Frontier Ruckus' Matthew Milia remembers the night "Black Holes" first started forming: a dead-winter cold night in Michigan that helped create this song of an entrance into adult tragedy.
HN contributor Daniel Muller caught Maha's colorful visuals, including Conduits, Eli Mardock, Frontier Ruckus, Universe Contest, Josh Rouse, UUVVWWZ and The Daydreamers in part one of his photo essay.
The Michigan indie-folk band's frontman says "a certain outer-body charisma" takes over him at festivals. See if their Maha performance becomes a "psychadelic experience."
Maha Music Festival finalized its lineup Sunday night. The Mynabirds, UUVVWWZ, Universe Contest and Eli Mardock will be joining Icky Blossoms on the local stage.
Maha Music Festival has finished its lineup. Dig in.
The Michigan folk band performs a previously unreleased song in an attic in Ann Arbor's Kerrytown neighborhood on day four of the 2012 Love Drunk Video Tour.
Frontier Ruckus' musical geekery adds a rustic feel to an epic melody. Hear a banjo- and singing saw-filled take on the classic video game tunes.
Frontier Ruckus (Detroit, Mich.) performs "Mona and Emmy" in a downtown Omaha alley, a few hours before their show at The Slowdown.
Frontier Ruckus would hate for you to get the wrong impression because of its rural, meandering sound. Frontman Matthew Milia doesn't feel that a banjo and a singing saw means rolling hills and whiskey.