“Photographers Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel will publish Electronic Landscapes: Music, Space And Resistance in Detroit, this May. The book, comprising 65 photos and two essays, stemmed from a trip to Detroit for Movement Detroit in 2011. The duo, who previously worked together on a book called 125th: Time in Harlem, became interested in how the landscape of Detroit shaped the sounds created by its electronic musicians.”
Electronic Landscapes will feature Amp Fiddler, Theo Parrish, Mike Banks and many others. The book vividly portrays studios and club spaces where the history of Detroit electronic music has developed.
Check out the full piece by Resident Advisor here.