With 5 stages and over 100 artists, the Movement Electronic Music Festival is bound to get the party started when it hits Detroit's Hart Plaza on May 25-27.
Still one of the most celebrated electronic artists around, Moby is scheduled to perform a special DJ set on Saturday night.
Best known for his abstract approach to the genre, Nicolas Jaar frequently combines eclectic beats with live instrumentation, making for a sound that is anything but typical.
A Tribe Called Red
This innovative Canada-based trio fuses reggae, hip hop, and dubstep along with elements of aboriginal First Nations music to create a unique modernized pow-wow sound.
Enlisted by the likes of Skrillex, Labrinth, deadmau5 and The Prodigy for remixes, Dutch group Noisia’s career continues to grow as one of the hottest DJ-production outfits around.
Big Gigantic’s live performances showcase improvisation and versatility as they unify percussion, saxophone and computerized samples into a prismatic, ultra-modern sound.
Equal parts musician and visual artist, Squarepusher's live show is a multi-media presentation in which sound and imagery artfully harmonize.
Los Angeles-based artist and producer Jennifer Lee, better known as TOKiMONSTA, cultivates lively soundscapes out of dreamy electronic samples infused with R&B elements and just the right amount of hip-hop bounce.
Hailing from Manchester, this artist applies a modern sensibility to the garage sound of the UK underground.
Born in Barcelona, Paco Osuna immersed himself in the Spanish electronic scene at a young age and since then has ascended to international repute.
Born Jessica Philippe, this young DJ got her start in Chicago's house music scene and shows promise as an artist and producer alike, working bi-continentally between San Francisco and Berlin.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
This avante garde act traverses between pop, electro, jungle, house, and more in such a way that he has garnered a reputation as one of the most multi-faceted artists in the game.
This DJ/Producer shot to stardom in super-fast fashion in Moscow, and is now spreading her music. There's no lack of talent here...Kraviz is hardly a flavor of the month or flash-in-the-pan act.
16 Bit Lolitas
Mixing all things awesome about House music, Peter Kriek and Ariaan Olieroock offer up both the experience of veterans and the exuberance of up-and-comers.
The in-demand remixer (he's worked with Chemical Brothers, Hot Chip and Ellen Allien, among others) has received critical praise from all over the globe.
After the release of a new EP, 'Conspiracy Pt. 1,' there's more hype surrounding the French producer than ever before. The best part? His 'Conspiracy' series still has two more EPs due out in the near future.