Friday night music and film for Detroiters

Posted by | Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 | 0 Comments

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A friend recently mentioned they’re surprised no event was jumping out for Friday night on this year’s Movement itinerary. Well, here you go. Granted it won’t keep you partying until 6 am, but hey, that’s what Saturday, Sunday and Monday are for.

Carl Craig Foundation and Planet E Communications in association with The Detroit Techno Foundation present 2010: A Detroit Odyssey, A Night of Film & Music at Detroit’s Music Hall. Accompanied by a live performance by Timeline (aka Mike Banks of Underground Resistance), the main event is a quadruple feature of Detroit electronic music and history: Cycles of the Mental Machine, Metropolis (re-envisioned with soundtrack by Jeff Mills), Timeless Suite for Ma Dukes (the music of J Dilla) and The Drive Home: The Story of the Detroit Electronic Music Festival.

The event goes from 7pm to Midnight on Friday the 28th and is free of charge. Held at Detroit Music Hall: 350 Madison St. For info or directions, check out

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