Wed, 13 Apr 2011 / Post a commentBeretta Music's second video vignette takes a look at long-time Detroit Producer & DJ Keith Kemp. Filmed in Detroit, this vignette highlights Keith Kemp's recently re-released '2045 EP' on Vinyl via the Beretta Grey Record Label.
|Aliases / ||Twilightclone|
|A Detroit native, Keith’s exposure to electronic music via Industrial pioneers Skinny Puppy and Brian Eno sparked an early infatuation with synthesizers and audio software. Club life after high school inspired Keith’s interest in spinning records, connecting the dots to Detroit artists such as Plastikman, Underground Resistance and Carl Craig.|
During this time, Keith could be spotted collecting vinyl at various record stores around the metro Detroit area, and later selling vinyl at the revered “Dance Room” of Record Time. With a growing record collection, Keith set out to make his mark in the heyday of Detroit’s mid-90’s rave scene, cutting his teeth in the Midwest with travels across the country to Seattle, New York, Memphis, Milwaukee, Omaha, Chicago and of course Ohio and Windsor...
|On the internet|
|RA DJ Page / ||residentadvisor.net/dj/keithkemp|
|Website / ||www.noncom.us|
|Twitter / ||twitter.com/keithkemp|
|Soundcloud / ||soundcloud.com/keith-kemp|
|Discogs / ||discogs.com/artist/keith+kemp|
|Facebook / ||facebook.com/pages/Keith-Kemp/14728112|
The Detroit promoter has three anniversary events lined up this weekend.