Monthly Archives: July 2011

July 26, 2011 with Dave Feeny [Cassette Archives]

Dave Feeny is a record producer, musician and all around nice guy who has been doing great stuff in this city for years. He runs the Tempermill, puts on the Sounds of Spirits show at the Magic Stick, gave Jim Diamond his start in Detroit, is a member of American Mars and Blanche (if they […]

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July 18, 2011 with Jim Diamond [Cassette Archives]

Jim has always been a fan of Asian garage rock. I knew this. And when he said he was going to bring nothing but Asian records, I said, “Do it!” but I didn’t really believe he would. He did. I learned a lot about Lilis Surjani, who Jim called “The Madonna of the East” – […]

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July 12, 2011 with Chris Koltay [Cassette Archives]

I’ve gotten to know Chris Koltay (of Hi-Bias Studios) through several mutual musician friends who have worked with him, and we had a nice road trip together along with the band Rescue when they drove us back from SXSW one year. The music covered a lot of ground that night and our collections worked really […]

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July 5, 2011 – SUPERPARTY with the Beggars and Collosus

This is so far my only night that didn’t feature a guest DJ – instead we had the Beggars, one of Detroit’s most fun rock’n’roll bands, and their pals on tour, Collosus. ¬†For the music that night, I kept it to mostly good ol’ rock’n’roll. Unfortunately, this is one of the only tapes I can’t […]

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