Please come celebrate DEQ Magazine 9&10 release with us at Inner State Gallery on Saturday Feb 25th! No cover, beverages and light food provided! Be the first kid on the block to get your copy!! Merch will also be available. Family friendly!! The 70+ page print/LP combo issue has in depth interviews with Theo Parrish,…Details
Hello all!! We’re fashionably late with DEQ 9 and 10, looking at early February 2017 release. The last of back issues are in stores not to be reprinted. Get them before they are gone. Here are a few retailers around the world that carry it! Local Detroit: Hello Records, Peoples Records, Detroit Threads, Paramita Sound,…Details
Delano Smith interview by Kevin Reynolds. Photos by Torrence Allison KR: I had the pleasure of meeting you at Transmat maybe some fifteen years ago via Derrick May. After you left Derrick told me that you were the original DJ. What inspired you to get into DJing and producing? I’m sure at the time you…Details
Written by LaVell Williams. Photo by Linda Kubit DEQ Interview: Drake Phifer Written by LaVell Williams. Photo by Linda Kubit Drake Phifer is the proprietor of the storied and successful production company Urban Organic. We recently sat down over brunch at Brooklyn Local in Corktown for a conversation about his history, the story…Details
DEQ No.8 WEB (here is the link) DEQ 8. Get a physical copy with LP combined at a record store or web shop near you. Locally in Detroit: Detroit Threads, Peoples Records, Hello Records, Paramita Sound, Found Sounds, Detroit Mercantile and more to come. Juno, Pacific Beach and more on line… ::::::: Interviews with Archer Record Pressing,…Details
DEQ 7 May (Here is the link!!!:::::)Thanks for your interest in Detroit Electronic Quarterly! The DEQ 7 Test May link (above) contains all the great artwork & layout completed by Blair French (Fat Finger Cosmic)! Many thanks to our staff photographers, writers, and advertisers. This will be available in print May 27 during the Movement Festival. The vinyl…Details
DEQ 7 rolls out in fine fashion Saturday, May 7th at Mudgie’s on the patio. Featured articles will be available on-line here at Detroiteq.com. This will be the first place to get this limited edition, 6 track vinyl. Spread the word and hope to see you there!!!
By Kevin Reynolds Kevin Reynolds: I can’t help but notice in your music a huge Drexciya influence. The rough arp lines, the John Carpenter sting like string lines. Simple question where did you grow up? Taylor Hawkins: I was born in rural Ohio where I lived until I was 11 or so before my family moved to…Details