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Cape Town Electronic Music Festival (Electric Roots Film Shoot Recap)The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
The Cape Town Electronic Music Festival was held on The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
BREAKWATER PARKING GARAG, Cape Town, South Africa
The Packard Plant was designed by Albert Kahn. It was a automotive manufacturing center from 1903 to 1962. While the parties migrated week to week in the 90’s, the infamous Packard Plant, a long abandoned auto factory that in recent years became the primary party space monument to urban decay and the illegal underground party scene.
1580 E. Grand Blvd Detroit, Michigan 48211
The Detroit Sound Project Team, traveled with Derrick May to WIRE 12 event at Yokohama Arena in Tokyo, Japan (Fall 2012)
3-10 Shinyokohama Kohoku Ward Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture 222-0033
On East Grand Boulevard, is a place where some of Detroit Techno’s fiercest tracks have been conceived, for the world to wonder about. In addition to being the home of Submerge, 3000 E. Grand Blvd. is also the world headquarters of the seminal techno group, Underground Resistance, led by Mad Mike Banks, the wunderkind DJ, producer and composer who, via his satellite group Galaxy 2 Galaxy is responsible for such global hits as “Jaguar”, “Transition” and “Kill My Radio Station.” To Learn more see the 360-degree video clip below with an exclusive tour given by John Collins and Mike Agent X Clark : Another component of the fortress housing UR, is the Metroplex Room (seen in the video clip above). It is a museum, and a monument to the giants of Detroit techno, Juan Atkins, Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson, Buzz Goree, Mark Flash, Rolando, Cybotron and the best of all things Detroit Techno. Original records from the golden era of techno, as well as Gold and Platinum copies of “Good Life”, Strings of Life, and others, are encased in custom-made glass cases. Visitors can only access the museum and record store in the basement by appointment. However, making one is […]
3000 East Grand Blvd Detroit, MI 48202-3134
Music Institute – The Prototype Club For The Detroit Techno SceneThe club that was an incubator for the Detroit Techno sound
The Music Institute was Detroit’s answer to such legendary house and garage clubs as New York’s Paradise Garage and Chicago’s Powerplant.
1315 Broadway Detroit, Michigan
July 12, 1979 when radio personality Steve Dahl staged a Disco Demolition Night at the Old Comiskey Park in Chicago
324 West 35th Street Chicago, Illinois
State of The Union bar was a lounge and live performance venue in North West DC, on the historic “U Street Corridor”.
1357 U Street NW Washington DC, DC 20009
The Warehouse (or the “House”) was a nightclub established in Chicago, Illinois it is most famous for being what many consider to be the birthplace “house music” under its first musical director, DJ Frankie Knuckles.
206 South Jefferson Street Chicago, IL 60661
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
Record Time is a shop that was a centerpiece of Detroit’s music scene.
27361 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI
Larry Levan and Paradise Garage: The inception of Garage Music in NYCLearn more about Larry Levan's Legacy from the Paradise Garage in NYC
Learn about the legendry New York club the Paradise Garage and the legacy of Larry Levan that became the genre of garage house music.
84 King Street, ny ny
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