Detroit’s Small Stone Records has served as the benchmark for underground rock since it was founded in 1995. Originally envisioned as Detroit’s answer to Sub Pop, Small Stone has since branched off into a multitude of directions, unafraid to push the boundaries of conventional genre definitions. Bands like Five Horse Johnson, Roadsaw, Dozer, Dixie Witch, The Brought Low, Sasquatch, and Solace have put the “classic” into rock and metal and up-and-comers like The Gozu, House Of Broken Promises, Mos Generator, Ironweed, Shame Club, and Black Sleep Of Kali, aren’t that far behind. If there’s a constant them to the label, it’s quality over quantity. This is The Home of the Riff.

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