Just announced: More Movement 2017 lineup with Testpilot, Richie Hawtin, Juicy J

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The scene at the Movement festival in 2015. Photo by Dontae Rockymore.

With all of the secrecy, planning and hoopla which one might expect from a tech giant at its annual shareholders meeting, our friends at Paxahau today announce "phase two" of the announcing of the lineup for Movement, the internationally-beloved electronic music gathering which takes over downtown Detroit each year. Over forty acts have been announced for Movement 2017, including Memphis, Tenn.'s Juicy J, the always crowd-pleasing superstar Richie Hawtin, and Testpilot (deaudmau5 under his techno-happy moniker).

Movement 2017 takes place at Hart Plaza, Detroit, on Memorial Day weekend, Friday, May 27-Monday, May 29. Three-day weekend passes are now available at both VIP and general admission rates at www.movement.us.

Phase two lineup announcements:

John Arnold - live
Ataxia - live
Thomas Barnett aka Groove Slave
Gary Chandler
John “Jammin” Collins
Carl Craig presents Versus Synthesizer Ensemble
DJ Deep
Honey Dijon
Terrence Dixon as Population One - live
The Gaslamp Killer
Richie Hawtin
Haz Mat - live
Rebekah Hybrid Set
Juicy J
John Johr
Brian Kage
Keith Kemp
Mind Against
DJ Minx
Octave One - live
Octo Octa
Paco Osuna
Terrence Parker feat. Merachka
Asher Perkins
Red Axes (DJ set)
Remote Viewing Party
Dru Ruiz
The Saunderson Brothers
Scan 7 - live
Ben Sims b2b Truncate BXT - live
TT The Artist
Seth Troxler
Twin Cousin

Today’s lineup is in addition to the phase one announcement, which we wrote of earlier, and which includes:

Kai Alcé
Daniel Avery
Audion - live
AX&P (Adam X & Perc)
The Bellevile Three
Adam Beyer
Danny Brown
Joseph Capriati
Kerri Chandler
Carl Cox
Carl Craig
Barclay Crenshaw
Death In Vegas present: Transmission - live
Dopplereffekt - live
Altstadt Echo
Ryan Elliott
Factory Floor - live
Function - live
Golf Clap
DJ Harvey
Headless Horseman - live
Larry Heard aka Mr. Fingers - live
Luke Hess
DJ Hyperactive
Robert Hood - live
Anthony Jimenez
Jamie Jones
Mathew Jonson - live
Ben Klock
Chris Liebing
Mirko Loko
Francesca Lombardo
Michael Mayer
Sheefy McFly
Earl “Mixxin” McKinney
Alton Miller
Nicole Moudaber
Mount Kimbie - live
Orphx - live
Paranoid London - live
Project 313 - live
DJ Psycho
Recondite - live
Rodriguez Jr. - live
Rrose - live
Stacey Pullen
Shiba San
Kevin Saunderson as E-Dancer - live
Kate Simko
Sleeparchive - live
DJ Seoul
Soul Clap - live
Earl Sweatshirt
Norm Talley
Teklife: DJ Spinn & DJ Taye
River Tiber
Patrick Topping b2b Nathan Barato
Leon Vynehall
Josh Wink
Keith Worthy

Whew. To learn more, visit movement.us.

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Mike McGonigal

Metro Times music editor Mike McGonigal has written about music since 1984, when he started the fanzine Chemical Imbalance at age sixteen with money saved from mowing lawns in Florida. He's since written for Spin, Pitchfork, the Village VOICE and Artforum. He's been a museum guard, a financial reporter, a bicycle...
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