Monday, July 10, 2017

Hip in Detroit's Podcast will Feature Assemble Sound!

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Every month goes live on for almost two hours to talk about all the hip things that are going on in and around the City of Detroit. The podcast, which is sponsored by M-1 Studios, is a chance for us to feature some of Detroit's biggest movers and shakers. We can go in depth with these guests and learn more about who they are and what they do. If you would like to check out some of our previous podcasts you can re-listen to any of our past shows anytime from any device here. Or, you can tune in live on Sunday, July 30th to hear us talk about one of the city's coolest collectives, Assemble Sound.

Assemble Sound is a music collective that was established inside the old black church next to the train station. It has become a musical collective that is helping some of the best artists in Detroit come together to create and, if they're lucky, make a little money and maybe a career out of their passion. They recently received a grant that will keep them in business for the foreseeable future which is a good thing for all of us because their roster includes artists like Flint Eastwood, Syblyng, Tunde Olaniran, James Linck, Passalacqua, Nigel, and many many more names that you have heard us mention over the years. Join us as we go in depth with the minds behind this creative force that has been pushing the Detroit musical community forward by bringing people together in a whole new way.

You can tune in live on Sunday, July 30th at 6 p.m. by visiting and clicking the link for studio 2.  If you miss that live broadcast, we will be replaying that broadcast and all of our other podcasts here!


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