The term "techno" can refer to a lot these days, but writer DeForrestBrown takes the music right back to its source – and uses the book for a heavy dip into the glory days of the music when it first emerged on the Detroit scene of the 80s! Brown's a leader of the Make Techno Black Again movement – and this large volume is definitely a key part of that – a look at the way that Detroit was a crumbling industrial city after the 70s, but still a key cultural crossroads – one that had some of its underground heroes finding a way to chart a musical path forward, even while the industrial vision of the city lagged behind. Book is softcover, and a hefty 432 pages. Book
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