Electric Agenda creates a mobile friendly schedule for the Movement festival

http://electricagenda.com/

Surprisingly enough there doesn’t seem to be to many great ways to stay up on the festival schedule besides carrying around a paper version, or pinching and zooming the large, obnoxious pdf that every website seems to be displaying.

We were stoked to hear about the mobile friendly web app that www.electricagenda.com made to solve this. Check it out.

 


Movement Electronic Music Festival 2015

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The Phase 2 line-up includes:

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313 The Hard Way (DJ Seoul b2b DJ Psycho b2b T.Linder)

ADMN

Al Ester

Andy Garcia

Annix

Anthony Jimenez

Ben Christensen

Brodinski

Bruce Bailey

Calico

Carl Craig featuring Mad Mike Banks – live

Charles Trees

Classixx

D.Wynn

Darkcube – live

Dilemma

Dink & TK

DJ Godfather featuring Good Money

DJ Head

DJ Minx

Earl “Mixxin” McKinney

Eddie Fowlkes

Gaiser – live

Galaktis

Greg Gow

Heathered Pearls

Hudson Mohawke

Jay Daniel

JETS (Jimmy Edgar + Machinedrum) – live

Josh Wink

Joy Orbison

Keith Kemp

Kenny Larkin – live

Kerri Chandler

Kevin Saunderson b2b Derrick May

Kimyon

Korrupt Data

Lee Foss

Loner.9 – live

Maceo Plex

Marissa Guzman – live

Mark 8EN Moss

Marshall Applewhite

MCs Bombscare & Flow

Method Man

Milan Atkins

Model 500 – live

Neil V.

Nick Speed

Octave One – live

Oliver Dollar

Paul Woolford

PHUTURE – live

RayBone Jones

Rick Wilhite

Shawn Rudiman – live

Sian

Sinistarr

Squarepusher – live

Steve Dronez

Terrence Parker

The Saunderson Brothers

The Valley and The Mountain

Thread

Urban Tribe

Waajeed

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New music video from Fausto titled “LPNY”

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Recently back from New York filming his new music video titled “LPNY”, directed by Diego Cruz and produced by Runaway Muzik. “LPNY” is a song about living life to the fullest, going places you’ve never been and chasing dreams.
BIO:
Born and raised in southwest Detroit Michigan music has always been a part of fausto’s life since the earliest days of his childhood. When he was in the 1st grade his dad gave him his first radio and on that day you can say “The music was born”. taking a major interest in genres such as heavy metal,rock alternative, etc. Fausto always had a different take and outlook on music although he didn’t immediately began making music he expressed it in a different way often writing poems and short verses. by the time Fausto reached 9th grade he had already started playing guitar and at the time was in a band which he formed with a couple of his classmates called “Worlds Upside down” many called him weird and gave him funny looks for the genre of music he was into, but that didn’t stop him he continued writing songs and making music. by the time “Worlds Upside Down” split up Fausto had met Moziah “Verda Styles” Foster one of the guys behind the whole reason that Fausto Raps now. moziah came across a couple of Fausto’s poems(Short songs) and would always say to him “yea that sounds good but now rap it for me” Fausto would always reply “na man idont rap” eventually Moziah got Fausto comfortable with rapping and listening to hip-hop music you can say he stumbled across hip-hop kind of late. moziah “schooled fausto on everything that was hip-hop the style,culture and everything he knew. now influenced by rock and hip-hop fausto resembled a style similar to one of his favorite artist Eminem. Fast foward years later Fausto has created a style of his own and has a lyrical ability that seems to grow with every verse he drops. if you dont believe it just “let the music play” Forever dropping Metaphors,punchlines,and references that will often have you saying to your self “now why didnt i think of that?”now a days fausto is branching out and reaching out to all sorts of genres of music jazz,hip-hop,electro,pop, etc.and if he isn’t already… its only a matter of time before hes on your radar. stay tuned….”let the music play” “May love be everything you Wished For” -Fausto


A nod to Detroit music legend Don Davis

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Born in Detroit, he started playing music in the mid-1950s and after leaving Central High School formed his own jazz group, the Don Davis Trio, before becoming a session musician. He played guitar for many Detroit record labels, including Golden World and Ric-Tic, as well as on early Motown records such as the hits, “Money (That’s What I Want)” by Barrett Strong and Mary Wells’ “Bye Bye Baby”.
He moved on to writing and producing records in Detroit and then joined Stax Records in Memphis, aiming to achieve a fusion of the Stax and Motown sounds. He achieved his first major success as a songwriter and producer in 1968 with Johnnie Taylor’s hit “Who’s Making Love”, which reached no.1 on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart and no.5 on the Billboard Hot 100. Davis also played guitar on the track, together with Steve Cropper. He worked with Taylor on many of his hits in the 1970s, including the 1971 R&B no.1 hit “Jody’s Got Your Girl and Gone”, which Davis co-wrote. Later, in 1976, he also co-wrote and produced Taylor’s “Disco Lady”, which spent four weeks at no.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and six weeks on the Billboard R&B chart in the US. It was the first single to be certified platinum by the RIAA.
Davis set up his own record production and music publishing companies, called Groovesville, which are still operating. In 1971, he bought one of Detroit’s premier recording studios, United Sound, used by a host of musicians including George Clinton, Aretha Franklin, The Dramatics, The Dells, Carla Thomas, David Ruffin and Johnnie Taylor. He also used the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Alabama to record the basic rhythm tracks on some of his productions.
In 1975, Davis started and headed the RCA-distributed Detroit-based record label, Tortoise International which included artists, First Fire, The Rockets, the 1978 comeback album by The Skyliners, as well as the 1978 Dan Schafer version of the 1960s re-make “Baby, Now That I’ve Found You” which was re-released in 2012 on the CD Perhaps..the Very Best of Dan Schafer. In 1977, Davis produced the Billy Davis, Jr. and Marilyn McCoo hit, “You Don’t Have to Be a Star (To Be in My Show)”. He may have stepped aside as a music producer, but Mr. Davis’ influence is still felt, as the music he produced is heavily sampled by artists including Jay-Z and Destiny’s Child.