Detroit

Noisey News

Danny Brown's Long-Shelved 'Live at the Majestic' Doc Is Finally Out

The film is now up on Brown's website, a full year after it was supposed to hit Apple Music.
Alex Robert Ross
11.7.18
we saw this

Trip Metal Festival Is One of America's Last Refuges for Real Freaks

The Detroit festival remains one of the most forward thinking festivals in America.
Zachary Lipez
6.11.18
Premieres

Detroit's Bonny Doon Knows No One Knows Shit in Their 20s

Listen to the Detroit band’s "A Lotta Things," a confident song about feeling adrift, and read co-frontman Bill Lennox talk on the new LP 'Longwave.'
Josh Terry
2.15.18
New music

Protomartyr Debut Their New Album Early, But in Jukeboxes

In the meantime, you can listen to a new song called "Don't Go to Anacita."
Phil Witmer
9.26.17
we saw this

We Talked to People at the Largest Free Jazz Festival on the Planet

The 38th annual Detroit Jazz Festival took over the city for four days last weekend.
Natalie Weiner
9.6.17
New music

Protomartyr's "A Private Understanding" Is the Sound of Confusion

Their new album and Domino Records debut 'Relatives in Descent' is out September 29.
Phil Witmer
7.10.17
Interviews

Whatever Makes JMSN Happy

Maybe it's drinking. Maybe it's working with Kendrick. Maybe it's his Prince-infused new album, 'Whatever Makes U Happy.' We sit down with the LA-via-Detroit singer born Christian Berishaj to talk about it all.
Justin Staple
5.8.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Tee Grizzley and Lil Yachty Unite Two Cities in "From the D to the A" Video

Putting on for your hometown should always look and feel this good.
Phil Witmer
5.5.17
Noisey News

Here's a New Jack White Track, "Battle Cry," That Turned up by Surprise Overnight

The instrumental arrived on streaming services without warning.
Alex Robert Ross
4.7.17
Future Days

I Decided It's Time to Seriously Get into Insane Clown Posse

Enough with the irony: Psychopathic Records has done a ton of good things for rap, including these "psyphers" with Cold187um.
Drew Millard
3.16.17
Essays

On 'Atrocity Exhibition,' Danny Brown Finally Faces Himself

The tug-of-war between cleaning up and maintaining the rockstar lifestyle is absent.
Lawrence Burney
9.30.16
Longreads Or Whatever

Danny Brown Has No Competition

On the cusp of the Detroit rapper's 'Atrocity Exhibition,' the now 35-year-old is more comfortable than ever. This is his moment.
Paul Thompson
9.13.16
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