DGTL Amsterdam has revealed the full line-up for the seventh edition of the festival which will take place in the city in April.
Leading the bill are Ben Klock, Amelie Lens, Disclosure, Maceo Plex, Midland, Honey Dijon, Bicep and Marcel Dettmann.
Also confirmed are leading names such as The Black Madonna, HAAi, DJ Koze, Mano Le Tough, Laurent Garnier, Moodymann, Motor City Drum Ensemble and Dixon.
Movement Detroit will take place from 25th - 27th May 2019 in the city’s Hart Plaza and the line-up is already looking stacked.
Among the DJs and live acts already locked to play the festival are Amelie Lens, Orbital, Stephan Bodzin, DJ Bone and Robert Hood, who will be performing live under his Floorplan moniker.
Also set to play are Danny Brown, DJ Nobu, Hot Since 82, Chris Lake and Heiko Laux.
Next year’s edition of Boomtown will see the introduction of a new stage dedicated to techno and electronic music.
Area 404 is the newest of the festival’s 14 districts and will feature headline sets from Carl Cox, Amelie Lens and Four Tet.
Also confirmed to play are Ben UFO b2b Joy Orbison, Eats Everything, Mall Grab, Skream, Dense & Pika, Claude VonStroke, Erol Alkan b2b Boys Noize, La Fleur b2b B.Traits, Sama’ and Enrico Sanguiliano.
The line-up for next year’s edition of Sonus has been announced, and Richie Hawtin, Amelie Lens and Patrick Topping are amongst those filling the bill.
Also set to play are Marco Carola, Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear, Tale Of Us, Zip, Jamie Jones, Sven Väth, Seth Troxler, Solomun, Ben Klock, Joseph Capriati and Richy Ahmed amongst others.
In all, the festival has added more than 40 names to next year’s bill, with more to be confirmed in the coming months.
OFFSónar has locked the likes of Carl Cox, Adam Beyer and Amelie Lens for its 2019 outing.
As well as announcing that it's moving to July (18th-21st), organisers have revealed the showcases for 2019. See the full line-up, as part of the first announcement, below.
Doubling up as their last event until 2019, several big names in techno and house will play Junction 2's pre-New Year's party.
Lining up at London's Tobacco Dock on Saturday, December 29th are Adam Beyer (In The Car Park), Âme b2b Rødhåd (a UK debut), Amelie Lens, Dixon with an extended set, Fort Romeau, Mind Against and Trikk. See the full breakdown below.
Adam Beyer (pictured)
Amelie Lens will release her new EP, ‘Basiel’, via her own Lenske label this Friday 23rd November.
Having launched the label earlier this year with the ‘Risin’’ EP by Farrago, the Belgian star steps up now with a solo outing comprising three cuts of incendiary, big-room-ready techno.
In:Motion has confirmed its Autumn line-ups, opening with 24-hours of music spread over the course of one weekend.
The ninth season of the Bristol series kicks off on Friday 28th September at Motion, with a focus on beats, breaks and bass music featuring David Rodigan, DJ Zinc, Redlight, Friction, Macky Gee and Uncle Dugs.
Saturday 29th September then involves an impressive list of house and techno names including Amelie Lens, Jackmaster, Floating Points, Midland, Joy Orbison and Blawan. A new courtyard will be open from 3PM, with sets running through until 7AM.
Drumcode Festival has announced the full line-up and set times for its debut edition, which takes place in Amsterdam on 18th August.
Well over 25 names are set to appear, including label bossman Adam Beyer and associates such as Dense & Pika, Ida Engberg, Joseph Capriati, Pan-Pot, Bart Skils, Amelie Lens and Nicole Moudaber.