The Detroit Sound Project was established in 2011, a production team made up of native Detroiters set out to raise awareness about Detroit’s most valuable natural resource—music. Through the powerful medium of film, The Detroit Sound Project has become a movement and a social brand that promotes the music of Detroit, its creators, and the influence it has all over the world.
DSP’s first release stared DJs Richie Hawtin and Black Coffee, and documents the DSP team’s journey in electronic music from Detroit to South Africa. Electric Roots: The Detroit Sound Project is currently on a film festival tour and made its European premier at the Cannes Court Metrage Short Film Corner in 2014. DPS made its North American debut at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles. God Said Give ‘Em Drum Machines is our latest feature length documentary, and it sets out on a odyssey to tell the real story of Detroit Techno.
The Music Origins Project is geolocating the history and future of music in VR (360 degree media). Map markers identify cultural regions, historic locations and venues where musical art forms originated and were incubated. This map documents most of the primary locations seen in this film in VR.
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