Tag: Santonio Echols
The groundbreaking film focusing on Black artists from Detroit will be screened May 26 with a film workshop May 27 in Detroit.
Kristian Hill and Jennifer Washington - two filmmakers from Detroit - on the 12 year odyssey to tell the story of techno's foundations and make "a human story about dance music."
An auspicious premiere for this techno documentary of "mismanaged success, damaged friendships, ascendant beats & raw inspiration" in 1980s Detroit.
Powered by rare releases, unreleased mixes and a roster thick with Detroit talent, Norm Talley's Upstairs Asylum is widely hailed as one of the best deep house record labels of 2021. The year before, it didn't even exist.
Norm Talley brings together not just 8 of the best producers from Detroit but some of their best work on Unity Vol 1, featuring Jon Dixon, Darren Abrams, Rick Wade, Mike Clark, Kai Alce, Kyle Hall, Eddie Fowlkes and Santonio Echols.
Returning August 13, 14 & 15: all of your hero's heroes will be in Detroit for Charivari, the homegrown midwest festival.
Podcast from the filmmakers behind "God Said Give 'Em Drum Machines" pays tribute to the late Detroit producer Mike Huckaby who gave their film its name.
Sudd Wax is building a Detroit dream team on their label and add another with the Santonio Echols and Mike Anderson tracks from the 6267 EP.
Thirty Two finds Santonio - somehow, after some 30 years - still beating heads and making dope records at a peak level.
Rough cut screening of God Said Give 'Em Drum Machines will debut in Chicago on October 18 2019.
God Said Give 'Em Drum Machines takes an unflinching look at the people behind the creation of Detroit Techno. The doc is creeping toward completion.
A new documentary tells the story of Detroit Techno pioneers Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson, Derrick May, Eddie Fowlkes, Blake Baxter, and Santonio Echols.