Over the next few days, people from around the globe will fill Detroit and Hart Plaza for three days, taking over the city with many genres of electronic music.
Since they started playing major gigs nearly six years ago while still in their mid-teens, The Martinez Brothers have become a hot commodity globally.
Both Jeff Mills and Kevin Saunderson are examples of artists that do what they feel, and will not compromise otherwise. They helped forge new horizons for music worldwide and brought new positive lights to the City of Detroit.
With two albums set for this year and a major tour, Public Enemy is set to headline Detroit's annual Movement Electronic Music Festival this Memorial Day weekend at Hart Plaza.
While Solaris might have had more of an obvious Detroit techno influence than Photek's previous works, the soul of Detroit has long been into the music of Photek and many of the other drum-n-bass originators.
Throughout its storied past and with its massive appreciation worldwide, the Movement Electronic Music Festival is not only a place to party hard and hear great music, it's a place of discovery and inspiration.