Right On, Be Free—a Sound Essay by Damon Locks

  • The Commons
    Second Floor, East Side
    220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

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Damon Locks
Photo: Alex Inglizan


Damon Locks investigates music as an outlet for African Americans to express frustration, sadness, joy, love, hate, and creativity. Locks presents a music essay on race in America by way of a two-hour DJ set of music that spans genres, proposing records as aural history books.

This project is part of Edra Soto: Open 24 Hours.