@Mix_Magazine picks Detroiter Carl Craig @carlcraignet as feature artist for Nov. issue #TellUsDetroit

By Angelina Czarnecki/Tell Us Detroit 

DETROIT (Tell us Det) – Electronic music icon, and Detroit native Carl Craig will be featured on the November issue of the world’s biggest electronic music, and dance music magazine Mix Mag. The issue is set to be released this October, and Carl Craig will be curating contents of the magazine, and guest editing.

Carl Craig released his first track in 1989 and from that time has been a strong supporter of Detroit. Over the years he has released music through aliases such as 69, Paperclip People Innerzone Orchestra, and Urban Tribe. Craig’s recording label Planet E had their 20th anniversary last year, and from the beginning of his career he has remained faithful to his Detroit roots.

As a world class DJ, artist and producer Carl Craig made significant contribution to the Detroit electronic music scene. In early years Craig served as the co-creator and artistic director of the Detroit Electronic Music Festival. More recently Craig created The Carl Craig Foundation where he presented a five day workshop during the festival to expose students to sound engineering, music festival production, record/music production and musical performance.

This year’s Movement festival showcased a tribute to those who have shaped the cities musical past with The movement and Renovation Kick Off 2012 and featured Craig as a performer.

Keep an eye out for the November issue of Mix Mag and read about the artistic direction of musical pioneer Carl Craig.

 

 

 

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