Fuse fearsome dedication with five diversely talented musicians, a mind-boggling work-ethic and a positive mission, and you’re facing an unstoppable force. Welcome to Detroit Mutant Radio, an Atlanta via Detroit/LA rock-fusion hybrid, whose tasty tunes, stylistic diversity and frenetic live show are paying dividends with a hard-to-ignore street buzz!
Originally formed as a backing band for a Detroit rap duo featuring now front man Cleaven R. Creech, Detroit Mutant Radio crystallized into its current format after re‐locating to Los Angeles in mid‐2004. Now residing in Atlanta, they are poised to break out nationally. Having graced stages up and down California’ Sunset Strip: Whiskey A Go‐Go to the LA House of Blues, as well as the ATL’ Hard Rock Café and many more venues. The vanguard outfit of rock fusion visionaries…has crafted an intense stage performance that receives a positive reception everywhere they play. This acclaim is reason for 'DMR' being featured as the backing band in major recording artists, Currency and Wales (What it Look Like) music video. The video which was shot by director G. Visuals (Waka Flaka feat. Rick Ross and P. Diddy, Young Jeezy, Tip, Goodie Mob, and Dallas Austin) has been seen on MTV, MTV2, and numerous other major outlets.
The bands effort in the studio has garnered many industry professional interests. This includes ‘DMR’s debut album, Cash N Burn. A truly multi-faceted record produced by LA producer/engineer Matt Forger (Michael Jackson) and 11 time Grammy Award winner engineer/mixer Rafa Sardina. 'DMR's current project, Mutant Radio also shines with a soundscape of pure stylistic diversity. Produced by platinum producers Saint Denson and L. Stro Maxwell (Rick Ross, Pink, Styles P, and 112). The band continues to fuse uplifting, socially-conscious lyrics with raucous rock dynamics, all kept captivating with cultured twin-guitar interplay, bustling turntables, and a muscular, in-the-pocket rhythm section.
However eclectic Detroit Mutant Radio’s sound gets running the gamut from Faith No More groove-metal to Run DMC hip-hop - the heart of their songs remains constant: It always flows around the structure of the words and what the message is, Creech stresses. We’re about awareness...Live; 'DMR' is all about energy, as Creech and his cohorts fully realize their unique inner stars, true born performers who simultaneously evoke the impact of Prince, the Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Doors, to Rage Against the Machine.
With an arresting debut album on the streets, new project set for release, and a snowballing live rep, Detroit Mutant Radio is set to reap the rewards of their skills and sacrifice. “I guarantee that if you come at us with an open mind you’ll walk away knowing that we put 110% out there, and that it’s truly genuine,” Creech promises.