Jeff Mills and Mad Mike Banks will also join forces at The Hague this fall.
Entitled "Container," the former event will feature solo sets and group "jam sessions" by Richie Hawtin, Alva Noto, Byetone and Matthew Hawtin, who will play an ambient set. The event promises to be both musically and visually impressive, with nine projectors dousing the room in the abstract video art both labels are known for.
For their part, X-102 will perform "Discovering the Rings of Saturn," a live routine based on their album of the same name. Originally released on Tresor in 1992, Discovering the Rings of Saturn showed Mills, Banks and former group member Robert Hood exploring an atmospheric and experimental alternative to the music they released on Underground Resistance. Their live show combines selections from the album with images of Saturn's rings and moons, collected on Nasa's Cassini-Huygens mission. TodaysArt will mark X-102's second performance ever, following their appearance at Sonar 2008.
All of these artists join a bill already packed with forward-thinking electronic musicians, including Mika Vaino, Uwe Schmidt, Klimek and Newworldaqarium.