Stream Movement Detroit 2016 Live Throughout the Weekend


Not going to Detroit for Movement?

Don’t fret, while we cannot bring you to Hart Plaza with us, we can conveniently tell you how you can bring Hart Plaza to the comfort of your home or office!

First up, you will be able to stream BE-AT.TV live throughout the entire weekend. Below is the list of stages and sets that will be streamed, as well as a direct link to each broadcast and an embedded player for each! Read more

Damian Lazarus & the Ancient Moons Live Performance at Mack Sennett Studios, Los Angeles this Friday

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Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons will preview their live show with only a few exclusive performances in America after their debut show earlier this year at DAY ZERO Festival in Mexico.

The first one will be tomorrow in Los Angeles at Mack Sennett Studios. Mark Sennet Studios will be the ideal platform for the intimate Los Angeles show giving it a unique vibe that won’t be felt anywhere else across the city. This very special evening will be off to a good start with the musical talents of KCRW legend, Jason Bentley, whose broad selection will set the perfect mood for what is to come.

San Francisco trio Pillowtalk will get everyone on their feet and their housey rhythms infused with pop, R&B, soul and boogie will create the perfect contrast for The Ancient Moons to take you on the final journey of the night – into the mysterious and musically diverse mind of Damian Lazarus.

For tickets, info, and afterparty details kindly visit the official event page. This one is not to be missed.

 Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons – Vermillion

Set Times
8pm –  Doors Open
8:30-930 – Jason Bentley
930-1030 – Pillowtalk
1030-11 – Jason Bentley
11-12 – Damian & Ancient Moons
12-2 – Industry after party w/ Eduardo Castillo at the Speakeasy

New Music Seminar reveals its early days from Detroit to New York


Detroit and New York are truly the epitome of forward thinking electronic music culture in North America and have set unparalleled standards on the global scene. From the late 80s to the early 90s techno pioneers such as Jeff Mills, Terrence Parker, Mike Banks, Mike “Agent X” Clark, Bill “Billy Love” Beaver, Norm Talley, and Robert hood would make their annual trek from the motor city to the big apple attending ‘New Music Seminar‘ (NSM) often known as the precursor to Winter Music Conference (WMC) in Miami. This fascinating story of this annual trip between a few passionate music-driven friends sets the early stages and influence for the future of Detroit Techno. Read the full piece on RBMA here.