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 Random Reviews: Objects of Wrath
Artist - Objects of Wrath
Song - Woe

Objects of Wrath label themselves as hardcore / rapcore but their song "Woe" turned out to be much more interesting than the typical tommy-gun lyrical thrashing over heavy-metal guitars I expected. Stylistically, "Woe" departs from your average rapcore song, borrowing shades of what sounds like Lou Reed in his Velvet Underground daze. Featuring a fuzz-box guitar, back-room production quality and an anthem-like chorus, "Woe" is refreshingly low-brow.

- Mitch
Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, September 02, 2001 @ 10:29:34 EDT (3285 reads)
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Topic: Opinion


 Webmaster calls it quits
After almost four years and countless hours of what turned out to be volunteer work (unfortunately) our illustrious webmaster, Rick, is leaving Michiganartsts.com. Due to the lack of administrative communication, hard promotion and ad revenue for the site, Rick has decided his talents are better appreciated and remunerated elsewhere. Although he will no longer be the solid backbone of Michiganartists.com that we've come to rely on so heavily, he will continue to be a genius behind the scenes, creating stellar sites on the web for all kinds of businesses. Rick we wish you all the luck, power and money you deserve for your selfless contributions.

UPDATE: MA might have let him get away, but MB will give him the respect he deserves. Drop Rick some e-mail and let him know how much you appreciate his hard work.

Sincerely,

Mitch
Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, September 02, 2001 @ 09:42:30 EDT (2705 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


 Featured Artists: Blade & Phly Hunniez
Artist - Blade & Phly Hunniez
Samples -
How We Do It / Ballers / Straight Dawgin' It wouldn't be right to highside our Feature Artist, Blade & Fly Hunniez, as their mugs' been up on our crib wall for over thirty. This is slickly produced hip-hop techno-dance music that, in keeping with tradition, leaves little to the imagination [parental guidance is suggestive(sic)]. Featuring three samples from their CD "Ballers," Blade & Phly Hunniez do for local hip-hop what skirts have been doing in local rock for years; drawin' punani to keep you scopin'. 'But ay yo trip - dese aint hoodrat, sack chasing boo-boo heads - dese is honey dip with grip who got head in D-town, dig? Dese is tasties who got their swerve on. Go on now, check 'em out.'

-Mitch
Posted by Chief Editor on Friday, August 31, 2001 @ 22:49:20 EDT (3004 reads)
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Topic: Featured


 Random Reviews: Section One
Artist - Section One
Song - Make No Mistake

Smashcore brats Section One from Lansing prove that there must be a collective unconscious as Carl Jung professed almost a hundred years ago. What other explanation could there be for this band sounding exactly like a thousand other bands I've had the misfortune of hearing? Ok, ok. It's angry, it's loud, it's "bassy," it's what happens when you piss-off a whole generation of young men by pretending they don't exist. So ROOOOOOOAAAAAR!!!!!!

-Mitch
Posted by Chief Editor on Thursday, August 30, 2001 @ 21:34:09 EDT (2234 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 Random Reviews: Fathers of the Id
Artist - Fathers of the Id
Song - Skilled In the War

Like Living Colour during a nervous breakdown, Fathers of the Id (and I love that name) whip your basic drives into a frenetic anxiety attack and keep funkin' you till you break something. This 1998 release from the "Liberation by Hearing" CD can be put on your list of "great independent music you always meant to buy but wasted on video rentals instead." With any luck you can still find a copy out there in the bins.
Posted by Chief Editor on Thursday, August 30, 2001 @ 20:59:25 EDT (2511 reads)
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Topic: Featured


 JIBILIAN/GLASS opening for The California Guitar Trio.
Anonymous writes Detroit's Progressive Duo, JIBILIAN/GLASS, will be opening for The California Guitar Trio, Monday, October 29, at The Ark, Ann Arbor, Mi., 316 S. Main St. Doors open at 7:30pm. For more info, check out www.garyjibilian.com.
Posted by Chief Editor on Wednesday, August 29, 2001 @ 22:35:45 EDT (2381 reads)
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Topic: Submitted News


 CD Review: Breakpoint X's
Editor Mitch Phillips gives his take on this young band's ambitious debut release.

"Break Point X have proved on their first outing that they have developed the necessary songwriting sensibilities to get the job done."


Click "Read More" below for the whole story and a track by track critique.
Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, August 26, 2001 @ 19:22:06 EDT (3006 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 Webster Listed As Finalist
Lucy Webster, a folk singer/songwriter from Walker, Mi. whose just released her sophomore effort "Keeping My Fingers Crossed," has been listed as a finalist in The New Folk Songwriting Contest. Webster is listed as #10 in the top thirty finalists for her songs "Cleansed" and "God's Pupil."
Webster was also honored on the nationally syndicated radio show, Acoustic Cafe in 1999 as '(one) of the best unsigend artists in America' and a finalist in the Lilith Fair talent search in 1998. Read more about LUCY WEBSTER and look for more news and reviews of this talented singer/songwriter on Michiganbands.com.
Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, August 26, 2001 @ 13:18:50 EDT (2379 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


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