The Peacock Society has revealed its lineup for the upcoming 2019 edition, with Jon Hopkins, Lorenzo Senni, Bjarki, Mad Miran, and more all billed.
Launched in 2013, the two-day Paris event now gathers more than 30,000 participants over two nights, and strives to offer a rich program without limiting itself to a single musical style or format. This year's lineup is a blend of indispensable techno and house music figures, acts from the UK scene, and the avant-garde, without forgetting young artists in the making and homegrown French talent.
There's also a focus on live sets, with Modeselektor, Jon Hopkins, Lorenzo Senni, Bjarki, Overmono, and Nicola Cruz all confirmed. In terms of DJs, Derrick May will close the main stage, and Robert Hood will perform earlier in the weekend. Of the newer guard, Rødhåd, I Hate Models, The Black Madonna, Motor City Drum Ensemble, and Hunee are all billed. There will also be back-to-backs from Helena Hauff & DJ Stingray and Elena Colombi & Interstellar Funk.
Organisers have also booked various artists from the avant-garde side and some rising French names. This includes Mad Miran, Olivia, a resident of the Unsound festival, and Mor Elian. Oktober Lieber, Jardin, and Clara!, who has cut her teeth on the Gravats label, will also all play.
From the UK, Mount Kimbie, Josey Rebelle, and Bruce are billed.
This year's edition takes place on July 5 and 6 in Paris, France, with more information and tickets available here.