Detroit Mutant Radio | In the Rain

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In the Rain

by Detroit Mutant Radio

"WITNESS ROCK FUSION at it's FINEST"... the bands new release is a 'SURE' fix for the (ATL/ROCK/HIP-HOP) fein!!! This time out 'DMR's INNOVATIVE SOUND, comes together in a COMPELLING, CLIMATIC fashion!!! In 'ONE' word...this 'NEW' tune is...(EPIC!)
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Fuse fearsome dedication with five diversely talented musicians, a mind-boggling work-ethic and a positive mission, and youre facing an unstoppable force. Welcome to Detroit Mutant Radio, an Atlanta via Detroit/LA rock-rap hybrid, whose tasty tunes, stylistic diversity and frenetic live show are paying dividends with a hard-to-ignore street buzz.

"DMR flows from style to style meshing them all to uniquely grind out their own. With an undeniable power and talent, I have no doubt that Detroit Mutant Radio have what it takes to be what they deserve to be...at the top."
— Adam Keene, BeAtlanta

"Detroit Mutant Radio deserves to be heard. They take chances and they make a real attempt to push the boundaries of what’s acceptable in hip-hop culture."
Khary Kimani Turner, editor Metro Times Detroit and contributing writer for VIBE - METRO TIMES DETROIT

"I believe these guys are the difference between what you’ve heard and what you’ll be hearing from now on." John Foxworthy - GarageRadio.com


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