Welcome back, Detroit Proud music fans, to this week’s edition of the Detroit Proud Playlist. We’ve done something special this week, featuring only a set of songs from one album. Why only one album, you ask? Well, this isn’t your typical album – it’s 40 Detroit artists collaborating in 10 groups to make 10 original songs…all about Detroit. Needless to say, it has more than sparked our interest…
Looking for weekend plans? Well, look no further, local music lovers. Saturday night brings a 5-band bill to Hamtramck’s New Dodge Lounge – and trust us, this is one show you won’t want to miss.
We’ve decided now that the snow is *mostly* gone, it’s time to celebrate Spring – so get up and move! We’ve packed this week’s playlist full of all varieties of electronic musicians that will get you in the dancing (or running, if that’s your thing) spirit…and a few more mellow tracks for when you need a rest – after all, it’s been a long winter.
Happy St. Patty’s day, Detroit Proud music lovers! To kick off this week’s festivities (or to wrap up from the weekend’s shenanigans), we’ve created the perfect playlist that will make you look like an expert in what’s what around Detroit.
It’s common knowledge to Detroiters that our town is home to some of the world’s best musicians. We’re at the top of every major music trend – from Motown to techno to garage rock. Detroit musicians have influenced and entertained millions, and that list will only continue to grow – we thought we’d pay tribute to some of those who set the bar high.
Hello, hello, music fans…we’ve put together a playlist that not even the most treacherous of winters could bring down. From an upcoming DJ that incorporates all genres to make his own style, to a singer-songwriter that has portrayed many famous musicians of our yesteryear, to already-known local favorites – we’re sure you’ll find something you like.
Colin’s new project, “John Panich Is Dead,” is a short film shot in the style of a music video, and it follows the new song from local artist John Panich, entitled “My Asteroid Wants to Kill Your Planet.”
This will be my second year participating in DETROIT by DETROIT, and I couldn’t be happier. Last year, I teamed up with my good friend Omar Aragones to cover Mayer Hawthorne. Omar and I decided to do something a bit different this year; we plan on covering Detroit artist Sixto Rodriguez.
Week after week we’re committed to searching, listening, and bringing you the best of what our city has to offer…in terms of music, that is. This week, in our playlist,we’ve brought in a few new names, sprinkled in some well-known favorites, and explored other tracks from local bands we’ve seen before.
This week’s edition of the Detroit Proud Playlist brings you some of the city’s most passionate artists and bands, sharing their stories to the world through music.