This weekend marks the 17th edition of MUTEK. Before you head out to Montreal for a weekend chock full of avante-garde electronics and art, read over the stellar program of acts set to perform by going here. Make sure not to miss performances from the always impressive Sonja Moonear or Function, and definitely check out the highly anticipated live show from brothers Mathew and Nathan Jonson as Midnight Operator. For those wanting to experience Mutek's audiovisual offerings, stop by Mutek and Boiler Room's free joint session in the permanent modular dome that is Montreal's Statosphere on Sunday. And for a complete immersion into the thriving electronic music scene of Montreal, be sure to stop by Friday's Soirée Éphémère season opener with Parties4peace, which will be held at the Village Pied-du-Courant and will feature a live set from Tokyo's Dr. Shingo, Kolekti favorite Elon, U.R. Art's John Wander, and more.
On Saturday, the premiere edition of Junction 2 will take place in London's Boston Manor Park. The one-dayer will host a stacked lineup of house and techno heavyweights across three stages curated by Adam Beyer's Drumcode label, notable London promoter The Hydra, and LWE's brand Closer. Make sure not to miss DJ sets from Innervisions bosses Âme and Dixon, Carl Craig's live techno project known as Modular Pursuits, or the inspirational live set from Mr. G.
On Sunday, the electronic temple of Brooklyn that is Output will host Perc for a free all-night takeover of deep tech house and driving, industrial techno. Perc will be joined by NYC techno producer and Semantica contributor Donor, as well as Russian electronic dignitary Mary Yusovskaya.
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