Among the slew of rising Michigan artists in the music industry, Grand Rapids' Watching for Foxes are the ones with the most to prove.
Charlie Faye has had a successful career on the Americana scene, but she feels that with the Fayettes, she can finally make the kind of music that she's been dreaming about.
It was only a matter of time until Wild Beasts would fully embrace a more electronic sound.
"Somebody to Love" was Queen's take on gospel.
"Miracle Aligner" finds the Last Shadow Puppets doing their best beach-pop impression over a pristine, wall-of-sound backdrop.
Marrying Vince Clarke's crystalline synth-stab style with Orbital's layered, melodically-conscious techno, this is an electronic dance track that undulates in trails of dissipating color
Americana troubadour Matt Haeck emerges with a super confident debut album that marks him as an artist to watch in the Americana scene.
BANTA is a four-piece indie rock outlet that has gained a lot of ground since their 2013 inception.
Leland Sundries return with more folk rock awesomeness on their new album, Music for Outcasts.
"Voodoo Doll" is an absurdist freak-pop hymn layered with cheesy sci-fi synthesizers, electro bass-pulses, and a thoroughly bizarre romantic sensibility.