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Solid Dudes Kitchen

November 24, 2010

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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 […]

Frustrations

November 17, 2010

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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

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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

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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, […]