ago, a mass of indie fans filed into the Berkley Front’s euphonious attic to see Meadower play their beloved indie rock ballads. This Meadower show was unique because their openers included Huumans (Detroit) and The Most Dangerous Animal (Flint). This Meadower show was unique because their guitarist, Brent Mosser, made screen-printed posters by Read More
This week was no contest with the Gutter Ghouls and their recent release of their video “Corpse Bride.” Its been a favorite of mine for a while now, and the video is amazing! I have enjoyed seeing them live more then once, and their show is something you wont forget. It gets your heart beating Read More
Best Coast is an American indie rock band based in Los Angeles, California, and is often categorized under the subgenres of garage rock, surf pop, and lo-fi. The members are frontwoman/songwriter Bethany Cosentino and multi-instrumentalist Bobb Bruno. The band is recognizable for their fuzzy, low-fidelity sound in the vein of surf rock. They write one Read More
I was 24 when my psychobilly cherry was popped. When people talk about the Detroit music scene these days they’re usually referring to mostly electronic, garage punk, or hip hop. Psychobilly, for those who aren’t familiar with the genre, is made up of elements of punk then mixed with pieces of horror (usually from old Read More