Registered: Feb 2006
Location: Intergalactic Planetary
Originally posted by beema
Hey nooblers, here's my official interactive DEMF map.
Currently it's full of locations from last year's festival but I will be updating it as more parties get announced, etc. DEMF Map
That's really cool! Look at the hits it got. Must be good!
Registered: Jul 2002
volcanoes = where da party is at
those are all venues that had stuff last year, not sure if they will be again, but I'm leaving them on there 'till I hear otherwise.
"I think the scientific and the artistic spirit have something in common. The scientist wants not only to learn the facts, but to understand how they cohere, fit together and make a whole. He even uses criteria such as beauty and symmetry to help decide which theory he wants.
The scientist cannot capture the whole cosmos in thought. In his mind he makes a kind of microcosm, which we see as an analogue of the cosmos. In this way we try to get a feeling for the whole. The artist, I suppose, gets a feeling for the whole some other way.â€ť
David Bohm in â€śArt, Dialogue and the Implicate Orderâ€ť, published in On Creativity RC (Routledge Classics)
Registered: Jul 2002
PAXAHAU ANNOUNCES 25 MORE ARTISTS FOR MOVEMENT 2009
Paxahau to Promote Movement 2009 Lineup at Winter Music Conference
DETROIT, March 25, 2009—Anthony Rother, Benga, Glitch Mob and Marc “MK” Kinchen are among the list of 25 more names released today by Paxahau of electronic music artists scheduled to perform at Movement 2009 May 23-25 on Hart Plaza in Detroit. Last week the producers of the Memorial Day weekend festival announced an artist list of 35 which included Afrika Bambaataa, Bassnectar and Carl Cox.
“As I’ve said previously we spend a lot of time selecting artists and DJs that will appeal to electronic music enthusiasts,” said Jason Huvaere, president of Paxahau. “And I think with the addition of these 25 artists we have done a good job of putting together a solid mix of local and international performers to take the stages at Movement this year.”
An alphabetical listing of the 25 performers announced today is as follows:
Al Ester Krazy Baldhead - live
Anthony Rother - live
Marc “MK” Kinchen & Scotty Deep - live
Benga Mieka du Franx
Busy P Mike Clark
Chuck Gibson a.k.a Perception – live
Neil Landstrumm - live
Drumcell Octave One - live
Exchange Bureau - live
The Sight Below - live
Glitch Mob - live
Henrik Schwarz, AME and Dixon present: Innervisions Live: a critical mass
Kevin Reynolds - live
The announcement of these artists comes as representatives from Paxahau head to the 24th Annual Winter Music Conference in Miami. This four day event is considered to be the premier networking event in the dance music industry, attracting professionals from more than 70 different countries. Every aspect of the industry is represented at this event.
“Winter Music Conference is our unofficial deadline to lock down the majority of our lineup,” Huvaere said. “We go down there to meet with industry professionals and promote the Movement festival as well as the city of Detroit.”