Nôze, Moderat and Kelley Polar are amongst the names announced to play the 2009 edition of the Slovakian festival.
Taking place from June 11-13, the festival will change sites this year, moving to a newly built city beach close to the Danube river bank in Bratislava. With three large tent arenas, and an open air stage, the organisers have made sure that revellers will be able to shelter themselves from excess sun or rain, as well as being able to check out a wide variety of electronic acts. The focus is generally on live acts rather than DJs, with Moderat, Junior Boys, Henrik Schwarz, Jazzanova, Nôze (who will appear alongside guest vocalist Dani Siciliano), Kelley Polar, The Mole, Catz N' Dogz and Tim Exile all bringing their acts to the Wilsonic stage. As far as DJs are concerned, the majority of them are from the dubstep scene (Rustie, Hudson Mohawke, Joker), with New Kanada boss Adam Marshall being the only international techno act on the bill to be spinning records. There will also be a generous helping of local talent on offer, and also a chance to check out a batch of Hungary's emerging artists over on the Wilsonic Showcases stage.