DEQ 17 Interview With Peter Croce

Peter Croce interview and photos by Dustin Alexander (photos may be a bit blurry here)   In the past five years, Peter Croce and his imprint Rocksteady Disco have provided an interesting contrast to what constitutes as the “Detroit sound.” Both he and the grassroots label have been catching the attention of some of house…

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DEQ 17 Interview with John Briggs

John Briggs article by Vince Patricola, Photos by Kyi King (photos may appear a bit blurry here)   It was a happy ping. My computer is normally set to silent, but ding! A new track from John Briggs aka Zoetic arrived called “Tomography” in May of 2018. The track sketch was the best I’ve heard…

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DEQ 17 Interview with Detroit Techno Militia 2X4

  DETROIT TECHNO MILITIA 2×4
By: Amy Hubbarth: Photos by Marie Staggat (images here may be a bit blurry) The distinguished black-and-white stenciled logo is a testament to the crew it represents: sharp lines, no-frills, and definitive design with staple colors that fit in anywhere and look good on anyone. In a time of stage antics…

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DEQ 17 and 18 Issue Features/ Release Dates

Hope you all are safe and well. Congratulations to our featured artists for issues 17 and 18!! Artist features (* track on the LP): DEQ 17 Jon Dixon (cover story)*, John Briggs*, Peter Croce*, Viands*,The Bassment, Grey Area(Southwest art gallery), Kaku (Usui) Sushi and Poke, Detroit Techno Militia (DTM), Two Rooms(Joel Peterson of Trinosophes & Sam Hooker of Peoples Records) Record Label…

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DEQ interview with Ian Finkelstein (Issue 16)

In A Certain Place With Ian Finkelstein Written by Imani Mixon, Photo by Lance Bashi (May, 2019) By Imani Mixon When you think of the listening audience for piano, you might think of well-dressed couples seated in sold-out theatre, sprinkling polite claps and silent laughter between each song. Classic piano is supposed to be for…

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