Detroit Proud music fans! One of our favorite Detroit blogs, (or as they call themselves, the “anti-blog”) MOTORCITYBLOG, is celebrating their 10 year anniversary! For 10 years, MOTORCITYBLOG has been documenting Detroit – from local music updates, concert coverage, and more!
Their special 10 year anniversary bash is also a great way to help generate donations for the Michigan Humane Society. The “Perfect 10” anniversary celebration will feature 10 of Detroit’s talented acts in a fundraiser for the Michigan Humane Society, at The Jazz Café inside the Music Hall Detroit.READ MORE: The Detroit Zoo To Host Its Final Weekend Of Family-Friendly Halloween Event 'Zoo Boo' Oct. 22-24
Mark your calendars for THIS Saturday, January 17th, from 5pm to 2am. “Once again, our goal is to celebrate the longevity of MCB with a fun event which highlights the diversity of music on the rise here in Detroit while raising money for a great charity such as the Michigan Humane Society,” said Chris Vertigo, managing editor of MOTORCITYBLOG.
To get the party started early – we dedicated this week’s playlist to the “Perfect 10” Detroit acts that will take the stage this Saturday…check them out!
YUM – “Shotgun”
YUM is a garage rock band that considers themselves as “Two Michiganders who enjoy being loud and sweaty. We create music for ourselves and for everyone around us.” Check them out here!
The Ill Itches – “Michigan Ave Meltdown”
The Ill Itches are traditional rock and roll and they’re not afraid to show it. Raucous rock, with garage and punk rock elements make them a sight to see live. Check them out here!
Warhorses – “Rumble Seat”
Warhorses are heavy trance-like rock that grooves into a fluid and melodic landscape. They’re redefining what a rock band can be. Check them out here!
Pewter Cub – “If You Can Hold Your Breath”
An alternative Detroit indie-rock band that magically blends pop-rock and shoegaze, Pewter Cub is a triumvirate of sound, matter and sometimes sight. Check them out here!
Amino Acids – “Dunked In The Think Tank”
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The Amino Acids are a group of goofball rockers who play a jam of surf-rock music – which is a genre we don’t often see here in Detroit. The Amino Acids definitely push the boundaries on in Detroit and they’re quickly drawing large attention. Check them out here!
Electric Lion Sound Wave Experiment – “Autumn Statues”
Electric Lion Sound Wave Experiment don’t only have the longest name in the Detroit music scene (don’t worry, we kid!) but also are well ahead of their game in the dream-pop, experimental psychedelic electronic scene. They’re also a sight to see live with their colorful light shows. Check them out here!
J. Walker & The Crossguards – “Driftin Around”
J. Walker & The Crossguards are old time Detroit soul, wrapped up in a rock and roll outfit. They’re everything great about the Detroit music scene, with garage, punk, blues, and indie musicians all coming together to make beautifully soulful music. Check them out here!
Ted Nagy – “12 Noon Til 2”
A songwriter his whole life, Ted Nagy studied jazz music at Wayne State University and now plays around town. He’s played Woody Guthrie Festival, Double Door, Ford Detroit International Jazz Festival, Detroit Festival of the Arts, Dally In The Alley, Arts, Beats, and Eats, Hill Auditorium, and many more. Check him out here!
The Philter – “Almost… (Get Killed)”
The Philter are an alternative indie-rock band that captures the heart of new wave, and blends in a post-punk and shoegaze element. Check them out here!
Velveteen Rabbit – “Fighter’s Lullaby”
Velveteen Rabbit are Detroit’s pop avant-garde, they’re upbeat and fun with a rock opera feel. It’s tempestuous, elusive, and utterly hypnotic. Check them out here!
There you go! Tickets are $10 at the door, or $20 for VIP access. There will also be four special guest DJs performing throughout the night, including Navdo, CA$H4GOLD, DJ Mikelod, and Sexual Tension. To find out more about the “Perfect 10” MOTORCITYBLOG celebration, click here!MORE NEWS: Michigan Reports 7,505 New COVID-19 Cases, 118 Deaths
Or, if you don’t think you can make the event, but would still like to donate and help the Michigan Humane Society, click here!