This past weekend, the North Cass Community Union successfully hosted its 37th annual “Dally in the Alley”- Detroit’s largest annual community festival celebrating local music, arts, and overall Detroit awesomeness. We’ve re-capped this year’s fest with some of our favorite tweets, posts, and pics!
The series features multimedia and spoken word, Arabic classical and folk, Native American hip-hop and Afro-Cuban-infused jazz fusion.
MO POP boasts an impressive line-up – and among big names like Young The Giant, Cold War Kids, and Tokyo Police Club, we spotted Detroit’s own Flint Eastwood. We were lucky enough to chat with front-gal Jax Anderson in advance of their MO POP appearance this weekend. Check it out!
As a Detroit artist, I’ve always looked for a place to call home: a place to develop my skills, create, rehearse, and perform. There was no single place in the city that offered all of these things until Detroit Institute of Music Education (DIME) opened its doors this spring.
Are there some songs you just can’t get out of your mind … or you instantly dial switch when you hear it?
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Drake season is about to go into overdrive.
Besides the Redbull, hula-hoops and glow sticks, the Movement Electronic Music Festival is all about the techno.
It can make us feel like dancing, it can moves us to tears and in many times of life, music can help us heal.
Craig Covey, a Ferndale resident, founded the festival 13 years ago, as a way to motivate people to get out of the house in the middle of winter and into local businesses.