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the Motown Museum was the home of Motown Records’ which was founded by Berry Gordy, in 1959 in Detroit. The small flat where he lived and worked is now called Hitsville U.S.A., and is home to an extensive array of Motown artifacts, photographs and other memorabilia.
2648 W Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI 48208
The Packard Plant was designed by Albert Kahn. It was a automotive manufacturing center from 1903 to 1962. While the parties migrated week to week in the 90’s, the infamous Packard Plant, a long abandoned auto factory that in recent years became the primary party space monument to urban decay and the illegal underground party scene.
1580 E. Grand Blvd Detroit, Michigan 48211
Explore the building featuring labels, record stores and a museum where historic techno relics are showcased and the HQ of the collective Underground Resistance.
Submerge Records and Exhibit 3000- A Monument to Detroit Techno GiantsSubmerge Records the home of Underground Resistance
3000 East Grand Blvd Detroit, MI 48202-3134
The Music Institute was Detroit’s answer to such legendary house and garage clubs as New York’s Paradise Garage and Chicago’s Powerplant.
Music Institute – The Prototype Club For The Detroit Techno SceneThe club that was an incubator for the Detroit Techno sound
1315 Broadway Detroit, Michigan
Archer Record Pressing, is one of 12 record pressing plants left in the US. It is the plant where most of the classic Detroit Techno vinyl records were pressed.
7401 East Davison Street Detroit, MI 48212-1912
Founded in 1987 by Kevin Saunderson, KMS Records is one of the most important Techno labels created in Detroit before 1990.
2211 Riopelle, Detroit Michigan
Metroplex, the brainchild of the Godfather of Techno, Juan Atkins was founded in 1985 and Transmat, founded by Derrick May in 1986, on an intersection they called Techno Boulevard.
1492 Riopelle Street, Detroit Michigan
The Graystone became Detroit’s “cradle of jazz,” and many greats including Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie and Guy Lombardo took the stage here and became nationally renowned while playing at the Graystone
4237 WOODWARD AVE. DETROIT, michigan
870 W. McNichols Rd. Detroit, Michigan
7649 Oakland St. Detroit, Michigan
The Watts Club Mozambique was established in 1969 by Detroiter Cornelius Watts to showcase local talent.
8406 Fenkell St Detroit, Michigan 48238