Michelle DeRosa (Straylight Run / Destry) – Looking To The Stars
Teenage Halloween – Clarity
Pulphonics – Featherless
Tim Hoh Jr (Honah Lee) – I Should Go
Jake Simmons – My American Dream
Tommy Plural – Strummer
Cale Sauter (Cavalcade) – Theme To Twin Peaks
Jimmi Bayer (Infintesmal Records) – Cuttin’ Bate (Nine Vices)
Michael Boyes (Drinking Mercury) – Now That I’m Older
Jeremy Porter – Party Of One
Category Archives: Jeremy Porter and The Tucos
What a great year! Thanks for everything, let’s see what we can pull off in 2020!
Here it is! Holiday cheer and fear from your good friends at GTG and BMP! This year’s addition to the winter madness series sees The Plurals gettin’ sweet and sentimental, Tim Hoh from Honah Lee firmly throwing his hat in the ring as the greatest kids’ music singer of our generation, Drinking Mercury cover Woody Guthrie, Cavalcade parody Nada Surf, The Hunky Newcomers have a confusing party, Jeremy Porte
A surprise new release from the Tucos today! Holiday jams a plenty! “A compilation of holiday songs recorded between 2010 and 2019, including two previously unreleased songs and “No Use For Christmas,” the catalyst for the formation of the band and their first release.” Christmas, Detroit-style!
Drinking Mercuy is releasing a new self-titled album at The Robin Theatre on November 23rd, with special guests When Particles Collide!
But first! The Stick Arounds are celebrating ten years as a band and they’re having a big ol’ shinding at The Avenue Cafe on Friday November 15! Joining the Sticks are GTG Family The Plurals, Jeremy Porter and the Tucos plus Detroit’s Popular Creeps!
Halfway through the year, this is what we’ve got:
Cavalcade – Sonic Euthanasia. A sludgy masterpiece from our favorite experimental metal friends.
The Plurals – Mumblebee. Volume one of GTG noisy-poppy-ceiling-punchers’ “BEES” album series!
Robot (Re)pair – End Transmissions. Wry, catchy, spicy garagey pop-punk from our lovely Arizonan artificial “intelligent” pals.
Jeremy Porter – 1987. The best Detroit powerpopper in the land gets his acoustic side out there for all to bask in.
For The Record Showcase Volume 1. Both a celebration of Sleeping Timmy & Ryne Clarke’s radio show and a new compilation with tons of new and previously unreleased music from Michigan and beyond.
Plenty more to come in the second half of 2019!
Capping off a staggering four releases this spring is Jeremy Porter’s solo EP 1987. Jeremy is our resident Detroit dude and he knows his way around a tune. This is our fourth release with him and it’s a pleasure to share more of his acosutic side after three punky releases with his band The Tucos. 1987 is available digitally and on CD now, get it!