I just realized I posted the lineup a while back. But, I haven’t come back to give you all the full schedule. Who is going this year? What are you looking forward to? Who is your favourite artist showing up this year? How about the after parties, are you going to any of those? Leave me a note and let me know! Schedule below.


VitaminWater Main Stage

2 p.m. DJ Harvey: Irreverent UK DJ, disco and garage.

5 Metro Area: Brooklyn duo — disco and techno.

7 Tortured Soul (live): From Brooklyn, soulful house.

8 Kerri Chandler: House legend from New York.

10 Felix da Housecat: Chicago house and electro DJ/producer.

Beatport Stage

Noon Matthew Hawtin: Richie’s brother enjoys elegiac, experimental electronic.

3 JPLS: Indiana producer — throaty minimal techno.

4 Ambivalent: D.C. native pumps minimal techno and house.

6:30 Heartthrob (live): Stark, chirpy, minimal Michigan techno.

8 Gaiser: Grand Rapids artist’s intricately dark minimal techno.

9 Marc Houle: Windsor producer — spare retro synth techno.

10 Richie Hawtin: Global techno stalwart returns to home base. Arrive early.

Made in Detroit Stage

Noon Eric Johnson: Deeeep Detroit house producer and DJ.

2 Chuck Daniels: Shake-your-booty Detroit house vibe.

3:30 Mike Servito: Detroit techno funked up.

5 Michael Geiger: Organic Detroit house selector.

6:30 Aril Brikha (live): Stockholm producer tweaks the synths.

8 Visionquest: Seth Troxler, Ryan Crosson, Shaun Reeves and Lee Curtiss … together? Expect trouble.

Red Bull Music Academy Stage

2 p.m. Electrobounce Presents: DJ X-Change, DJ Godfather, N-Ter (live), Brian (Starski) Gillespie, Good Money a.k.a. Coon Daddy (live) and Tone’ (live). Lineup promises hip-hop/ghettotech/electro Detroit MANIA.

5 Hudson Mohawke (live): Offbeat Scottish hip-hoppy electronic weirdness.

6 Daedalus (live): Suave, experimental electronic from Los Angeles.

7 Dam-Funk & Master Blazter (live): LA’s Ambassadors of boogie techno funk.

8 Matt Clarke: “Razorsharp” Detroit dubstep.

9:30 Goldie featuring MC Armanni Reign: Old-school Scottish drum-n-bass producer.

11 Skillrex: Sharp, shrill and twisted screamo dubstep.

Movement Torino Music Festival Stage

2 p.m. The Siege (live/DJ): Artisan-level ridiculousness from brotherly duo.

4 Space Time Continuum: Seminal UK ambient electronic producer.

6 Cio D’or: Deep, filtered minimal electronic from Munich.

7:30 Kero (live): Detroit abstract experimental audio-visual electronic.

8:30 Richard Devine (live): Layered, heavily processed synthesized electronic music.

9:30 Venetian Snares: Glitchy breakcore-IDM from Winnipeg.

10:30 Monolake Surround (live): Collaborative audio/visual extravaganza in real time.


VitaminWater Main Stage

2 p.m. Sammy Dee: German precision-infused house and techno sets.

3:30 Mark Flash: Detroit DJ-producer merges house, techno and funk.

5 Margaret Dygas: Native of Poland produces avant-garde techno.

7 Ricardo Villalobos: Celebrated Chilean-German producer plays minimal, microhouse techno.

9 Sven Väth: Veteran German techno producer and DJ makes rare American appearance.

11 69 (Carl Craig): Live performance debut of Craig’s 69 persona, playing futuristic funk.

Beatport Stage

Noon Dr. Atmo: German ambient producer dishes up the chill.

3:30 Pulshar (live): Spanish ambient dub duo.

4:30 Livio & Roby: Romanian duo keeps the house groovy.

6 Tini: German deep techno and minimal house DJ.

7:30 Martin Buttrich: Dynamic veteran German techno producer.

9 Guti: Jazz-influenced Argentinean techno producer.

10 Loco Dice: German label owner and powerhouse techno DJ-producer.

Made in Detroit Stage

Noon DJ Cent: Delicious Detroit house music.

2 Mike Brown: Hometown-flavored techno and house.

3:30 Minx: Funky, powerful house with a smudge of grace.

5 John Collins: Deep Detroit underground house.

6:30 Al Ester: Old-school house jock outta Detroit.

8 Bruce Bailey: Detroit DJ is strictly about the house.

9:30 Delano Smith: Veteran schooled in Detroit house.

Red Bull Music Academy Stage

1 p.m. Com Truise (live): MIDI-fi, synth-wave, slow-motion electronic funk.

3 Space Dimension Controller (live): Ethereal synth house oddities from another planet.

4:30 Ana Sia: Dirty dubstep, grimy glitch and global psy-hop.

6 Soul Clap: Boston duo brings out the funk in techno.

8 Eliot Lipp (live): Vintage take on hip-hop and house.

9 Beardyman (live): London MC beatboxing and live looping.

10 The Gaslamp Killer: Los Angeles psychedelic dubstep hip-hop.

11 Aux 88 (live): Detroit electro artisans dabble in audio nano-circuitry.

Movement Torino Music Festival Stage

2 p.m. Nospectacle: Live audio/video improvisational ambient outfit.

4 Deepchord presents Echospace: Detroit dub techno duo reaches for the stratosphere.

5 Traversable Wormhole (live): Sci-fi influenced space and bass techno music project.

6 Ryan Elliott: Bass-line-driven Detroit techno and house.

7:30 Steve Rachmad: Deep, groovy Dutch techno.

9 Ben Klock: Tension-filled, stripped-down German techno.

10:30 Marcel Dettmann (DJ set): Well-oiled techno from Berlin.


VitaminWater Main Stage

3 p.m. Terrence Parker: Detroit’s “Telephone Man” pioneered inspirational gospel house.

5 The Dirtbombs (live): Detroit garage rock band plays covers of Detroit techno classics.

6 Reference: Detroit dub techno specialists Luke Hess and Brian Kage.

7:30 Dubfire: Native of Iran and Deep Dish member, he plays dark techno.

9 Green Velvet (live): Eccentric veteran Chicago techno and house producer.

10 Fatboy Slim: Multifaceted British musician and DJ plays crowd-pleasing, percolating big beat.

Beatport Stage

Noon Clark Warner: Now based in Denver, the longtime Detroit tastemaker plays eclectic electronic.

2 Secrets (live): Detroit techno mayhem.

3:30 Deniz Kurtel: Native of Turkey plays experimental, atmospheric techno.

4:30 Three: Eclectic New York-based DJ plays house and techno.

6 Art Department: Toronto duo plays deep, gothic house.

7:30 Justin Martin: San Francisco producer/DJ blends melodic and tough house.

9 Victor Calderone: Veteran New York house producer and DJ.

10:30 Adam Beyer: Swedish producer and label owner (Drumcode) plays techno.

Made in Detroit Stage

Noon Erika: Member of electro outfit Ectomorph, she plays eclectic electronic.

2 Paranormal Tek: Detroit Paranormal Society musician performs techno.

3:30 Franki Juncaj (aka DJ 3000): Hamtramck Underground Resistance DJ plays techno.

5 District 909 (live): Purist hardware techno and electro producer.

6:30 DTM 5×5: Detroit Techno Militia DJ collective.

8 DJ T-1000: Veteran techno DJ and producer.

9:30 Claude Young: Detroit producer and DJ blends lush melodies with hard techno.

Red Bull Music Academy Stage

2 p.m. B. Bravo: San Francisco producer likes the synthesizer funk.

4 Pearson Sound/Ramadanman: UK producer blends dubstep and drum-n-bass.

5:30 Calvertron and Figure: British producer plays gritty dubstep.

7 Scuba: Rinsed dubstep and techno from this North London producer.

8:30 Little Dragon (live): Swedish band blends twee indie pop and electronic.

9:30 MiMOSA: San Francisco native melds dubstep, glitch hop and experimental.

10:30 Flying Lotus (live): Los Angeles producer’s abstract jazz-influenced hip-hop and electronic music is jaw-droppinglymemorable.

Movement Torino Music Festival Stage

1 p.m. Ataxia (live): Detroit duo churns out minimal techno.

3 Dabura: Detroit DJ plays tech-house.

4:30 Anthony Attalla: Celebrated Detroit house and techno producer-DJ.

6 Boo Williams & Glenn Underground: Veteran Chicago house producers-DJs join forces.

8 Shlomi Aber: Israeli producer-DJ melds minimal, acid and Detroit techno.

9:30 James Zabiela (live): UK producer-DJ combines tech-house and electro house.

11 Paul Kalkbrenner: German producer churns out melodic techno.