DJ Juan Atkins, DJ Terrence Parker,
DJ Minx, DJ Marcellus "Malik" Pittman
DJ Rick Wilhite, DJ Mike Clark
DJ Theo Parrish
Cornelius "Atlantis" Harris,
October 21, 2006
"ROOTS OF TECHNO:BLACK DJs
THE DETROIT SCENE"
(A MINI CONFERENCE)
Archives of African American Music and Culture
Indiana University, Bloomington
Important Registration Information!!!
Please note that this conference occurred in 2006. We are no longer accepting registration forms.
(Deadline: Monday, October 16, 2006)
Student: $5.00/person (with ID)
Non-student: $15.00/ person
After October 16, 2006, please plan on registering at the door.
Student: $8.00/person (with ID)
Since 1991, UR's many live appearances (called assaults) worldwide have cemented the labels place in history. They were the first Detroit based act to actually play techno live and the first group to use a DJ as an actual bandmember! The shows are an exciting blend of man and machine. The bands skill, musicianship, disciplined manners and intelligent interviews have made them and the label some of the most respected ambassadors of "Detroit Techno" all over the world.
DJs will present performances on Fri. (Oct. 20) and Sat.(Oct. 21)evening at Second Story Night Club, located at 201 South College Avenue (corner of 4th and College), Bloomington, IN 47401. Details at: http://www.secondstorynightclub.com/
The conference has been partially funded by the College Arts and Humanities Institute with co-sponsors: the IU Departments of African and African American Diaspora Studies, American Studies, Communication and Culture, Folklore and Ethno-musicology, School of Journalism, African American Arts Institute, Foster International Living-Learning Center, RPS Academic Initiatives and Services, Foster Quad Community Council, and Foster Quad Student Government. Additional support has been provided by the record labels Sound Signature and Unirhythm, and the record outlet Vibes New & Rare Music.
A list of Bloomington-area accommodations can be found at
http://www.visitbloomington.com/ (click on "Where to Stay"). Please note that the conference occurs during Homecoming weekend at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, so many hotels in Bloomington might have limited availability. If you are having trouble finding a place to stay, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Designed by: Gillian Richards-Greaves
March 22, 2010