Herbert alone will be undertaking three different performances, including his controversial One Pig show (all samples recorded from the life of a pig, from birth to slaughter), an equally experimental unnamed project built around a 10-second sample of the war in Libya and a DJ set in his more dance floor-friendly Wishmountain guise.
Other acts announced today include Cologne techno entrepreneur Michael Mayer (who is celebrating the 20th anniversary of his Kompakt empire), Berlin hit makers Âme and Montreal star Ghislain Poirier wil be presenting his new Boundary project.
Check the full list of initial acts announced after the jump.
The rains might have arrived in force for the third and final day of Movement 2010, but the occasional storms and persistent drizzle failed to wash away the party vibe the still strong masses were creating in Detroit’s Hart Plaza. Echoes of the final beats from techno originator Juan Atkins’ set with his iconic band Model 500 were still reverberating off the concrete as the tired, soggy crowd began to file out with another three days of intense bass and driving rhythms now in the rear view mirror.
Early afternoon thunderstorms temporarily silenced several stages, but everything was back up and running a few hours later, and after a bit of delay German electronic innovator Moritz Von Oswald and his Moritz Von Oswald Trio (who were actually a quartet) …