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LWE’s Guide to Movement 2012 – Little White Earbuds

LWE’s Guide to Movement 2012

With electronic music festivals springing up like weeds across the U.S., many of them featuring the most populist line-ups money can buy, Movement seems like the wise granddaddy of the scene, showing the youngsters how it should be done. Despite pulling equally large crowds, the festival’s organizers, Paxahau, have not moved away from booking underground-friendly line-ups even as they make nods to the wider milieu. Purists may disagree, but from where we’re sitting 2012 is one of their most solid line-ups in years. As such, LWE have put together our guide to the festival, complete with our picks of the three-day festival’s can’t-miss moments (denoted by our logo). Yes, we know some of your favorite artists didn’t get picked, but with five stages running simultaneously that’s a choice you have to make. We’ll follow it next week with a guide to the many afterparties that accompany the festivities.

Saturday, May 26th

Main Stage
3-5pm — Mark Farina (Mushroom Jazz set)
5-6:30 — Greg Wilson
 6:30-8 — Todd Terje
 8-10 — Derrick Carter
 10pm-12am — Lil’ Louis

Made In Detroit Stage
12-2pm — Daniel Andres
2-3:30 — Tony Ollivierra
3:30-5 — Earl Mixxin McKinney
 5-6:30 — Andres
6:30-8 — Marcellus Pittman
 8-9:30 — Kyle Hall b2b Jay Daniel
 9:30-11 — Mike Huckaby

Red Bull Music Academy Stage
 1-3pm — Pursuit Grooves
3-4:30 — Salva
 4:30-5:30 — Actress
5:30-6:30 — Brenmar
6:30-7:30 — Bok Bok
7:30-8:30 — Two Fresh
8:30-9:30 — Photek
9:30-10:30 — SBTRKT
10:30-12am — Roni Size

Underground Stage

1:30-3pm — Mykel Waters
3-4:30 — Phil Agosta
4:30-6 — Droog
6-7:30 — Mr. C
7:30-9 — Jimmy Edgar
9-10:30 — Matias Aguayo
10:30-12am — Michael Mayer

Beatport Stage
12-1:30pm — AvA
1:30-3pm — Filsonik b2b Patrick
3-5 — Tale of Us
5-6 — Benoit & Sergio
6-7 — dOP
7-8:30 — Damian Lazarus
8:30-10 — Davide Squillace
10-12am — Seth Troxler b2b Guy Gerber

Sunday, May 27th

Main Stage
 3-5pm — Carl Craig
5-6:30 — DJ Sneak
6:30-8 — Josh Wink
8-9:30 — Marco Carola
9:30-11 — Loco Dice
 11-12am — Public Enemy

Made In Detroit Stage
12-1:30pm — Erno the Inferno
2-4 — Dwayne Jensen
4-5:30 — Malik Alston
5:30-6:30 — John Arnold
6:30-8 — Pirahnahead
 8-9:30 — Rick Wilhite
 9:30-11 — MK (Marc Kinchen)

Red Bull Music Academy Stage
1-2:30pm — Keef Boxx
2:30-4 — Slow Hands
4-5:30 — Tiger & Woods
5:30-7 — Wolf + Lamb
 7-8 — Lindstrom
8-10 — Hot Natured
10-11 — Gold Panda
11-12am — Zeds Dead

Underground Stage
2-3pm — Calico
3-4 — GRiZ
4-5 — Adventure Club
5-6 — Michal Menert
 6-7 — FaltyDL
 7-8 — Dopplereffekt
8-9:30 — Eddie Fowlkes
9:30-11 — Juan Atkins

Beatport Stage
12-1:30pm — Matthew Hawtin
1:30-3 — Camea
3-4:30 — Heidi
 4:30-6 — Maya Jane Coles
6-7:30 — Maceo Plex
7:30-9 — Ian Pooley
9-10 — Mathew Jonson
10-12am — Claude VonStroke

Monday, May 28th

Main Stage
 3-4:30 — Nina Kraviz
 4:30-6 — Cassy
6-7:30 — Radio Slave
7:30-9 — Chris Liebling
9-10:30 — Kevin Saunderson
 10:30-12am — The Wizard aka Jeff Mills

Made In Detroit Stage
12-2 — Ryan Richards
2-3:30 — Dru Ruiz
3:30-5 — DJ Psycho
5-6 — Brian Gillespie
6-7 — DJ Godfather
7-8 — Project 313 (live)
 8-9:30 — Derek Plaslaiko
9:30-11 — Stacey Pullen

Red Bull Music Academy Stage
2-4pm — No Regular Play
4-6 — Danny Daze
6-7 — Keys N Krates
7-8 — Minnesota
8-9 — araabMUZIK
9-10 — Nadastrom
10-11 — Dillon Francis
11-12am — Major Lazer

Underground Stage
3-4:30 — OktoRed
4:30-6 — Jesse Rose
6-7:30 — Jay Haze
7:30-9 — Adam Jay
9-11 — Carlo Lio

Beatport Stage

12-1:30 — Clark Warner
1:30-3 — Joshua Harrison
 3-4:30 — Monty Luke
4:30-6 — Subb-an
6-8 — The Martinez Brothers
8-10 — Nic Fanciulli b2b Joris Voorn
10-12am — Steve Bug

Brian  on May 17, 2012 at 1:46 PM

Why don’t you guys also add on to this with some after parties you think are worth checking out? Offish and unoffish.

Anton  on May 17, 2012 at 1:48 PM

You might want to read more closely, bud, that’s what the intro says they’re gonna do.

Brian  on May 18, 2012 at 2:54 PM

Oh thanks Anton, I truly appreciate you pointing that out to me bub!

cz  on May 18, 2012 at 6:10 PM

flabbergasted that you don’t think Tony Ollivierra and Marcellus Pittman are must-sees.

IF you want proof that Tony is worth it, check out this mix he did for my (now defunct) personal blog:

http://files.deejaycountzer0.com/Tony_Ollivierra_AKA_Ibex_-_Protean_Disco_DJ_mix_for_deejaycountzero_dot_com.mp3

cz  on May 18, 2012 at 6:12 PM

these are the only three afterparties even worth mentioning

f http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?361173
s http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?343937
s http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?360059

and soul skate

and yes, the rest of the party where omar s is playing live is so bad as to negate going just to hear him play live.

kz  on June 5, 2012 at 2:47 PM

cz is pretty much a royal piece of shit for sure

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