Movement 2012 kicked off sans some of the bigger names in its history, but according to TellUsDetroit.com, attendance was up this year over last year, which proves you don't have to have the biggest names to attract electronic dance music fans for this popular, long running festival.
We loved watching Atomic Tom jam on the subway using nothing but an iPhone to record vocals and play synths and a drum machine.
Justin Timberlake appeared on Jimmy Fallon's show to plug the movie, Social Network. After reminiscing a bit about Timberlake's knowledge of Hip Hop, Fallon and the former NSYNC star turned actor, took to the stage with the show's house band, The Root's providing the beats as a backdrop to a Fallon/Timberlake rendition of classic Hip Hop songs.
Ovum Records celebrates 15-years with their 14th-annual Ovum Party on Wednesday, March 24th. The festivities take place at Shine nightclub in the Shelborne Beach Resort Hotel from 10 pm to 5 am. In the main room, Josh Wink vs. Steve Bug, Nic Fanciulli vs. Joris Voorn, David Squillace vs D'Julz and Luis Bacchetti. DJ Sneak, Doc Martin and Manik are in the lounge.
Check out tracks from Josh's latest album, When A Banana Was A Banana, plus links to Ovum and Josh Wink social sites, and his Resident Advisor Podcast.
Looking for something to do on Thanksgiving Eve next week? The Bowery, Pacha NYC and Terminal 5 have teamed up to bring you and evening of hyped beats and funky sounds from everyone's musical maestro of the moment, Deadmau5. Alongside will be U.K. funkmaster, BURNS, who's Parisian-style funk melded with UK disco-filtered house is rocking dance floors around the world.