Movement Electronic Music Festival has revealed its
10-year anniversary stage lineups, highlighting over 120 performances
across six stages inside Detroit’s legendary Hart Plaza come Memorial Day
weekend, May 28-30, 2016.
Since its launch in 2016, Movement is world-known as one
of the most influential festivals in the United States thanks to its distinctive and exceptional
programming as well as its established ritual of showcasing a broad range of up-and-comers, homegrown luminaries and pioneers of electronic
music, in the birthplace of Techno.
at their first-ever appearance at Movement, legendary electronic music veterans Kraftwerk headlines for Saturday (May 28) on the Movement Main Stage, featuring the group’s critically acclaimed 3–D show (billed as Kraftwerk – 3–D).
Saturday (May 28) lineup highlights:
Kraftwerk – 3–D, Maceo Plex, DâM-FunK – DJ set,
Kenny Dope, Four Tet, Caribou, Matthew Dear, Stacey Pullen, Seth
Troxler, Carl Craig, Nic Fanciulli, Guti – live,
Ectomorph – live.
Saturday will also include the return of Carl Craig’s Detroit Love showcase on the Made In Detroit Stage presented by THUMP, including performances by Stacey Pullen, Matthew Dear, La Fleur and Paul Woolford, just to name a few.
Detroit-based collective Interdimensional Transmissions celebrates its 21-year anniversary with a showcase on the Opportunity Detroit Stage, featuring a headlining performance by Claude Young as well as a new all-hardware, all-analog live show by Ectomorph (label founder Brendan M. Gillen and Erika).
Sunday (May 29) lineup highlights:
dubfire:live HYBRID, RZA feat. Stone Mecca, Loco Dice, Adam Beyer, The Black Madonna, Tiga, Art Department, Eddie Fowlkes, Mija, What So Not, Kill The Noise, Âme – DJ set, Tale of Us, Magda, Mike Huckaby.
On Sunday (May 29), Dubfire brings his live spectacle dubfire:live HYBRID to close out the Movement Main Stage, while hip-hop icon and defacto leader of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan RZA, featuring his live band Stone Mecca (billed as RZA feat. Stone Mecca), headlines the Red Bull Music Academy Stage.
Skrillex’s LA-based record label and creative collective OWSLA will
bring forth some of the imprint’s top talent to the festival’s OWSLA Showcase, taking place on the Underground Stage, featuring Kill The Noise, What So Not, Alex Metric, Mija, Rezz and many more.
Monday (May 30) lineup highlights:
Modeselektor – live, Get Real: Green Velvet & Claude VonStroke, Kevin Saunderson,
Boys Noize, Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing, Guy Gerber, John Digweed, DJ Pierre,
Nina Kraviz, MK (Marc Kinchen), J.Phlip, Joseph Capriati.
On Monday (May 30), Modeselektor will close out the festival with a special live set on the Movement Main Stage,
marking the acclaimed dance duo’s first appearance at the festival and
only performance of the year under the Modeselektor alias.
Techno darling Richie Hawtin will headline the Beatport Stage
as part of the first-ever PLAYdifferently Protoypes Tour and new mixer
launch. Notable performances on this stage include: Joseph Capriati,
tINI and Hito.
Closing out the Made In Detroit Stage presented by THUMP, festival favorite Kevin Saunderson
will be joined by Guy Gerber, MK (Mark Kinchen), The Saunderson
Brothers and many more as part of the Techno pioneer’s ORIGINS series
showcase (billed as Kevin Saunderson presents ORIGINS: Elevation).
The day-by-day festival schedule and showcases can be found at www.movement.us.
Single-Day tickets are available, starting at $75 at www.movement.us.
3-Day GA Weekend Passes and 3-Day VIP Weekend Passes are also
available. Fans are encouraged to get their tickets in advance as GA
reached near capacity and VIP sold out in 2015.
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Movement has been produced for the past two decades by
Paxahau, a name synonymous with excellence and praised in the industry for its incomparable
reputation. Paxahau is renowned globally by artists and industry executives as
a leading production and promotions organization rooted firmly in the
birthplace of Techno.
Watch the MOVEMENT DETROIT 2015 RECAP, below:
By: R Zhuklevich (@Narikonyc)