Often atypical and ardent in presentation, last night was no exception to the Neodandi rule.
Aside from just waiting in the line prior to the night’s festivities, I found myself roaming the lobby at Dilla Day Detroit 2013.
Months ago, I was granted access to Icona Pop’s secret show in Hoboken, New Jersey for MTV Hive and Yours Truly.
Nas talked to Rolling Stone’s Anthony DeCurtis and we hung onto every word he said and didn’t say.
On the eve of my birthday’s eve, I decided to see DOM KENNEDY in concert again and I was utterly disappointed.
Because of my impulsiveness, I decided to wait until I was absolutely sure of what I felt about Appelsap before publishing raw thoughts, so I didn’t. I decided to write a whole new version, so I am fair in my report.
Here’s some coverage on Movement Detroit 2012 from yours truly.
Kirkland reviews Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for GrungeCake.
Image: Stephen Sullivan (WWD), Originally published via this link Last night at 92Y, I listened to Michael Kors talk about his beginnings in the fashion business, his marriage to Lance LePere, working with celebrities and his start with reality television show “Project Runway”. With all mentioned and more than I was unable to catch, he
Founding Father of House Lil Louis will debut the World’s First House Music Art Gallery and Mobile Museum at the MEMF in Detroit.