Detroit’s Movement Festival teases 2020 lineup with Adam Beyer, Four Tet, Seth Troxler, and more

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For over two decades, Movement has been a consistent leading force in Detroit’s lively electronic music scene. While Movement hosts electronic performers from a broad musical background, the emphasis on techno has made the festival a must-visit for fans of the genre. Based on the announcement of the first 10 acts, 2020’s show holds true to the high standard festival organizers have set for themselves.

Techno giant and Drumcode leader Adam Beyer returns as one of the early highlights the lineup. Adding to the techno-heavy roster: Italian producer and Music On founder Marco Carola, tech house stalwart Maceo Plex, Kobosil, and Detroit native DJ Stingray.

Masked dance music producer Boris Brejcha joins Grammy winner Louie Vega and underground dance showman Seth Troxler at Movement 2020 as well. Additional performers include The Black Madonna, who recently made headlines by backing out of the Amazon-supported Intersect Music Festival, and the ever-eclectic Four Tet, who recently shared his remix of Skrillex and Boys Noize’sMidnight Hour.”

Movement Festival is hosted at Hart Plaza along the Detroit River. Tickets are on sale now. Read about the history of the festival here.

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The Warehouse Project to bring Maceo Plex, Helena Hauff, and more for New Year’s Day

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The Warehouse Project has unveiled its full lineup for New Year’s Day at The Depot. The all-day event will feature Maceo Plex, Helena Hauff, Seth Troxler, and Octa Octa. George FitzGerald, Joy Orbison, and Folamour are a few among many acts that are also locked in for the New Year’s Day celebration.

The WHP closing party announcement follows the New Year’s Eve lineup reveal which welcomes Annic Mac, Rudimental, Hannah Wants, and more to its roster. Holding its 2019 iteration at new venue The Depot, the legendary Manchester party has hosted top-tier electronic festivities since Sept. 20 and will come to a grandiose conclusion on Jan. 1, 2020—racking up a cumulative 28 events. WHP has already seen performances from Aphex Twin, Skrillex, Skepta, and numerous more from the spectrum of electronic talent.

Previous WHP 2019 customers will receive the opportunity to grab £10 tickets for the NYD closing party. The exclusive price tier comes as a gesture of goodwill to the nearly 250,000 attendees.

Tickets start at £29.50 and are available here.

H/T: Mixmag

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Toronto’s Electric Island announces venue change for 2019 season finale

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Toronto’s Electric Island series is characteristically known for their long-established home on the Toronto Islands. Known for their signature day-into-night outdoor parties on the island, the seasonal event series has faced an imminent challenge threatening their home base. 

Leading into their final event of the season, Electric Island has announced their move to Ontario Place’s West Island, a convenient replacement for the long weekend festivities. Keeping in line with their trademark island atmosphere, the new venue offers an improved landscape for the festival infrastructure. 

Throughout the summer, the Toronto Island has been affected by record high water levels, causing flooding in certain areas of the land and a temporary suspension of the ferry service to the island’s main beach area, Hanlan’s Point.

The 2019 season so far has seen stunning performances from artists like Bedouin, Hot Since 82 and Seth Troxler during their first three events throughout the summer. The season finale held over the August 31-September 1 weekend brings highly anticipated bookings to the city, including the debut of masked German headliner, Boris Brejcha and the return of Dirtybird kingpin Claude Vonstroke

GA and VIP tickets are available for purchase here.

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Electric Island forced to change venue due to Toronto Island flooding

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Toronto’s Electric Island series has returned for the 2019 season, now facing their upcoming second event of the summer. What stemmed from an intimate summer gathering in 2012 has now blossomed into a four-part summer series, bringing the best of the city’s talent to the forefront for each unique event. As the city draws near their annual Pride weekend festivities, Electric Island is set to join suit with their own homage to the celebrated weekend with their second event of the season—but in a different location.

Recruiting a wide selection of local and international talent, Electric Island welcomes headliners Seth Troxler, DJ Harvey, and BLOND:ISH for the second event in their series, among a talented display of supporting artists. Attendees have the opportunity to discover music between the event’s main and Moog Audio stages, with the latter being headlined by LGBTQ+ underground icons, Honey Soundsystem to close out the night.

The summer event series adopted its name from its home grounds on Toronto Island, but recent flooding has forced event organizers to temporarily relocate to Woodbine Park for the outdoor event on June 22.

GA and VIP tickets are available for purchase here.

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Disclosure, Justin Martin, Shiba San, FISHER, and more top Elements Lakewood’s 2019 lineup

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As Elements Lakewood Music & Arts Festival looks ahead to its third iteration with the release of its 2019 lineup, the expression “the third time’s a charm” is particularly apt. Boasting a number of heavy hitters hailing from the house genre, Elements Lakewood’s lineup will bring Disclosure, FISHER, Shiba San, and Justin Martin to Elements’ Pennsylvania home, to script a bumping next chapter in the festival’s history of production. Spanning more than 100 artists in its totality, the festival’s 2019 lineup also sees Elements Lakewood organizers issue noteworthy nods to Big Gigantic, Sofi Tukker, Seth Troxler, Damian Lazarus, and Clozee, among other artists.

A favorite among camping enthusiasts, Elements Lakewood will once more blend talent from techno, bass, jam rock, funk, and other sub-genres on a sprawling 200-acre campground that offers attendees five different stages of musical diversion. Complete with wellness activities like aromatherapy and sunset yoga, not to mention a myriad of camp games including basketball and volleyball, Elements Lakewood ensures that attendees won’t spend a single second of their time at the event idle. In a credit to the diversity of Elements Lakewood’s offerings, event-goers will also have the opportunity to partake in kayak trips at sunset, water sports like canoeing and swimming, and post-dusk adventures like a stroll through a kaleidoscope light-decorated forest.

Back to offer the ultimate soul renewal experience in its seamless intermingling of outdoor fun and good music, Elements Lakewood is a bona fide must attend for 2019.

A limited number of early bird three-day GA and VIP passes to the festival’s 2019 edition are now available and can be purchased here.

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Could Seth Troxler’s sleek new DJ bag be the end of the Rimowa cliché as we know it?

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It’s the end of the world as we know it, or, it could just be the end of the Rimowa luxury suitcase cliché that’s become virtually synonymous with high fashion and DJ culture for what seems like eons now.

Globe-trotting DJ Seth Troxler would seem to agree with the latter, considering he’s just endorsed the brand new luxury suitcase line from European Horizn Studios.

It might seem like a bold move, especially given Rimowa’s clout and reputation, but even after a quick glance at the up-and-coming luggage specs, there does appear to be a pretty convincing argument for the pivot.

Horizon’s slick black Pro Model ST DJ Case is not only good-looking, but it’s also durable, made with an aerospace-grade polycarbonate hard shell and built with its audience in mind. The suitcase features multiple sets of padded internal bags to keep pedals, controllers, and accessories protected and even has a removable record stand for DJs to set up on the fly. As Troxler points out, the bag also has an optional GPS tracker — so you’ll probably see fewer DJs complaining on Twitter about their lost luggage. If that’s not a win for everyone we don’t know what is.

H/T: High Snobiety

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Ultra Mexico brings the heat with first phase of 2018 lineup featuring Carl Cox, Marshmello, Illenium, and more

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There are several certainties in life: death and taxes–as the more sardonic would joke–and, of course, a stacked Ultra Mexico lineup.

Come October 13-14, the Mexico City edition of Ultra will stop by venue Foro Pegaso for a two-day electronic extravaganza.

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Phase one of the event touts mainstream favorites Marshmello, Galantis, Axwell ^ Ingrosso, and Afrojack as well as underground icons Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, and Seth Troxler. Steve Angello and NGHTMRE and Slander‘s celebrated Gud Vibrations concept account for more of the first phase’s firepower.

Purchase tickets to Ultra Mexico, here.

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Seth Troxler, Joseph Capriati, and more grace Fabric’s fall 2018 club schedule

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Fabric thinks past festival season in their announcement of their 2018 fall/winter Saturday lineups. The crown jewel of club nights, Saturdays at Fabric will see underground acts like Seth Troxler, Joseph Capriati, Craig Richards, I Hate Models, and more appear across the London nightclub’s various rooms.

The newly unveiled 2018 schedule commences with Craig Richards and Prosumer in Fabric’s main room, and a Mike Servito and Magda b2b in the club’s second room on October 13.

From then on, the Fabric momentum will remain in full swing, with Seth Troxler and Craig Richards slated to perform as a part of Richards’ Collisions night on December 1. KiNK will also return for a live set on November 10 with Ryan Elliot. Luke Slater, Veronica Vasicka, and many more ornament Fabric’s extensive fall/winter lineup, accessible here.

H/T: DJ Mag

Seth Troxler calls Fox News’ Hannity a ‘fascist’ to his face [Watch]

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Fox News’ Sean Hannity took to the streets of London to conduct brief interviews with those protesting President Trump’s earlier arrival in Great Britain. Hannity’s questions to those rallying against Trump — “why are you here today?” and “why don’t you like the President of the United States?” — invited a multitude of answers, including one from none other than house  tastemaker, Seth Troxler. The producer had been playing a protest party at Soho Radio, where guests proceeded to join demonstrators afterward.

In response to Hannity’s inquiry as to what Troxler was specifically “resisting,” Troxler promptly responded “fascism,” but didn’t stop there. When Hannity followed up by asking “who’s a fascist,” he unhesitatingly answered by calling Hannity a fascist to his face, making for a must see TV moment. Sadly, cameras panned away from the scene before viewers could hear anything else from the exchange, but we have a feeling Troxler had a lot more to say.

 

 

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Watch Seth Troxler Call This Fox News Host A Fascist To His Face During London Protests [VIDEO]

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President Trump visited Europe this past week, and more or less across the board left a path of destruction in his wake. During his stop in Great Britain, Trump was met with widespread protests. Obviously, Sean Hannity decided to go abroad with the president just in case he need a snack and bottled milk wasn’t

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