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Post-Industrial Soundtrack & Detroit Deluxxe (Musical Presentation and Concert)

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Add to Calendar 15-01-2012 15-01-2012 15 Post-Industrial Soundtrack & Detroit Deluxxe (Musical Presentation and Concert) Beyond the automobile, one of Detroit's greatest contribution to global culture is musical innovation. The unique and challenging social and political context of Detroit has produced artists with a high degree of integrity, musical perfectionism, and groundbreaking technique. Waajeed and DJ Rimarkable will explore how Detroit's music innovations have evolved side-by-side with and advanced the city's movements for social transformation. They will also present about Detroit DJs and their role in amplifying and preserving the city's musical legacy, from Motown, to Rock, Funk, Techno, Hip-Hop and beyond. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=99639 Queens Museum of Art true DD/MM/YYYY
January 15, 2012
3pm-9pm
Queens Museum of Art
Corona
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Description: Beyond the automobile, one of Detroit's greatest contribution to global culture is musical innovation. The unique and challenging social and political context of Detroit has produced artists with a high degree of integrity, musical perfectionism, and groundbreaking technique. Waajeed and DJ Rimarkable will explore how Detroit's music innovations have evolved side-by-side with and advanced the city's movements for social transformation. They will also present about Detroit DJs and their role in amplifying and preserving the city's musical legacy, from Motown, to Rock, Funk, Techno, Hip-Hop and beyond.

Address: Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Corona, NY 11368
Phone: 718-592-9700
Website: QueensMuseum.org

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