With May upon us and Memorial Day peaking over the horizon, Movement Detroit has given yet another reason to start counting down the days. The festival announced its official set times this week, giving fans ample time to decide how best to divvy up the three days and 36 hours of techno-driven beats. With the first three batches of tickets already sold out, head here to grab your tickets today. Full lineup with set times below the break.
Partying in Motor City just got a bit better: Detroit Movement Electronic Music Festival has just announced the second wave of artists for its Memorial Day Weekend techno-leaning festival. Phase 1 gave us Ben Klock, Carl Craig, Derrick May & Kevin Saunderson, Digweed, and Hawtin. Phase 2 kicks off the next round with Brodinski & Gessafelstein, Ellen Allein, Louie Vega, Moodymann, Stacey Pullen and even bassier choices like Paper Diamond, Gramatik, and Griz. No word on whether there is a final phase to be announced, but if you’re already convinced, pick up your tickets here.
(Protip: this festival isn’t going to break the bank — a three-day pass is only $79!)Posted by
Detroit’s Movement Electronic Music Festival has revealed the first phase of its 2013 lineup. The techno-focused festival will take place May 25th through May 27th, and brings in some of the biggest names in the underground electronic music world.
So far the artist lineup includes legends Richie Hawtin and John Digweed, rising star George Fitzgerald, Maceo Plex’s infamous techno alias Maetrik, and many more. Movement is a festival that strays from the glitz and glamour and focuses on the music, the vibes, and the people. The festivities take place 24/7 and have plenty of parties that surround the entire Memorial Day weekend. Tickets are on sale at Movement’s website. Click past the break for the official festival teaser trailer. (more…)Posted by
Starting at Electric Zoo, September of 2011, Bart B More blasted through the US, playing shows from Miami to San Francisco. In Mark Loonen’s video documentation of the September tour, Bart B More speaks candidly –in his mother tongue, Dutch– about what it’s like to go on tour. The life on the road. B More openly describes his excitement for playing shows full of fans who are there to hear his music. Consider yourself lucky to grab a glimpse into the life of the rising Dutch talent through awesome HD clips of different cities around the US, backstage shots of booze, travel footage, Disney World, and the mayhem attached to any great EDM tour. If you’re a Bart B More fan, you’ll be excited to gain insight into his next big moves in dance music. Find out what the next step is for Bart B More.
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