Kay Bouitilier, a dazzling young lady from Canada singing her soulful pop and spitting her wicked rhymes, completely won me over.
Low Leaf, the multi-instrumentalist singer, talks to Mark Werner about the simple things in life. Spoiler alert: She likes the smell of armpits.
Here’s some coverage on Movement Detroit 2012 from yours truly.
Joop, often stylized with capital letters, is the real name and stage name of disc jockey and producer from The Netherlands.
For a man whom wears many hats, he seems to keep it all in order. Van Ark has many shades to his musicianship. We are only scratching the surface.
Labeled as “The Peoples Rapper”, Jon Connor is third generation musical talent with the triple threat abilities of writing, producing, and performing.
Kirkland reviews Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for GrungeCake.
Founding Father of House Lil Louis will debut the World’s First House Music Art Gallery and Mobile Museum at the MEMF in Detroit.
Cutting edge Italian-based pop band inspired by lucid dreams, Talking Heads and more talks to GrungeCake and gives you a formal introduction into what they are about, their unique sound, and current musical projects.
Los Angeles-based electro-pop band Capital Cities isn’t afraid to let the Southern California sunshine seep into their music.