Detroit Electronic Quarterly

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Detroit Electronic Quarterly
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Background Information

Founded

2005

Business Type

Magazine, Record Label

Covers

Detroit's
Electronic music scene

Publisher

Vincent Patricola

Website

detroiteq.com

email

vp@detroitreq.com

About

Detroit Electronic Quarterly was created to cover Detroit's electronic music scene published by Vincent Patricola (A.K.A. DJ Shortround). The first incarnation of DEQ came out around in 2005 and when Vincent moved to NYC in 2008 he stopped doing the magazine in print because of the advancement of the internet and the expense of the project. At that time so many people were having financial struggles, including Vincent. He published a few small issues after that and the digital issue did not do that well. He just stopped.

Because of the large number of people asking him to publish and the new influx of money and energy, the bigger scene and the love for vinyl, he restarted the Magazine when he moved back to Detroit in January 2015.


Find Detroit Electronic Quarterly locally at Hello Records, Peoples Records, Detroit Threads, Paramita Sound, Found Sound, Street Corner Music, Detroit Mercantile, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), Melodies & Memories, Detroit Mercantile.

In addition to the Magazine is also a Record Label.

Discography

  • Detroit Electronic Quarterly - Volume 9 Fall / Winter Edition ‎(12" vinyl, Comp) 2017 - DEQ-9
  • Detroit Electronic Quarterly - Volume 8 Summer Edition ‎(12" vinyl, Comp) 2016 - DEQ-8
  • Detroit Electronic Quarterly - Volume 7 Spring Edition ‎(12" vinyl, Comp) 2016 - DEQ-7
  • Detroit Electronic Quarterly - Volume 6 ‎(12" vinyl, Comp) 2015 - AR 20463
  • Detroit Electronic Quarterly - Volume 2 (CD, Comp) 2005‎ - DEQ 02
  • Detroit Electronic Quarterly - Volume 1 (CD, Comp) 2005‎ - DEQ 01

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