Michigan

bootlegs

Feel Free to Cry Along to This Newly Unearthed Sufjan Stevens Set

The set from Calvin College in April 2004 gives us a glimpse at an artist who was still (seemingly) serious about the 50 states project, using nothing more than a guitar and banjo.
Alex Robert Ross
5.14.18
Noisey News

Kid Rock Is No Longer Running For Senate, Democracy Weeps

"Fuck no, I’m not running for Senate," —Kid Rock, October 2017.
Lauren O'Neill
10.24.17
Interviews

Aaron Dilloway's Crackling 'The Gag File' Arrives, a Decade in the Making

We talk to the experimentalist about how his new album is a vibrant and bizarre collection of noise. Stream it now.
Marc Masters
4.26.17
Premieres

Wander Into Neo-Soul With JMSN's Smooth-As-Heck New Track, "Where Do U Go"

It's taken from the Michigan-born, LA-Based artist's forthcoming 'Whatever Makes U Happy' LP.
Alex Robert Ross
3.30.17
Premieres

Stream This Shit-Hot New Split from Cloud Rat and Crevasse

Our favorite Michigan grind sweethearts have teamed up with a crew of Dutch/German powerviolence punks on a crucial new seven-inch
Kim Kelly
3.23.17
Premieres

Cloud Rat and Moloch Unite in Grind, Doom, and Friendship on a New Split

Stream a grip of killer new songs from the Michigan grind punks and UK sludge demons, out 4/10 on Halo of Flies
Kim Kelly
3.9.17
Interviews

Tunde Olaniran Wants You to Be You and Be Great

The Flint, Michigan, pop experimentalist talks about how to make political music that isn't corny and shares the video for "Namesake."
Kyle Kramer
7.20.16
Interviews

Singer-Songwriter BØRNS Builds His Glam Pop Kingdom One Record at a Time

The LA up-and-comer speaks about his debut album and weathering a potentially life-changing Taylor Swift shout out.
Ilana Kaplan
10.23.15
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Stephen Colbert Just Interviewed Eminem on Public Television in Michigan

Only in Monroe, baby!
John Hill
7.1.15
International Women's Day 2016

The Story of Dohrn, or How Kate Nash Got Into Death Metal

Alicia Warrington has played with everyone from Kelly Osbourne to Miley Cyrus to Selena Gomez. Stream her crushing new track "Levels of Hate" from her new death metal project, Dohrn.
Kim Kelly
6.23.15
Interviews

Whitey Morgan Is Country Music's Last Great Honky Tonk Hero

Listen to the Michigan outlaw's "Low Down on the Backstreets," and get to know the man who's taking on pop country with both guns blazing.
Kim Kelly
4.23.15
New music

Violent Pits, Knife Fights, and Being Shot: An Interview with the Notoriously Violent King 810

Beatdowns & breakdowns, AKs & underemployment
Joseph Schafer
5.19.14
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