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Wednesday, November 18, 2020

You can catch virtual sets by Kevin Saunderson, Stacey Pullen, DJ Godfather, and more this weekend

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  • Steven Pham
  • We want what they have.

We're still missing the thumping four on the floor beats of Detroit's canceled Movement electronic music festival — or hell, any dance night, really — but thankfully Movement producers Paxahau are keeping the music going, pandemic be damned.

The party promoters have been featuring monthly "virtual festivals" as part of a partnership with streaming platforming Twitch. Movement Selects Vol. 3 goes live starting at 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 20 with some big names in techno and house.

Those include techno pioneer Kevin Saunderson performing as E-Dancer, Ben UFO, British acid house duo Paranoid London, DJ Godfather, Ash Lauryn, Drummer B, Matrixxman, Stacey Pullen, and more.

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Paxahau has also teased a 2021 lineup featuring Anna, Carl Craig, Kash Doll, Testpilot, Richie Hawtin, and more.

Needless to say we're hoping there's a COVID-19 vaccine soon.

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