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Kraftwerk to Headline Detroit's Tenth Anniversary Movement Festival

Techno godfathers Kraftwerk will hold down the headlining spot with their acclaimed 3D show.
Image courtesy of Movement

Movement festival has announced phase one of the lineup for its tenth anniversary and it's so good it just might make your heart skip a beat. German dance music pioneers Kraftwerk are set to hold down the headlining spot with their acclaimed 3D show, making their very first Movement appearance, and they'll be receiving "support" from a legendary array of international producers and DJs.

Other artists making their Movement debuts this year include British producer Four Tet, German power duo Âme (DJ set), Dan Snaith's Caribou and The Black Madonna.

The rest of the lineup announced so far includes, but is not limited to, Detroit mainstays like Kevin Saunderson, Carl Craig, and Juan Atkins (here presenting his "Borderland" project with Basic Channel alumn Moritz von Oswald), along with Iranian-American artist Dubfire, house legend Marc Kinchen, Canadian magnate Richie Hawtin, and many, many, more.

Detroit's Movement festival is one of the most prestigious dance music events in North America, taking place annually on Memorial Day weekend at the city's waterfront Hart Plaza.

Check out the whole, stunning lineup above, and buy your advance tickets here.

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