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Diana Nucera

When she is not playing the cello, Diana Nucera focuses on her solo electronic project, djing, and finding ways to connect music with her day-to-day work life. She loves punk, techno, house, rock, cumbia, global bass and everything inbetween. She... Continue Reading →

Creative Women [Music] Incubator

This month Seraphine Collective presents: Creative Women [Music] Incubator (Thursday, November 20) at the Detroit Contemporary. We did a quick Q & A with the curator of the event, Augusta Morrison, to give y'all an idea of what to expect. Augusta Morrison is... Continue Reading →

INTRODUCING: Blood Stone

New Detroit band Blood Stone was invited to play their first show, coming up on Friday, Sept. 26th at the Lager House with Casual Sweetheart, Bermudas (Grand Rapids), and Deadly Viper Assassination Squad. We did a quick Q & A... Continue Reading →

Cait Ash

She earned her stage name Cait 'Ash' in high school, based on her undying love for Daniel Ash of Love and Rockets/Bauhaus, whose guitar playing was a huge influence on her. The first time I met Cait was at Trinosophes... Continue Reading →

Dina Bankole

For those of you who don’t know: total badass and savvy feminist with a goal of starting her own female-centric record label, Dina Bankole is a proud die-hard fan of 90s grunge, and a mighty force of a musician. I... Continue Reading →

Jen David

Always buzzing, Jen David has an excited energy that’s infectious. This multi-talented musician, with plans of opening her own music shop in Detroit (soon!) has a voice so powerful that she gave me goosebumps the first time I heard her... Continue Reading →

Kathy Leisen

I sat down with Kathy Leisen -- songwriter, singer and guitarist for the melancholic dream pop band Soft Location -- at her Hamtramck apartment on Tuesday, November 12, 2013. We talked about her first guitar (which she still plays), her... Continue Reading →

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