KILJIN is a 4 piece Metal band out of Michigan. They have just released their 11 track debut album, “Master Of Illusion” which is now available on all major digital stores. One of the most remarkable things about this debut studio album is that the band manage to get practically everything right here.
Cha$e Benjamin is an artist from Flint, Michigan. He dropped his mixtape “The Fall Out”, after a devastating break up. The project contains 14 tracks and a bucket load of producers. As peer-level artists are losing their heads to paranoia and politics, Cha$e keeps it real by delivering rhymes firmly
Whitemyer’s first ever studio experience was working with future Grammy Award winning producer Dave Carlock (Pink, Eric Clapton, Blink 182). “After that I was hooked. Hearing a song I wrote, professionally recorded sounded great,” said Whitemyer, “and was very satisfying”. The song was “Can I Love You”, which managed to
Michigan-based rockers Wayland released their debut full length album with Mighty Loud / InGrooves called “Rinse & Repeat” on September 22nd. Wayland, who since 2010, have released an album, an EP and various singles, consists of Mitch Arnold (vocals), Phillip Vilenski (guitars), Dean Pizzazz (bass) and Nigel Dupree (drums). “Rinse
A Silver Lining is a five-member alternative rock band from Bay City, Michigan. Formed in 2017, the band is treading new ground with old influences, and re-discovering the sense of purpose and fun in rock music. Their single “Don’t Let me Down”, taken off their debut album “Paralyzed” is covered
Ron Hamrick’s music career started in Michigan at 5 years old when his aunt introduced him to the guitar. At 8, he began taking piano and organ lessons learning classical pieces, and he fell in love with keyboards. His music career now spans decades with thousands of performances at venues across the U.S.
Born and raised on the Eastside of Detroit, Michigan, Willie Whitfield, better known by his stage name Da Heat, is an American rapper/singer-songwriter, who developed a love for lyrics and sweet melodies, by way of his mother playing songs from artists such as Stevie Wonder, The Isley Brothers, and Luther