Tag: movement festival

Movement Torino Podcast By Le Loup

Parisian legend Le Loup provides us with a unique podcast ahead of Movement Torino Festival this October. Blessing the likes of Boiler Room back in 2014 with a stellar performance, and gracing the stages of prestigious establishments such as Club Der Visionaere Berlin, DC10 Ibiza & Concrete Paris, Le Loup leaves no melody unturned. The DJ has been in prime demand since he was snapped up by Wolf + Lamb before he even reached adulthood. Providing the perfect melodic experience, Loup incorporates the perfect balance between his Detroit techno, funk and hip-hop influences in order to deliver a housey ear ... Read more

Premiere: Claude VonStroke – Who’s Afraid of Detroit (Marc Houle Remix)

Set as a release for Claude VonStroke’s 10th Anniversary Remix EP, Marc Houle premieres his spaced out remix of the original classic with a crunchy percussive foundation. Raised adjacent to Detroit in Windsor, Ontario, Houle grew within the same fertile music community that spawned his former label boss and mentor Richie Hawtin. Marc Houle is a seminal artist and proponent to the socio-defined minimal sound of the mid-’00s. He went on to transcend it with releases on labels such as Minus and Items & Things.  His obsession with electronic sounds goes all the way back to the noise of ’80s video games and vintage ... Read more

Video: ‘They Call Me Grandma Techno’

After we reported on a little hero last week, we thought it was a good occasion to introduce you to one who has walked the earth a little bit longer. Meet Patricia Lay-Dorsey, a 72-year old American photographer, who has been practically unable to walk after she was struck by multiple sclerosis. Many may think of this disease as hugely disabling, Patricia is actually more actively outgoing than your average 20-year old. Especially when it comes to music and festivals, because ‘Grandma Techno’ is somewhat of a dance music fanatic. While covering Detroit’s Movement festival back in 2005, totally unaware ... Read more