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Solid Dudes Kitchen

November 24, 2010


As rhythm section of Detroit experimental post-hardcore trio Heads Will Roll, Dave Graw and Derek Swanson found themselves adrift in 2007 when singer/guitarist Jeff Tuttle was recruited by The Dillinger Escape Plan to make a living by touring the world. “We were of the age where the idea of trying to start over with a […]


November 17, 2010


A pocket of authentic, angsty and abrasive adolescent Detroit punk circulates around Scott Dunkerley’s X! Records, which has been releasing records and seven-inches from bands like Tyvek, Fontana, Terrible Twos and Druid Perfume since 2003. Noisy and defiant psychedelia-infused vintage-punk trio Frustrations (Colin Simon on guitar/vocals, Dunkerley on drums/vocals and Sean Dufty on bass) are […]

Darling Imperial

November 10, 2010


Darling Imperial has seen several inceptions over the course of its young suburban life. In 2008 core duo George Jacobsen (guitar, vocals) and Sarah Sadovsky (vocals, tambourine) took on long-time friends Chris Vieau (guitar) and Carl Yute (bass) for a Hamtramck Blowout performance and shortly after acquired Adam Hayes (drums) after a fateful show at […]

Larry Larson

November 3, 2010


As a musician, painter, teacher, sculptor, animator, director and published poet, Larry Larson carries a to-do list that stretches to 2012. For sixteen years Larson has been performing weekly at Detroit’s Gaelic League and has established a close relationship with its patrons. “These people are like family members.” he says. “I’m there for the weddings, […]