It’s a few weeks before Movement 2015, and Eric Cloutier and I agree to meet up at a classic downtown Detroit restaurant called “Smallplates.” I have never met Eric before, and we choose the restaurant […]
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Anthony Jimenez has serious goals when it comes to Detroit’s underground techno scene. His debut EP, Time Under Tension, soon to be released by Blank Code, is a surprisingly solid first step into production for […]
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For many electronic music artists and listeners in the Detroit area, The Necto nightclub is a former home-away-from-home; as an island existing between Detroit and Chicago, the club functioned as one of the few legal […]
Joel Morgan is a Detroit-based DJ and producer associated with the Blank Code and MINTEC labels, also featured on the roster for the recently created booking agency Modified Artists. I know that prior to working […]
Now that the dust has settled, I felt it was time to write up some retrospective thoughts on Movement Electronic Music Festival Day 3, specifically the “Underground stage”. It’s only appropriate that I’m writing this […]
Originally Posted on Resident Advisor Slyfox’s first release, a four track vinyl EP that bears no title, features tracks by Appian (who has recently been putting out house-sounding jams on Phuture Shock Music) and Segv, […]
Circle 2 arrives as a pair of edits of an original track by Detroit’s Mutate, packaged along with three remixes. Per usual, this collection is being released alongside a slew of events taking place at […]
Most of our Detroit readers will recognize the Blank Code name. Founded by a couple of Detroit scene veterans (Chad and Nick), Blank Code functions as promoters and label owners heavily associated with harder, underground techno sounds.