Posts tagged "Detroit"

Monobox – Regenerate

When Robert Hood began working under the alias Monobox in 1996, it was to establish a space for him to freely explore his minimal techno ambitions outside of his solo work and Floorplan. Separating the music from the Robert Hood mythos separated it from expectations, opening the floor for Hood

Image: Rush Hour Detroit is arguably one of the most significant cities in the history of electronic music. It marks the birthplace of what has become known as ‘Detroit techno,’ one of the last stylistic inventions of African-American dance music in the 1980’s and one of the most influential sounds

In what has been a year of global disruption on a catastrophic scale, 2020 will be rightly remembered for many negatives.  This year will also be marked as a phase in time when many of us extensively self-reflected and evaluated our lives, morals, priorities and our goals.  For some techno

Detroit Grand Pubahs (Paris The Black Fu and The Mysterious Mr O) restart their Engineroom imprint with a series of reissues and reimaginings. Their Thanks For Coming EP was originally released in 2008 as a precursor to their Nuttin’ Butt Funk album. This special 2020 remastered version includes the ghostly

One year after Michigan-based artist Zach Saginaw released his third album as Shigeto, a genre-blending Detroit love letter called The New Monday, he returns with another eclectic display of affection for the musical community that makes Motor City music tick. Shigeto’s new EP Weighted is set for release Sept 29th

After releasing his third studio album The New Monday last year via Ghostly International, Detroit-based artist Shigeto has just announced a European tour with UK shows in London & Leeds this April. While always having a personal approach to his projects, Zachary Saginaw’s influences for his third album, The New Monday,

Famed producer and composer Jeff Mills set to release score to Japanese 2017 film And Then There Was Light (aka Hikari) directed by Tatsushi Ōmori. Following several score re-imaginings for classic films such as Woman In The Moon and Metropolis, Mills has now taken on composer duties for Ōmori’s latest

With a new album due October 6th via Ghostly International, Shigeto has shared new single ‘Don’t Trip’. It’s been four years since Zach Saginaw, aka Shigeto, returned home to Michigan from a stint in Brooklyn, NY, and since then, the multi-faceted musician has become a part of the fabric of

Theo Parish is preparing his anticipated new album ‘American Intelligence’ with white labels already hitting the streets of Detroit. Back in February Theo Parish unveiled plans to release his fourth solo album, his first ‘proper’ release since 2007’s ‘Sound Sculptures Vol 1.’ This news was later accompanied a video for LP

Detroit veteran Carl Craig has announced that he plans to hit up selected cities with a new event concept, Detroit Love, and to release an album of the same name.  Last month Amsterdam played host to a new club series called Detroit Love, pulling together the likes of Mike Banks, Moodymann and Recloose

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