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Learn about Lo-Fi music in LA, its main characteristics, representatives and also places where you can experience Lo-Fi beats in LA.
3256 Cahuenga Blvd W, Los Angeles, CA 90068
Learn about E-mu Systems, the creators of the E-mu SP-1200 and pioneers in samplers, and the sample-based drum machines that revolutionized Hip-Hop, House and EDM.
1500 Green Hills Road, Suite 270, Scotts Valley, CA 95066-4945
A Chain Reaction: The Emergence of the Local Hip Hop Music Scene In SacramentoThe Golden 1 Center Arena helped catalyze the music scene in Sacramento
Sacramento has pivoted to a growing city embracing investment, and community involvement in arts, entertainment, and hip-hop like never before.
597 L St, Sacramento, CA 95814
Record Time is a shop that was a centerpiece of Detroit’s music scene.
27361 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI
Soulection: LA’s New Generation of DJs, Music Producers, & CuratorsLearn about the Soulection collective and how they have become musical curators and voices for GenZ and Millennials.
Soulection started in LA but they have become a source sharing the newest musical voices for GenZ and Millennials around the world.
1212 N. Bellflower Blvd, #112 Long Beach, CA 90815
Spectacles: A Detroit Fashion and Music Enclave for over 30 yearsSpectacles Clothing Store and the Founder Zana are tastemakers in Detroit
Spectacles Clothing Store and the Founder Zana are tastemakers in Detroit. Spectacles is a Detroit store selling eyewear, clothing, articles and books.
231 East Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI, 48226
The Detroit Electronic Music Festival: The Birth of the Movement FestivalVisit Hart Plaza home to the Movement Festival
Learn about the birth of the Movement Festival the Detroit Electronic Music Festival (DEMF)
hart plaza, detroit michigan
Pharoahe Monch shoots his Music Video “Cult 45” at The Andrew Freedman HomeLearn about how Pharoahe Monch and The band Th1rt3en shot a music video in the Andrew Freedman Home, a catalyst for the arts in the Bronx.
Learn about how Pharoahe Monch and The band Th1rt3en shot a music video in the Andrew Freedman Home, a catalyst for the arts in the Bronx.
1125 Grand Concourse, ny, ny