With the success of this collaboration, maybe we shouldn’t be too surprised to hear of an Eminem x Rihanna Tour, but we kind of are. Announced in the latest XXL Magazine, Eminem told the publication that summer dates will be on the calendar. But if you’re hoping to catch the two mega stars hit the stage together, you better live in one of three lucky cities. New York, Los Angeles and of course Eminem‘s hometown, Detroit.
Last week in Detroit, a local chef paid tribute to Radiohead in an unexpected way – through cuisine. Local chef Kyle Hanley worked with sommelier Joseph Allerton to present “A Night with Kid A”. The 10-course meal accompanied the 10-song 2000 album, which, of course, was played as diners feasted on unique cuisine (like oil-poached monkfish, white asparagus, white balsamic vinaigrette & daikon sprouts, with Leelanau Good Harbour Golden Ale).
Interested in recreating this magical moment? We’re thinking Sunday morning pancakes, syrup, coffee, turning off the cell phone & “How to Disappear Completely”. Read the full story on the Kid A restaurant experience right here.
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Historic Detroit recording studio, United Sound Systems, is back. It’s been a slow process, but the institution founded in the early 1930s has survived vacancy, transfer of ownership and even the risk of being demolished due to the expansion of a nearby expressway. Now open 7 days a week for studio time and tours, United Sound Systems still isn’t out of the woods – but will hopefully be receiving help from the Detroit Sound Conservancy in the near future. You can read the full story right here.
Looking for a good anthem song for your week at work? Enter Cape Lion ‘Brother’. The band out of Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 2012, and has since been steadily releasing pop hits like this one. Keep up here.