Flying Lotus, Kenny Larkin and Moderat will join the Frenchman at the Rome-based festival next month.
Rome's Dissonanze Festival is set to enter its ninth year with a headlining performance from Laurent Garnier.
The two day festival will run over the course of May 8-9 at the city's Palazzo dei Congressi conference centre, and boasts a well curated line-up that should appeal to a wide variety of electronic music fans. On Friday night, festival-goers can check out the new wave of wonky instrumental hip-hop (Flying Lotus, Samiyam, Daedelus), avant-garde electronics (Atom™, Byetone) and floor-geared techno (Kenny Larkin, Moderat, Magda), with Garnier headlining the following evening with his new live show, which will showcase his forthcoming Tales Of A Kleptomaniac album.
Garnier's not the only one performing a new live show on the Saturday, however, as Âme, Henrik Schwarz and Dixon will all come together for their new A Critical Mass project, which they premiered at RA's Amsterdam Dance Event party last October. Lindstrom and Francois K will also take main stage slots, whilst the terrace has been programmed on a Afro-futurist bent, with DJ Mujava, Buraka Som Sistema and Radioclit all making appearances.