“Calling it Adrian Thaws is saying you don’t really know me,” says Tricky, explaining the title of his 11th album. “So many times people have tried to put a finger on me and every album I go to a different place.”


Hotel St. Regis Review

The Hotel St. Regis is a storied hotel in downtown Detroit. The hotel has hosted a number of storied musicians, politicians, and other important persons, and it still cuts a mean figure on West Grand Boulevard. The rooms have a classic dignity to them while providing blazing-fast internet and a solid swath of cable channels. The hotel contains La Musique, a restaurant that provides their own unique take on classic American and continental cuisine. Chef Mike ensures that the widest amount of visitors will be able to find something amazing on his menu without compromising his vision for the restaurant. Continue reading “Hotel St. Regis Review”

Movement Detroit 2014 Concert Review

The festival was held at Hart Plaza in Detroit from May 24th to Monday, May 26th. We were able to take a sneak peek on Saturday, a day that was helmed by some of the hottest names in electronic dance music (EDM) and rap – this year’s lineup included Boys Noize, Carl Cox, Flosstradamus, DJ Snake, Jeff Mills, Tiga, Pete Tong, Carl Craig, and Ryan Hemsworth among others.  Continue reading “Movement Detroit 2014 Concert Review”

The benefits of first aid when preparing for common summer accidents

With the summer months just around the corner, alfresco activities such as swimming, camping and barbeques are beginning to enter our thoughts. Although health and safety is likely to be at the back of our minds when it comes to summertime pursuits, it’s important to prepare for the unexpected. There’s no denying that most recreational activities come with some degree of risk, and whether you encounter a minor accident or a more serious injury, having the confidence to deal with an emergency situation can prove to be critical, and in some cases, help save lives. Continue reading “The benefits of first aid when preparing for common summer accidents”

Oral-B Black 7000 Electric Toothbrush

The Oral-B Black 7000 Electric Toothbrush provides purchasers with the ability to get the deepest clean that their teeth have gotten outside of an intensive dentist appointment. The toothbrush oscillates 8,800 times per minute to allow for tooth by tooth brushing, while the wide array of heads for the toothbrush makes it easy to deal with food build-up and plaque. Continue reading “Oral-B Black 7000 Electric Toothbrush”

EYEHATEGOD: Louisiana Loudsmiths Announce July Dates

EYEHATEGOD, will take to the streets again next month on a brief but mutinous rash of live takeovers with Iron Reagan, Vektor and Strong Intention. Slated to erupt in Washington DC on July 10th, the band will level stages in six cities, the run coming to a close in Brooklyn, New York at Acheron. Additionally, EYEHATEGOD will make an appearance at this year’s edition of the Housecore Horror Film Fest in Austin in October with further live infiltrations to be announced in the weeks to come. Continue reading “EYEHATEGOD: Louisiana Loudsmiths Announce July Dates”

TRAAMS premieres new video “Selma”

TRAAMS aren’t wasting a second in returning from their breakneck speed debut Grin, released midway through last year. After bringing their emphatic stage show stateside at SXSW,  The Chichester trio are keeping the momentum rolling with a new EP, Cissa. Out on FatCat July15th, the EP again finds Rory Attwell and Hookworms’ MJ at the production helm.Following first track, “Giddy,” a sonic blast of a return that borrows elements of the debut while stepping things up a notch, the band returns with a video for standout track “Selma.” Continue reading “TRAAMS premieres new video “Selma””

Eric Frisch Goodbye Birdcage CD Review

Goodbye Birdcage is a fun and hopeful album that will be eagerly devoured by any fan of rock, whether it be The Beach Boys or They Might Be Giants. Pretty Girls has a sun-drenched and slightly jazzy sound that highlights a set of lyrics which will tattoo themselves upon listeners’ minds and hearts. Learn to Swim looks further back to the nascent days of rock music; this 1940s and 1950s track is extremely touching and is created with utmost care. The track shines a spotlight on the vocals. Continue reading “Eric Frisch Goodbye Birdcage CD Review”