Mo' Movement headliners and dubby Detroit debuts
March 22, 2011 at 1:07PM
The news in round two of Paxahau’s announcements of its 2011 festival schedule includes the live debut of Carl Craig’s 69 — that’s six-nine, by the way, not sixty nine, a project launched 20 years ago and one of the first to break up the beats of Detroit techno’s heretofore silky 4/4 productions — and the Detroit debut of Ramadanman, as fearless and versatile a bass producer there is. He's from London, 23, first transformed by dubstep and now equally fluent in house, techno and the playground-underground sound of Chicago, Juke. His schoolmates at Leeds University called him David Kennedy.