Detroit Sound Conservancy · Lorin Brace: #recorddet Interview Carleton Gholz: Welcome to RecordDetroit Detroit Sound Conservancy. Today’s March the 9th. My name is Carleton Gholz, the executive director of the Detroit Sound Conservancy. And I’m sitting in the basement of United Sound Systems in our evolving exhibit and vault space with Lorin Brace. Lorin […]
Sacramento Knoxx, musician, community activist, and Anishinaabekwe Detroiter, discusses his relationship to Detroit music in this interview and performance.
Don Letts, musician and filmmaker, discusses the documentary Rude Boy and the musical relationship between London, Kingston, and Detroit.
Harold McKinney, jazz musician and composer, and Raymond McKinney, cellist and poet, discuss their relationship to Detroit’s arts and music culture.
Don Davis (1938-2014), musician, record producer, and banker, is interviewed by radio personality the Electrifying Mojo in this on-air interview.
Elizabeth Cawein, Memphian, music policy activist, and educator, discusses music’s relationship to urbanism and her City’s efforts to confront COVID-19.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Windy Weber: #RecordDet Interview
#RecordDet was a podcast and oral history interview public program conducted by Detroit Sound Conservancy from 2014-2016.
Rodney Whitaker, bassist and educator, discusses his relationship to Detroit music, the legacy of the Blue Bird Inn, and the impact of COVID-19.
Dr. Khalid el-Hakim, historian, educator, and archivist, discusses his relationship to Detroit music and how he came to found the Michigan Hip Hop Archive.