The Von Bondies move past blues rock
By Aaron Jentzen
Ypsilanti might not seem like much: A little university town in southeastern Michigan with an industrial past, it's the more low-rent, harder-core little brother of nearby cultural center Ann Arbor. But the area has long supported an underground music scene, acting as a breeding ground for some music stars later associated with Detroit: the iconic Iggy Pop, for instance, noise merchants Wolfeyes and white-hot bluesy garage rockers The Von Bondies.
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