Saturday, May 28, 2011

Movement 2011 before the maddness

Festival setup pics.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Only at DEMF...


This Sunday May 29th in Detroit, Teksupport teams up with Detroit's Detek introducing the first installment of /deteksupport/
An exclusive live/DJ set between Heartthrob and Butane tops the bill for /deteksupport/, an all night bash at the Works this Sunday in Detroit after Movement Festival.

This party will take place across three rooms and a patio with a number of exclusive appearances throughout the night.
Clink bring a few of their artists to the bill, including including Ambivalent, Alexi Delano and Camea, while Resolute will have KiNK perform an exclusive live set, with DJ support from Kate Simko, Maetrik and Berlin stalwart Sammy Dee. A Detroit/New York axis of talent rounds out the lineup, with exclusive appearances from Monty Luke and Amyn (performing live) along with Teksupport resident Dave Rosario + additional Detroit local support
Guests worried about an early (police-enforced) shut down can rest assured that the party will run til 8am, thanks to the Works' after-hour license.

Limited tickets for this event available:
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Detek & Teksupport Present:

Heartthrob vs Butane (Live +DJ / Exclusive)

Clink Showcase:
Alexi Delano (Exclusive)
Camea (Exclusive)
Cesare vs Disorder (Exclusive)
Tim Xavier (Exclusive)

Resolute Presents:
KiNK (Live / Exclusive)
Sammy Dee
Maetrik (DJ Set / Exclusive)
Kate Simko
Elon (Exclusive)
Connie (Exclusive)

Monty Luke (Exclusive)
Amyn (Live / Exclusive)
MEANS and ENDS (Live)
Laszlo Sandor
Dave Rosario
Gabe Real
JD Harrington
Ray Nicholes
Kirk Jon
Justin James
Jenna Brown
Dru Ruiz

10 Hour Event
3 Rooms & Patio
Visuals By: VGER
Sound By: Source Audio
LED Lighting By: Eye Cue

Tickets Available Online at:

$15 Limited Early Bird Special (SOLD OUT)
$20 Limited Advance (SOLD OUT)
$25 Advance Until 5/27

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Sunday, May 22, 2011

NYC: Come Frolic in the Park with Me

FROLIC: 10th Anniversary Edition

EMU's Free Open-air Music Event Returns on July 9th FROLIC

Popular outdoor dance music event FROLIC, is returning to the Festivus presents FROLIC- The 10th Anniversary Edition

EMU's Free Open-air Music Event Returns for It’s 10th Anniversary

New York, NY: Popular outdoor dance music event FROLIC, is returning to the Central Park’s Great Hill on Saturday July 9th, 2011 to celebrate it’s 10th Anniversary. This long-running annual art and music event, is a volunteer run community-based event whose purpose is to bring people of all ages together to exp...erience electronic music in a positive, open air setting. FROLIC is a leave-no-trace event funded through donations and volunteer support, with proceeds donated to help NYC children's Art and Music educational programs.

“We are very excited to celebrate the anniversary of our tenth event, and we plan on making it one of our most memorable yet. But this is not just a celebration of a milestone, this is a celebration of everyone who has supported our event in the past. We wouldn’t be here without them and the continued support of the community.”

– Mike SmileZ, FROLIC Director

We would like to thank everyone for their support throughout the years, and we invite supporters, both old and new to please lend us your support for this year's FROLIC. Please go to to make a donation to this year’s event.

FROLIC’s organizers are an urban grassroots consortium dedicated to promoting publicly-performed electronic music as an art form. The non-profit organization’s mission is to create spaces for electronic music fans to enjoy dancing in the daylight. They believe electronic music is the music that speaks in the frequency of our soul, and seek to use this music as a medium to enrich the lives of New York City's children by raising money for Arts and Music education.

Go to for more information about FROLIC, including pictures from all of our previous events, as well as a very special thank you to all of our supporters over the last nine events.

Stay tuned for the complete artist line-up, after-party details, and volunteer information, coming soon!

Friday, May 13, 2011


Everyone has been thinking it, but now the proof is in the pudding...

WMC's The List

Compared to DEMF After party listing, kudos great little site


DETROIT, MAY 12, 2011—Paxahau Promotions Group today released the artist set schedule for the 2011 Movement Electronic Music Festival. To see the schedule visit or

The artist schedule released today gives festival-goers for the first time a complete listing of which artist is playing on what stage, on which day, and at what time. The festival this year as it has been in the past has five stages—vitaminwater, Beatport, Red Bull Music Academy, Made in Detroit and Movement Torino.

Pre-sale one day passes available now. Three-day Passes $70 on May 14

Pre-sale one-day passes will be available for just $35 starting May 12. This is the first time one-day passes have been made available early, usually they are made available only through walkup.

The $60 three-day weekend pass pricing to the Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit will come to an end after being in effect since April. Starting on Saturday, May 14, weekend passes will cost just $70 and provide fans access to the festival May 28-30.

VIP passes to Movement are now available for just $150. With these passes festival-goers receive access to the following:

· Private check-in area to receive your credentials

· Access to large area above and behind the main stage

· Private bar - 6 complimentary drink tickets

· Discounted drinks available at the VIP bar

· Deluxe private executive bathroom trailers

· Voucher good for 1 Official Movement T-shirt (While Supplies Last)

To purchase passes visit the online ticket store at