This is great. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.’s “If You Didn’t See Me (Then You Weren’t on the Dance Floor),” already one of the most joyous songs to be released this year, has been remixed to sound like the soundtrack of an 8-bit video game. (I would have called it the Rygar Remix, but that’s just … Continue Reading →
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Detroit pop duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. played a big ol’ Detroit rock show at the Majestic Theatre Saturday night to cap off Record Store Day and to celebrate how far they’ve come in the last year and some change. The show certainly felt like an event, with the hometown boys — Joshua Epstein and … Continue Reading →
In this week’s Go! section, we talked to Detroit pop band Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. about Record Store Day, the group’s show Saturday at the Majestic Theatre with the Hard Lessons, and how much of a corporate world it really is out there. We also chatted them up about the practice of collecting vinyl, and … Continue Reading →
Detroit indie pop act Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.’s new video for its cover of Gil-Scott Heron’s “We Almost Lost Detroit” hit the web today. The clip finds the guys cruising around the Motor City and dropping in on some well-known people and places; look for cameos from Detroit rapper (and Burn Rubber entrepreneur) Ro Spit, … Continue Reading →