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Thu May 31, 2012
A recap of the 2012 Movement: Detroit Electronic Music Festival
Some people went north, or headed to the pools for the Memorial Weekend, others danced the weekend away at the Movement: Detroit Electronic Music Festival at Hart Plaza in downtown Detroit.
NPR's All Songs Considered put up a recap of the Festival:
Now in its thirteenth year, Movement: Detroit's Electronic Music Festival has featured an enormously diverse group of electronic producers and DJs from around the world. Detroit is the birthplace of Techno and after all these years of being more popular nearly everywhere but Detroit, there was a feeling at this year's festival that it's all coming back home.
Here's host Bob Boilen talking with NPR's Sami Yenigun and U Street Music Hall promotions director Morgan Tepper about their experiences at the festival:
And here's a sampling of music heard at the festival (included is a song title using a phrase I often heard in grade school - *chuckle*).
Sampling put together by All Songs Considered:
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