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[Festival Review] Four Days In The Life of a Ninja at Movement Music Festival

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All photos copyright and courtesy of Matthew Reyer & Black Tuesday

Detroit’s fabled Movement Electronic Music Festival (formerly DEMF) was a visceral experience to say the least. From the sternum throttling bass kicks of the world’s loudest soundsystems designed exactly for all facets of dance music, the artificial crunch of plastic bottles and beer cans condensing beneath our feet in a warehouse basement at 5:00 a.m., to the general amounts of love from nearly every corner of the industry; we had an engaging and wonderful time. And with new owners Paxahau doing most everything in their ability to ensure a great Memorial Day Weekend, for the most part, the shows went off without a hitch.

Our team arrived late Friday night, and with still at least a couple of hours left in the evening to party before Movement’s official kick off the following afternoon, we headed to Detroit’s gritty warehouse district for an incredibly deep and storied lineup featuring both Moodyman and Theo Parrish taking us all to the Church of House through a vinyl only, eclectic set fusing neo-jazz, classic disco and plenty of contemporary house and techno without well… too much mixing really. It was certainly a throwback night in every sense, even an ode to Paradise Garage maestro Larry Levan style mixing. It was great to get back to our roots, stop being so damn critical, just enjoy a couple of dance music legends and set the stage for our weekend.

Read our entire Movement review after the jump!

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[NEW] Brodinski – Gimme Back the Night (Feat. Theophilus London)

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Gimme Back The Night ft Theophilus London

French producer Brodinski and Brooklyn emcee Theophilus London set out to take over the dance floor with their latest single “Gimme Back the Night.” Not to be confused with the groovy “Take Back the Night,” this new track drips with a seductive techno rhythm and dark undertones. Playing back some spoken-word sound bites and synth beats, this fusion of electro, rap, and dance is sure to become a night club anthem.┬áThis haunting, yet infectious track will be physically released Sept 16th and featured on Brodinski’s upcoming full length on Bromance Records.

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