Alternate Take: Hear Movement 2024 performers DJ Holographic, Secretsundaze, Dames Brown and more

Listen to “Alternate Take” with host Liz Warner every Thursday from 8-10 p.m. ET on Detroit Public Radio 101.9 WDET.

DJ Holographic leaning on a brick wall.

DJ Holographic

As we approach this year’s Movement Festival, I highlight electronic music artists and DJs playing at Hart Plaza this Memorial Day Weekend.

On this Movement-focused episode, hear selections from DJ Holographic, Huey Mnemonic, Delano Smith, Dames Brown, and Masters at Work. Plus, I will weave in Versus, Saint Etienne, Ride and more.

See the playlist below and listen to the episode on-demand for two weeks after it airs using the media player above.

Alternate Take Playlist for May 9, 2024

  • “Still Hope (Waajeed’s Detroit Hardcore Dub)” – Secretsundaze*
  • “Galactic Romance” – Jaakko Eino Kalevi feat. Yu Ching
  • “Blade of Grass” – Versus
  • “Sky Diamonds Raga” – Infinite River
  • “Mihelkos Arm” – Dirty Three
  • “C + F” – Sam Prekop
  • “Taurus” – DJ Holographic*
  • “What Would You Do? feat. Amp Fiddler” – Dames Brown*
  • “Out From Under” – A Certain Ratio
  • “Radio Waves” – André Dalcan
  • “Wires (Original Mix)” – Delano Smith*
  • “Never No More Lonely” – Mr. Fingers
  • “Spring” – Saint Etienne
  • “Portland Rocks” – Ride
  • “Wolf Like Me” – TV On The Radio
  • “Citybound TV” – X-Altera
  • “Spirit House” – Broadcast
  • “Johnny and Mary” – Todd Terje feat. Bryan Ferry
  • “Night Talk/Late Street” – Jim Noir
  • “All Night Long (feat. Winter)” – Pachyman
  • “The Tide Is High” – The Paragons
  • “Hermitsio” – Huey Mnemonic*
  • “Ponta de Areia” –  Wayne Shorter

Movement 2024 performer

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  • Liz Warner
    Liz Warner — known to late-night Detroit audiences as Liz Copeland — is an award-winning multimedia journalist specializing in audio. She started in Detroit as a nightly live radio producer and host on WDET in 1995.