Detroit, Michigan (PressExposure) December 03, 2009 -- Itâs the city that brought the music world indie rock titans the White Stripes, the Motown record label, and techno music, an influential city with roots buried deep within the music industry-Detroit. A city closely connected with social strife and the brilliant art associated with those dealing with tumultuous events. Although not the cultural powerhouse it once was, the spark of influence and undiscovered talent within Detroit is far from its dying breath. Detroit Underground has been recently launched as an outlet for individuals to connect to the city around them and highlight some of the breakthrough acts keeping the light of underground music within the city illuminated.
Hoping to once again regain its place in the national music scene, local Detroit bands toil endlessly for that one piece of exposure that will bring them out of the garage and into the national spotlight. An undiscovered paradise of talent spanning countless genres, the Detroit music underground scene is truly one of the deepest havens for experimental music supported by obsessively dedicated fans. The site will offer reviews of new albums pushing the envelope and bending genres to almost unrecognizable extremes, highlight upcoming events, and familiarize those not born of the scene with some of the talent within the city.
Detroit Underground will feature the insight and ramblings of starving artists so undercompensated that conveying an honest opinion about the music they love and the city they love is the only gratification. Tirelessly committed discovering talented musicians within the city, the site will aim to expose to the world what makes Detroit one of the most sonically diverse and honest music scenes in the United States. From shows at hole in the wall bars in the nearly empty depths of Corktown, to the world renowned independent acts in the bustling downtown area, Detroit Underground is for those seeking to immerse themselves completely, witnessing the creativity and undying resilience of a music industry that has gone virtually unnoticed for too long.