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Movement Electronic Music Festival Phase 3 Lineup

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The 2013 Movement Electronic Music Festival, taking place Memorial Day weekend (May 25-27) inside Detroit’s Hart Plaza, adds more artists to its highly anticipated lineup, bringing this year’s bill to a total of 116 performers.

The third phase of the lineup includes an electrifying live set by UK’s electronic music icon Squarepusher as well as a dj set from famed singer, songwriter and producer MOBY. DJ and Grammy Award-winning producer Dubfire returns to the festival as does Movement’s 2012 standout artist Nina Kraviz. Dubstep’s rising star Danny Beall, commonly known as NiT GriT, has also been added to the list of performers.

The complete list of the additional 39 performances announced today, in alphabetical order, are as follows:

16 Bit Lolitas
Annie Hall
Benjamin Damage – live
Bill Patrick
Buzz Goree
Cajmere
Calico
Chris Malinchak
Chuck Daniels
Circa Tapes
Corbin Davis
Dabrye
Dan Wagner
Deadbeat
Deastro – live
Dubfire
François K
Jason Kendig
K@dog
Kidnap Kid
Lucy
Magda
Matador – live
Midnite Jackers
MOBY – dj set
Nick Hook
Nina Kraviz
NiT GriT
Phantasmagoria – live
Reference – live
Ronin Selecta w/ Bombscare
Samo Sound Boy
Sandoz featuring Marcus Flow
Shigeto
Sinistarr
Squarepusher – live
Stone Owl
System of Survival
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Today’s lineup is in addition to the phase one and two announcements made by Paxahau Promotions Group, which included A Tribe Called Red, Adult. – live, Al Ester, Alton Miller, Amtrac, Andy C, Art Department, Ataxia, Audion – live, Azari & III – live, Ben Klock b2b Marcel Dettmann, Ben Sims, Big Chocolate, Big Gigantic – live, Break Science – live, Brendon Moeller aka Echologist, Brodinski, Bruce Bailey, Carl Craig, Carlos Souffront, Daniel Bell, Dantiez Saunderson, Dave Clarke, Dennis Ferrer, Derrick May & Kevin Saunderson – The High Tech Soul Concept, DJ Minx featuring Diviniti and Eva Soul, Don DadaDJ Godfather and DJ Zebo, DJ Hatcha, Downlink, Drumcell, DVS1, Ellen Allien, Erika – live, George FitzGerald, Gesaffelstein, Gramatik, Gregor Tresher – live, GRiZ – live, Hector, J.Phlip, John Digweed, Laura Jones, Luke Slater / P.A.S. – live, Maetrik, Mala, Masters at Work – Kenny Dope & Louie Vega, Matt Tolfrey, Miguel Campbell, Mike Parker, Milkman, Moodymann, Mr. Joshooa, Nicolas Jaar – live, Nicole Moudaber, Noisia, Onra, Paco Osuna, Paper Diamond, Richie Hawtin, Rrose, Ryan Elliott, Silent Servant, Slam, Soul Clap, Stacey Pullen, Steffi, Steve Rachmad, SuperVision, T.Williams, Tensnake, Terrence Parker, The Bug – live, The M Machine – live, TOKiMONSTA, Tommy Four Seven, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – live, and Truncate.

Movement Electronic Music Festival, in collaboration with techno music pioneer and 2013 performer Carl Craig and 8tracks, one of the largest global internet radio services, present the 2013 Electronic Music Mix Challenge. Starting Monday, April 8, fans will have the opportunity to create their very own Movement-inspired mix on 8tracks. The lucky winner, selected by Carl Craig, will receive a pair of VIP tickets to Movement, official festival gear, featured placement on the 8tracks homepage and its mobile apps, and a complimentary one-year subscription to 8tracks’ premium service, 8tracks+.

8tracks is thrilled to collaborate with Movement on the inaugural Electronic Music Mix Challenge,” says David Porter, founder and CEO of 8tracks. “For the past 25 years, I’ve been a fan of the sounds and culture of electronic music, which inspired the founding of 8tracks. I’m pleased that we can contribute to Movement in this unique way and I’m honored to have Carl Craig participate in the selection process,” adds Porter.

Visit www.8tracks.com/movementdetroit for more information and complete list of contest rules.

Discounted tickets for Movement are on sale now ($89 Weekend / $199 VIP), and can be purchased by visiting www.Movement.us. Ticket prices will increase on May 1.

The Movement Electronic Music Festival features: five technologically-rich outdoor stages; more than 115 artists; free Wi-Fi access on the grounds; a posh VIP setting located behind the main stage; dozens of official afterparties; an interactive technology center featuring the hottest gear in the industry; and several art displays to stimulate the senses. Over 107,000 people from around the globe attended the 2012 festival.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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