This week, we’ve cultivated a list of 10 of our favorite Madonna songs…check ’em out!
Week after week, our Detroit Proud Playlist is dedicated to bringing you the best names in Detroit music – from local, up-and-coming bands to established artists. This week, we’re proud to bring you a list of some of our favorite hardworking, local Detroit acts, past and present.
Our Detroit Proud Playlist comes together each week with one goal: to share songs from the talented and admired musicians (and bands) from the Detroit area with the community. See who we picked this week!
Whether you celebrate the changing of the seasons by going up north for camping and tubing, or just barbequing in your backyard – we’ve created the perfect Detroit Proud Playlist for you to kick off your Summer!
Hey there, Detroit Proud music fans, have you ever heard of a little thing called the Detroit Music Awards? We thought for this week’s playlist we would shine a light on this year’s winners…check them out!
They’re a movement by themselves, but a force when they’re together. Ryan, Jasmin, and Chelsea are Love Dollhouse, the newest vocal group from Detroit.
We often focus on our local up-and-comers, though every now and again we put the spotlight on those famous names that make us proud to say they hail from Detroit! Check out some of the names that give Detroit bragging rights!
“I think you can be inspired by anything.” George Morris has been writing music since he was in high school, first in a style known as “bedroom pop.” Why? Well, he would write and record it all in his bedroom, all on his own. “Everyday interactions, books,” George says. He pulls inspiration from everything around him. He jokes “even romantic comedies. You just have to keep your eyes open.”
Their sound is not like anything you’ve heard before – especially not here in Detroit. They blend together, in perfect harmony…a mash-up of ‘70s rock and ‘60s pop, maybe a bit of a psychedelic flair, with goofy lyrics and captivating guitar melodies. Imagine if you took the gritty-bluesy rock from The Black Keys, blended in the resonance of the album Disraeli Gears by Cream (make sure you give “Sympathetic Strings” a listen), and then topped it with a poppy beat similar to The Zombies. To be fair, that only paints a small picture of who The Oscillating Fan Club are – one of Metro Detroit’s most promising up-and-coming bands.