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 Jay Hussle's FaceBook Flow Available For Download And Sharing

Jay Hussle releases Facebook Flow onlineI finally checked my MB messages after several months (spending too much time on FaceBook these days), I found a message from Pontiac-born-n-raised rapper, Jay Hussle.  Seems his flirtation with a major-label has come to a disappointing end so he's decided to release his latest recordings online - which seems perfectly appropriate considering "Facebook Flow" borrows its lyrics from Jay's status updates on Facebook. There are ten tracks waiting for your perusal over at PodBean.com with such pithy posts as, "I'm a henchman / hung up on the politics / If you talk a lot of shit / one day you will swallow it" and "..wake up in the morning with a sexy-ass soccer-mom / flip a couple pancakes / watch the way her ass shakes".  Wow, I have to step-up my Facebook game.  - Mitch    

Click "read more" below for the link and more about Jay Hussle on MB.

Posted by mitch on Saturday, October 02, 2010 @ 11:39:57 EDT (4574 reads)
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 MB Welcomes 40 oz of Spite

40oz of SpiteI get into arguments all the time about what's really punk rock and what's pop-punk or power-pop or some other sub-genre that borrows from the punk aesthetic while ignoring the punk ethos. It's a useless pursuit of purism, really (i'm a good one for those), but my definition is basically anything that is apt to piss-off or severly irritate those who cling to prevailing norms and popularity. In Grand Rapids, where this band is from, the "norm" might be right-wing Christians who love Dancing With The Stars and support The TEA party.  So I'm pretty confident 40 oz Of Spite is a real punk rock band because their tune, "Bucky's Doing Heroin", explains in the first 30 seconds exactly how to prep and shoot smack. That should still do it. If not, praise Allah at the next TEA party pep-rally and burn a copy of the constitution. Now that would be punk. - Mitch

Michiganbands.com welcomes 40 oz of Spite as the latest addition to our Original Artists / Punk category. Click "Read More" below for link and upcoming gig info.

Posted by mitch on Thursday, September 30, 2010 @ 22:10:00 EDT (4378 reads)
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 MB Welcomes I The Sky

I The SkyThe great thing about I The Sky, besides their cool name and obvious talent for songwriting, is their website.  Everything you need is on one page including an embedded player that immediately plays every track on their self-titled debut, all the lyrics to those songs, a short bio right at the top of the page, a small gallery of photos, a contact form, and a short, anchored menu right at the top - instant gratification for an editor who doesn't want have to search for all of that information. That said, you should just go check it out for yourself at: http://ithesky.com/sky/.  Michiganbands.com welcomes I The Sky as the latest addition to our Original Artists / Moder Rock category.

Posted by mitch on Tuesday, September 21, 2010 @ 18:17:27 EDT (3814 reads)
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 MB Welcomes Nathan Montgomery

Nathan MontgomeryNathan Montgomery lives for his music. He's a teaches it, writes it, and performs it in a variety of genres and contexts.   After graduating from Wayne State University on a full music scholorship in 2002, Montgomery went on to direct the the guitar program at Arts Academy in The Woods in Fraser from 2003 to 2010 and has now returned to one of his first gigs as an instructor at Gus Zoppi's Music in Sterling Heights.  As a solo jazz artist, Nathan has released two instrumental acoustic guitar cd’s, For Your Ears Only, 2-5 Jive and has a third CD in the works. He's also playing with several other projects including 45th Parallel (live acoustic guitar pop and rock duo), 7MJ- rock/soul and occasionally a few others. MichiganBands.com welcomes Nathan Montgomery as our latest link in our Original Artists / Instrumentalist category.  Nathan's website is stuffed with interesting blog posts, a full biography, videos and, of course, samples of his music. Click "read more" below for links to all the usual places. 

Posted by mitch on Saturday, September 18, 2010 @ 14:15:00 EDT (3951 reads)
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 John Ludi Gets Praise from Pluto
PlutoRadio writes

John LudiJohn Ludi allows us to use his material on our eclectic musician minded radio stream...  Pluto Radio is a rock, blues, trip-hop, alternative country cross over, electric cowboy hippie thing, plutoradio.com.

Feedback from our listeners indicate John Ludi's music is lyrical, intelligent, insightful as well as melodic.  Between the Quiet Earth Orchestra and music that he has produced under his own name, and/or The Soft war, Mr. Ludi's music has helped us build an interesting international fan base with a true appreciation for the many cross-over musical styles which are commonly associated with rock and roll.  I've been quoted as saying John Ludi has Bowie's voice - only better.  His voice, along with the musical insight of any memorable early 70's progressive rocker, gives Mr. Ludi's music (and words) a understated ying/yang eloquence which tends to reveal the fragility of the human heart along with the hidden character of our souls.

Pluto Radio is an advocate of the unsung musician, therefore, we suggest that anyone who enjoys progressive, lyrical vibe look John up and give his sound a listen…  John Ludi at johnludi.com  Good to see Mr. Ludi on this website, Michigan Bands freakin' rock!

My best from the great American desert. 

(program director at Pluto Radio)  Lee-

Posted by webmaster on Saturday, September 18, 2010 @ 08:31:03 EDT (4504 reads)
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 MB Welcomes Bricktown Station

Bricktown Bricktown Station Station (a.k.a. The 5th Floor) have been mixing up their very own brand of Detroit "Loft Rock" since 2001 and are still, reportedly, going strong.  This tight-knit quartet (well, quintet if you count "Roxanne" - a beautiful set of classic Ludwig Vistalights that gets her very own bio page), consists of Phil Bolden on bass, Mark Ray on drums, Christina Morgan on vocals and John.....John....uh....John the guitar guy. The band released their debut album entitled "Home" in 2007 which is available both on iTunes and CDbaby. MB would like to welcome Bricktown Station as the latest addition to our Original Artists /  Funk & Soul category. Click "read more" below for the band's links.

Posted by mitch on Thursday, August 05, 2010 @ 20:06:43 EDT (4218 reads)
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 STATIC PRESENTS "SUMMERFEST" SONGWRITER SHOWCASE CORKTOWN TAVERN

Celebrate summer at the "Summerfest Songwriter Showcase" on Friday, August 6 at 9pm at The Corktown Tavern.
 
Performing will be six of Detroit's finest singer-songwriters playing solo sets or with their bands:

Join us for a night of song in celebration of the season. These talented performers will each play a half hour set starting at 9:30. Expect to hear old favorites and new songs from their repertoire. 
 
Cover is $6 and 21 and over are welcome to attend. The Corktown Tavern is located at 1716 Michigan Ave. in Detroit. 313-961-5103.
www.corktowntavern.com
 
For more information or photos of the performers contact suestatic@aol.com or www.staticrecords.com

Posted by webmaster on Saturday, July 31, 2010 @ 09:32:06 EDT (4325 reads)
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 Morseville Bridge release 2 new tracks for free download
mistercreepy writes

 Morseville BridgeFlint Michigan Indie folk rock band Morseville Bridge has just released two brand new tracks "Let Me Out" and "Thirsty Little Parasites" available for free download off of our  new album for late 2010.  These two tracks show a bit of a transformation in our sound. Still as raw as we have ever been, with our latest recordings we show our fans a more aggressive side with an album that better reflects the Morseville Bridge live show sound. Something that says to people who have not seen us preform, "just because there is an acoustic guitar being played, doesn't mean we cant make it scream!".  Click "read more" below.

Posted by mitch on Saturday, July 24, 2010 @ 08:21:43 EDT (4825 reads)
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