Battles begins each song like mad scientists, with the guitarist and keyboardist playing riffs, which are later layered into the song. As more and more tunes are looped in, a rich noise erupts that is equal parts chaos and melodic. Changing time signatures and the pulsing, frantic throws of former Helmet drummer John Stanier whipped the crowd into a frenzy.
Check out this week’s relationship column! Jay offers some advice to a young mom with a cheating ex …
It’s the day before St. Patrick’s Day and you and your friends are still agonizing over where to spend the day. But fear not, Detroit Chic has spent the last few days checking out some local Irish hot spots to bring you all of the information…
Q & A with Jay is a weekly column maintained by Detroit Chic writer, Jay. She answers readers’ questions and concerns about some of the most embarrassing, troublesome and pressing relationship issues.
Detroit Chic is excited to announce that it’s hosting a photography contest for aspiring photographers here in metro Detroit area.
Bing plans to lure 200 Detroit police officers back to live in the city through a plan that will offer them renovated homes for as little as $1,000
Detroit Police busted underage drinkers at a local event but the event sponsor rewards them!
There seems to be a zombie epidemic going around (not a real one, obviously, although that’d be awesome), but there’s no argument that AMC’s new show, The Walking Dead, is perhaps one of the most popular forms of zombie entertainment today
Philip Lauri, 27, is the founder and creator of Detroit Lives!, a business and organization whose sole mission is to get people to work, live, and play in Detroit simply by spreading the good word of Detroit. The website, detroitlives.org, features a blog with current projects and the latest developments in Detroit, as well as a store with merchandise representing the positive message they aim to promote about Detroit.
Local talent is something that never falls short in Detroit, from artists selling paintings on random street corners to musicians filling venues like St. Andrews and the Magic Stick. But this time, we stepped out of Detroit to check out local Michigan bands in Ann Arbor