Featuring a diverse group of artists from the metro Detroit Area
Mixtapes and Pancakes
Tami Terrell & Brittany M
Mixtapes and Pancakes was created to help support local artists of all creative backgrounds. To encourage and uplift those chasing after their dreams in hopes of realizing them to the degree they hope to reach. They cannot do it without the help of their peers, YOU. So, support the locals. Your support helps to keep their dream alive.
Dancer and Choreographer
Wanjiru Kamuyu is a native of Kenya and an M.F.A. (dance choreography and performance) graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. She began her dance training in Kenya, East Africa and later studied at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center, American Dance Festival and Philadanco. As a performer, Kamuyu has toured nationally and internationally with world-renowned choreographer Jawole Willa Jo Zollar (Urban Bush Women). She has also worked with esteemed choreographers Molissa Fenley (Molissa Fenley and Dancers), Sean Curran, Marlies Yearby (Movin’s Spirits Dance Theater/Broadway musical RENT), Nathan Trice (RITUALS), Tania Isaac (Tania Isaac Dance Projects) and Dean Moss (Gametophyte Inc.). For the past three years, as an original cast member, Kamuyu performed in Julie Taymor’s Broadway musical, The Lion King at Théâtre Mogador, Paris. Immediately followed by a successful run of Bill T. Jones’ FELA! at the Royal National Theater where as an original cast member Kamuyu served in the roles of Staff Choreographer, Dance Captain and Universal Swing.
The Jet Rodriguez
Somewhere along the river of love plays a band called the Jet Rodriguez.
"Blending airs of headswimming-psychedeila (via syrupy guitar fuzz) with the tumble and twang of Americana — keeping a keen sense for melody and heavy harmonic swoons. In essence, think Detroit’s possible response to the theatrical jangle and soaring, rock-splattered arias of My Morning Jacket."
Detroit Metro Times