Grand Rapids singer and songwriter Max Lockwood has a problem with the old expression that a diamond is just coal that did well under pressure. Not just because it’s a cliché, but because it’s not even accurate.
Rising DJ, producer and electronic music artist Nick Rowland—aka Super Future—wants to take listeners on a journey with the release of his new EP, Full Spectrum.
Change is hard, even in the best of times. Adjusting to change when a pandemic cancels your touring plans right as your career is gaining momentum is downright devastating.
Doing things differently has defined Grand Rapids future-soul group Earth Radio right from the very beginning.
For better or worse, Grand Rapids electronic music duo Pink Sky say they owe their new sound and evolution to COVID-19.
Live music has slowly, steadily returned to West Michigan over the past year. With new and different opportunities starting every day as the pandemic continues to move into the past (hopefully), the many talented bands and musicians in our area have a variety of ways of getting seen and heard, live and in person.
It’s only fitting that the first full year “past” the pandemic found Ionia native, turned international bluegrass superstar Billy Strings returning to West Michigan for a triumphant sold-out show at Kalamazoo’s Wings Event Center this fall.
With their third album, local indie rock duo Bedroom Ceilings take listeners to a place that’s strangely familiar.
Local electronic musician takes spiritual experience of making music to the dancefloor.
Over their 10-year history as a band, the members of Desmond Jones have always found a way to keep playing their music.