Our founder, Carleton Gholz, wrote this week about our upcoming Detroit Sound Conference. He also summarized the DSC’s last two years of sonic organizing.
At one point he wrote:
“We believe that journalists are archivists as well as important critical voices who ask the “so what” question when interviewing music makers and crafting sonic stories. Why should we preserve the voices and ideas of musical people who, like Kenn Cox, may seem out of step with how we listen and perform today? What is required of us, listening a generation later, to not only grasp the facts being presented, but also understand, even in a minor way, the imaginative motivations of past Detroiters?”
Read the full post via Model D.