Mike Servito, Brooklyn-based and Detroit-raised DJ, performed a special set of Detroit dance tracks for a fundraiser with partner Social Studies Boston.
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 · Gene Elzy: Radio Broadcast
Vincent Chandler, trombonist and composer, and his Quintet perform a set for Detroit Jazz Alive, an on-air program broadcast on public radio station WDET.
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.
Madelyn Washington, librarian, digital management specialist, and Detroit music fan, discusses metadata and the preservation of “Sonic Afro Modernity.”
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.
Melvin “Detroit Soul Ambassador” Davis, musician, singer, and activist, discusses his relationship to Detroit music, his career, and the impact of COVID-19.