Author: Madeline Fetchiet

Artist Spotlight: Sacral Crown

Sacral Crown, a producer/DJ hailing from Ann Arbor, MI, has been busy this summer. He just returned from Electric Forest, where he was hustling the good old fashioned way by playing at campsites and spreading his music from ear-to-ear. On top of that, he released a charitable EP titled In Memorium. All proceeds from the album will be donated to Haven, […]

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Top 10 Things To Know About Faster Horses Festival 2015

The third annual Faster Horses Festival is coming to Brooklyn, Michigan July 17-19. Faster Horses is new to the music festival scene, so don’t feel bad if you’ve never heard of it alongside Electric Forest, Bonnaroo or Lollapalooza. Faster Horses is a three-day country music and camping festival at the Michigan International Speedway. The 2015 line-up […]

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4 Reasons NSYNC is Due For a Reunion Tour

When NSYNC reunited at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards to perform “Bye Bye Bye” and “Girlfriend,” I was given a major sense of false hope. Major. Like many now 20-something women who idolized the band as scrunchy-wearing, hair-crimping, 90s chicks, I too believed this was a sign that NSYNC was preparing for a reunion tour. […]

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15 Of My Favorite One-Hit-Wonder Raps

That track comes on the radio with a catchy hook, bangin’ beat, and easy-to-memorize lyrics, quenching my thirst for some mainstream storytelling. It’s one of the many one-hit-wonders that have graced our radios over the years, and I can’t help but sing (or rap) along. One-hit-wonders are seemingly created using a simple formula: overused subject matter, a quirky […]

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Top 10 Detroit Summer Concerts Under $50

Detroit always boasts a solid concert line-up in the spring and summer, from Movement Electronic Music Festival, to concerts at Chene Park and on the lawn of the DTE Energy Music Theater. But if you’re on a budget, the choices can seem overwhelming. My philosophy? The less you spend, the more artists you can see. Check out my […]

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Bowing Down To The King: 1925-2015

B.B. King died peacefully in his sleep last Thursday, leaving behind Lucille, his widowed guitar from which the blues bled. He was 89-years-old. The King of the Blues also left behind a large throne to fill by whoever is the next prince to claim it. King’s legacy will guide those perpetuating the genre, but the […]

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Artist Spotlight: Andrew Kauffmann

This story begins in a bedroom closet. It was there that a misunderstood, quiet, middle child from Ann Arbor, Michigan dreamt of being an emcee. It was in a bedroom closet where Andrew Kauffmann began to hone his craft, setting his flow of consciousness to music. It was there that he began to find his […]

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