Neck Deep ‘Peace And The Panic Tour’ – Detroit

Neck Deep ‘Peace And The Panic Tour’ – Detroit

After spending all of December convincing my friends Joe and Pat (who never listen to me about music), I finally got them to agree to see Neck Deep on tour this winter just as tickets sold out. With classes canceled and a blizzard overtaking the entire state of Michigan, I jokingly checked Facebook to see if anyone was selling … Read More

Fusion Shows’ 10th Birthday – Pontiac

Fusion Shows’ 10th Birthday – Pontiac

January 13, 2018 The Crofoot– Pontiac, Mi For Indie Band Guru (recap post) If you were anywhere near Pontiac, Michigan on Saturday night and weren’t at Fusion Shows’ 10th Birthday party, you missed out on one of the biggest shows to happen in 2018 already. The night was packed full of both local talent and fan favorites … Read More

A Long And Sordid History

A Long And Sordid History

A Long and Sordid History comes from Tumblr user Anarchy And A Cup Of Coffee and can’t be traced back further as there is no link to the original posting of the cartoon. The cartoon shows three panels, each has a black man is kneeling or sitting and a white man is telling him to … Read More

Check Your Privilege

Growing up white, you never really think about how the color of your skin effects your place in the world. We’re taught that racism is bad and slavery happened decades ago, but it’s still happening. We’re never taught that being white gives us opportunity just because of the color of our skin. I didn’t realize … Read More

Representation At Music Festivals

Representation At Music Festivals

‘Tis the season for summer music festival lines-ups to be announced. And with festival announcements comes criticism about representation of women, people of color and LGBT+ identities. Each year festivals continue to place mainly CIS male acts on their lineups, seemingly forgetting about other identities that have just as great music. This week the British … Read More

The Digital Divide

Have you ever stopped to think about why your grandparents and parents always ask you tech related questions, or why they struggle to just Google something? There are even students across the US that also don’t have access to technology in classrooms- things most of us took for granted. The digital divide is defined as “the … Read More

Concert Survival Guide: Getting Ready

Concert Survival Guide: Getting Ready

Whether you’re about to attend your first concert ever, a general admission concert for the first time or you’ve been attending concerts for years, it’s great to make sure you’re fully prepared for a night of live music. Regardless of how many concerts you’ve attended throughout your life, sometimes you just don’t know how to … Read More

My 2017 In Concerts

My 2017 In Concerts

Concerts have been a major part of my 2017. While there were many more I wanted to go to, I still made it to a handful of concerts throughout the year. I spend so much money on concerts it’s probably unhealthy. This whole storing your credit card info in Ticketmaster is dangerous and promotes my … Read More

Fall 2017 Playlist

Fall 2017 Playlist

My favorite thing about music is how quickly it happens. Every day there’s new music to be discovered and it’s just out there waiting for you to find it. And the feeling you get when one of your favorite artists drop new music in an incredible feeling. For me this fall, those feelings came from … Read More

Waterparks “Made In America” Tour – Detroit

Waterparks “Made In America” Tour – Detroit

November 25, 2017 Saint Andrews Hall – Detroit, Mi For Indie Band Guru (Recap Post) Texas isn’t typically the place you picture a pop-punk band developing out of. Yet, Waterparks are one of the biggest rising names out there right now in the genre. Everyone who knows about their music is absolutely obsessed with it … Read More