We Recount Festival Mysteries on Episode 14 of the THUMP Podcast

Back from Movement and the Indy 500's EDM festival, we talk about the times that music festivals can get weird.


The Family That Raves Together, Stays Together

Kevin Saunderson and his sons Dantiez and DaMarii are Detroit techno's first family.


Getting Rejected from a Party Taught Me the Meaning of Nightlife

I haven't been rejected from a party in a while, but being denied at Seth Troxler's infamous Old Miami rager in Detroit was the enlightenment I needed.


We Asked Ravers at Movement If Techno Can Take Down Trump

In 2017, the underground is still here to resist.


These Intimate Photos Show a Side of Detroit's Movement Most People Miss

Poignant little moments at America's biggest techno festival.


The Sleep-Deprived Raver's Guide to Movement 2017's Afterparties

We made you a chart so you can focus on what's really important: dancing.


John Tejada's All Vinyl Mix Is a Deep Trip Down the Rabbit Hole

The acid-loving veteran shows what two turntables and a mixer can do before a headlining appearance at beloved Detroit Movement party OK, Cool.


Justin Cudmore Found Family in House Music—Now He’s Ready to Give Back to the Dancefloor

After a slow and steady journey finding himself through music, the Illinois-via-Brooklyn producer is gearing up for his biggest record yet.


Festival of the Year: Movement Detroit's After-Parties Were Even Trippier Than the Real Thing

The annual weekender is always a wild time—but what happens when the sun goes down is impossible to forget.


11 Festivals That Were Actually Worth Going to This Year

Festivals can be sweltering, crowded, and expensive, but sometimes it pays off with one perfect weekend.


Carl Cox, Kate Simko, Rrose, and More to Play Detroit's 2017 Movement Festival

The festival shared its first-wave lineup ahead of its return Memorial Day Weekend.


Alt-Right Spokesman Richard Spencer Talks About How Powerful Hate Can Be

We sat down with the white nationalist in Washington, DC, on 'VICE News Tonight' to find out if the alt-right movement is really as strong as the media makes it out to be.