Emilie Rivard is playing Hamtramck Music Festival this weekend. She plays in The Mishaps and solo all over Detroit.
Jackamo plays us songs and talks about how their bare bones style allows them to craft their stunningly arranged music. They are one whacky neighbor away from a sitcom.
On this episode, we put several people and organizations on blast, talk about how music reviews can influence artists, and much more.
!Dispatch is back! On this episode, Dispatch favorites come back and talk about running through the airport, songs for wrestlers, and the pros to producing singles in today’s landscape.Audra Kubat website – www.audrakubat.comDon Duprie Bandcamp – https://donduprie.bandcamp.com/Alison Lewis String of Ponies Bandcamp – https://stringofponies.bandcamp.com/Alison Lewis Twilight Babies – https://thetwilightbabies.bandcamp.com/Alison Lewis at HMF – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbDEYhGeEag
(Mike and Angie Ward join Scott and Dave in kicking off Season Two of the Dispatch! *train whistle noise*Being a landmark 50th episode, we get pretty meta in this one.
Ryan Trager joins Dave and Scott to talk about creativity and the process.
One of my favorite Detroit songwriters and people, Vern! He is absolutely unmistakable and this podcast is no different. Hear how Vern developed his indelible stage presence and how a schoolyard crime ring led him to playing piedmont blues.
Mar Brisa is a multi-cultural artist, debuting her new album Ciclos tonight at Otus Supply in Ferndale.
Willa Rae Adamo reflects on playing music in Detroit before moving to New York.
Pancho Villa’s Skull is a mariachi punk band from Pontiac headed by brothers Tino and Rolando Ybarra.