Midland, Kode9 and Jimmy Edgar are among other additions to the Seattle festival in September.
The lineup update follows April's initial announcement, which included names like Ben Klock, The Orb and Speedy J. The newest wave spans the usual assortment of genres, and also includes some pretty big artists: American chillwave progenitor Neon Indian, Gold Panda, and UK pop star Little Boots are among the highlights.
Representing the bass music side of things, Kode9, JETS, footwork don DJ Rashad and Lapalux are all slated to perform, while Midland, Matias Aguayo, Tiger & Woods and Ejeca make up the house and techno contingent. More experimental sounds will come from Oren Ambarchi, Luke Abbott and Actress. The latter was booked for last year's festival, but ultimately had to cancel because of visa issues.
2013 also marks Decibel's tenth year in business. As usual, it takes place across a number of nightclubs and music venues in Seattle, and also includes daytime conferences, panels and performances.