Blog entries categorized as “Lauren Mercury Roberts”
High Five! from David Safran by Janelle
This week, Chicago singer/songwriter David Safran tosses up a High Five! shares the impact of International Women's Day and making music in Chicago.This article appears in the High Five blog.
The Other Side with Stark Raving Productions' Natasha Pincus by Janelle
Stark Raving Productions founder and internationally renowned filmmaker Natasha Pincus talks about what inspired her to cover Wally De Backer in body paint while shooting the video for Gotye's single "Somebody That I Used to Know," lends advice to bands looking to hire a music video director, and tells why she'd love to work with The Frames in this week's Other Side feature.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
The Other Side with Photographer Doug Coombe by Janelle
Detroit photographer Doug Coombe talks about how Outrageous Cherry motivated him to take photography courses, explains why he is still kicking himself for forgetting to bring a camera to Nirvana's show at St. Andrew's Hall, and reveals why it takes hard work, patience, and a decent sense of humor to shoot live bands.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
High Five! from The Juliets by Janelle
This week, The Juliets take a break from rehearsing for their upcoming show at The Blind Pig with Bear Lake and Flashcash on March 29th to toss up a High Five! of their favorite poets.This article appears in the High Five blog.
The Other Side with Five Three Dial Tone Records' Jim Carroll and Jasper by Janelle
In this week's Other Side, Five Three Dial Tone Records' Jim Carroll and Jasper discuss their progression from music fans to label founders, reveal why they keep sending faxes to Jack White, and lend advice to musicians who are seeking out label representation.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
The Other Side with Broken Wall Films' Alex Laferriere by Janelle
Broken Wall Films' founder and director Alex Laferriere talks about paying homage to Evil Dead II, explains what bands need to know before seeking out licensing opportunities, and tells how his hearing impaired father inspired him to create a brand new web series in this week's Other Side.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
High Five! from the Detroit Party Marching Band by Janelle
This week, the members of Detroit’s only thirty-piece guerrilla marching band toss up a High Five! of the things they love most.This article appears in the High Five blog.
The Other Side with Eagle Radio's G. Matthew Mapes by Janelle
Eagle Radio (WQBR) show host G. Matthew Mapes explains how Irving Sarin helped to foster his love of music, discusses his transition from record store clerk to radio DJ, and tells how independent musicians can schedule on-air performances in this week's Other Side.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
High Five! from Stars in Coma by Janelle
This week, Stars in Coma toss up a High Five! of the quirky hobbies that help them brave the winter months.This article appears in the High Five blog.
Staff Infection: SXSW 2012 by Janelle
So you're heading to SXSW? Check out Lauren's short list of must-see artists!This article appears in the Staff Infection blog.
The Other Side with Photographer Joe Gall by Janelle
Real Detroit Weekly's Best Local Photographer of 2010 shares why fans can make or break a shot, lends advice to bands who are looking to hire an entertainment photographer, and explains why he'd love to tour with Foxy Shazam in this week's Other Side.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
High Five! from Gangstagrass by Janelle
In this week’s High Five!, Gangstagrass showcases five of the artists that have contributed to the understanding that, “Good music can come from leaving genre boundaries behind.”This article appears in the High Five blog.
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