Movement 2019’s curated stages are here

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Movement 2019’s curated stages are hereDSCF8666 Movement Douglas Wojciechowski

Movement Detroit is fully prepared for its Hart Plaza takeover on May 25-27. The family-friendly jewel of the American underground celebrated its 20th birthday in summer of 2018, and will be continuing the celebration in fine fashion for its upcoming iteration with a diverse, all-star lineup. With names like Charlotte de Witte, LSD (Luke Slater, Steve Bicknell, Function), Orbital, and Get Real locked in and the main stages unveiled, the final piece of the festival has been unveiled: showcases.

May 25 sees Movement institution Detroit Love return to its home of the Stargate stage and featuring legacy talent like Carl Craig, Seth Troxler, Stacey Pullen, and Octave One to name a few. Sebastian Mullaert will be hosting a special Circle of Live performance alongside VRIL, Mathew Johnson, and Amp Fiddler on May 26, while Richie Hawtin will also be bringing along a strong cast of friends to join him at his PLAYdifferently takeover of the Pyramid stage. Finally, Ghostly International will be curating the Redbull stage once more with Audion, Shigeto, and more.

Full breakdown here 

 

Credit: Douglas Wojciechowski

Good Morning Mix: Golf Clap crush Mixmag Lab LA set

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Good Morning Mix: Golf Clap crush Mixmag Lab LA setGolf Clap Press Photo

The latest DA Good Morning Mix features house music duo Golf Clap, who recently stopped by the Mixmag Lab for a 90-minute set. Included in Dancing Astronaut‘s “Ones To Watch” list for 2019, the Detroit-based DJs created an eclectic atmosphere at this “post-work unwind” in Los Angeles.

Presented by Mixmag and newly formed artist discovery/video streaming hub WAV, The Lab is a weekly party/live stream featuring some of the hottest DJs behind the decks. Past guests include Redlight, The Martinez Brothers, and Andrew Rayel in the LA and NYC Mixmag offices. For LA’s latest installment, Golf Clap dug deep with some of today’s greatest house tunes, dishing out a Noizu remix of Valentino Khan‘s “Lick It,” an insanely complex Chris Lake mashup, their own collaboration with Dillon Nathaniel on “Bossa Nova,” and more.

The pair will head to Australia for back-to-back shows at Proud Mary’s and Oxford Underground Feb. 16, gearing up for a highly anticipated techno set at Movement Detroit in May.

Claude VonStroke delivers his Movement set turned album, ‘Live In Detroit’

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Claude VonStroke delivers his Movement set turned album, ‘Live In Detroit’Claude Vonstroke Live From Detroit 1

Dirtybird don and Detroit native Claude VonStroke announced that he would release his headlining set as a live album after playing Movement Music Festival over Memorial Day weekend. Originally released on Apple Music, the set is now active on all streaming services and titled, Live In Detroit.

Jam-packed with VIP edits and deep cuts, VonStroke went all out, bringing the fans in his hometown some of the weekend’s most dynamic house and techno. From originals like “Grenade,” his industrial collaboration with EPROM and his previously unreleased, “Maharaja” to Wyatt Marshall’s techno remix of the classic “Who’s Afraid of Detroit,” Claude VonStroke has put together 85 minutes of the grooviest dance-floor tunes. With the album consisting of the DJs continuous mix along with 13 individual, unmixed tracks, the Dirtybird boss has blessed us all with this massive offering of house and techno bliss.

Movement, capured: Photos by Aaron Eschenburg, Katie Laskowska, Douglas Wojciechowski, Stephen Bondio, Steven Pham, Bryan Mitchell, Anthony Rassam, and Jacob Mulka.

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Featured Image credit:  Bryan Mitchell

Claude VonStroke announces first ever Dirtybird live album

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On the afternoon before his debut headlining performance at Detroit’s annual Movement Festival, Claude VonStroke took to Twitter to excitedly deem the opportunity a “dream come true,” as well as a “major bucket list set.”

The combination of VonStroke having made almost a dozen appearances at Movement before eclipsing a headliner seat, as well as growing up in Detroit himself, “where it all started,” he says, opened the door for an unprecedented offering: a live mix album–a first for both VonStroke and his distinguished brainchild, Dirtybird Records.

The live-set-turned-album, Claude VonStroke Live From Detroit, endured four months of meticulous curation before VonStroke hit the Movement stage with nearly 150 pre-cleared tracks loaded in his DJ cannon.

“My set is very much an old-school style DJ set, all music no-one’s heard before, special versions, secret edits, all the stuff I’ve been saving just for this performance,” VonStroke says.

VonStroke accrued multiple VIP edits from within the tightly woven Dirtybird family, an unreleased VonStroke track, “Maharaja,” as well as a brand new remix of his iconic and highly applicable track, “Who’s Afraid Of Detroit?” from Wyatt Marshall.

Formerly known as Elevator Musik, Marshall turns the timeless, tech-house track into a more overt techno display, leaving the echoing, water drop-like synth melody intact over his robust, driving bassline.

The album is to be released June 15 exclusively through Apple Music.

Photo Credit: Shauna Regan 

REZZ drops new ID at Movement Festival

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On June 1, REZZ sent the internet into a tailspin with the announcement of her sophomore album, Certain Kind of Magic. The strikingly trippy album art looks to ring true to her out-there style, and her follow-up to Mass Manipulation is sure to be, too.

Just days ago, at Detroit’s Movement Festival, REZZ’s heavy set was highlighted by a few IDs, like the one audible below. Could it be something from her forthcoming album? We’ll find out on Aug. 3.

Featured photo: Sean Thomson

The Blu Party with Sydney Blu [EDM Sauce Interview]

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Now that Movement week has officially begun, and one thing is for sure that Toronto’s tech-house siren Sydney Blu, and her enchanted Blu Party: Detroit Edition, is a must to attend on Monday night concluding Eastern America’s most important techno event, Movement Electronic Music Festival. With a huge lineup inducing Christian Martin, Gene Farris, and

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SYDNEY BLU TO HOST THE BLU PARTY/ DETROIT EDITION

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On May 29, Toronto’s tech-house siren, Sydney Blu, enchants all of Motor City with The Blu Party: Detroit Edition, coinciding with Eastern America’s most important techno event, Movement Electronic Music Festival. Held at one of the city’s best-known venues, Exodus Rooftop, this round features a massive stack of underground acts. Headlining the night is four-to-the-floor

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