For the third time since 2012, we will be participating in a Detroit music tour for attendees of the Allied Media Conference. Our adviser Adriel Thornton will join us. AMC will take place from June 16-19th in Detroit. Find out how to register and more details here.
I’m Sidne and I am one of the new graduate students working at the Detroit Sound Conservancy on the Graystone Collection. I am a graduate student at Wayne State University pursuing a master’s degree in English and in Library Science with the intent to one day complete a PhD in English. For one of my […]
We have not forgotten what you did. Many of you helped Kickstart the Detroit Sound Conservancy in 2013. Many of you began our online music preservation dreams. Many of you started our quest to build an oral history archive online. It started with you. Three years later though we are much more than a website […]
Our friends at Slow Jams are executing an exclusive all vinyl mix as a gift for our Patreon pledge campaign. Stay tuned…
We turned four this week! Four years ago a group of us met in the Cass Corridor and then drove over to the Blue Bird Inn for a photo shoot and meet up. We’ve come a long way since then. We now have an office, archive, and exhibit space. We have a growing collection, including […]
This week, the National Trust for Historic Preservation referenced our work with United Sound Systems on their Blog: “If United goes, that old style and history of recording, there’s nothing left,” says Carleton Gholz of the Detroit Sound Conservancy. “This could be something we could all rally around.” Read the whole article here. Photo by […]
Positions The Detroit Sound Conservancy in Detroit, Michigan seeks highly motivated individuals who can work independently and as part of a team. This will be an approximately 10-15 hour per week unpaid internship for January through April 2016. The DSC Intern will work directly with the DSC’s Executive Director, and where appropriate the Director of […]
Artist Lauren Bon, Director of the Metabolic Studio has given a $10,000 grant to the Detroit Sound Conservancy. This unrestricted contribution will be used over two years to provide general operating support to further the organization’s mission to increase awareness of and support to Detroit’s imaginative musical heritage through advocacy and education in a spirit […]
Alia Benabdellah, music scholar, volunteer, and Paris-native, shares her thoughts on the attacks of November 15, 2015 in Paris.
This is an update from our ongoing engagement with the Blue Bird Inn. You can read more about our efforts here. Blue Bird Inn exterior today By C. Lorin Brace VI and Samantha Ellens The Blue Bird Inn, located at 5021 Tireman on Detroit’s West Side was at one point the most prominent and important […]