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Dekmantel Reveals 2020 Line-Up
Christian Eede , January 14th, 2020 09:14

Nurse With Wound, Helena Hauff and Objekt x Ezra Miller will all appear at the Dutch festival this year

Dekmantel has begun revealing the line-up for its eighth edition which will take place this summer.

Launching with a number of teaser names on its newly designed festival site, the line-up has been split into acts playing the opening concerts and those playing at the main Amsterdamse Bos site.

The likes of Helena Hauff, Batu, Objekt, Call Super, DJ EZ, DJ Stingray, Hunee (at the techno-oriented UFO stage), HYPH11E, DJ Harvey, Josey Rebelle, Juliana Huxtable, SHERELLE, Laurel Halo, Lee Gamble, Bambounou, Jane Fitz, DjRUM, upsammy, Spekki Webu and re:ni are all confirmed to DJ at the Amsterdamse Bos.

Theo Parrish will play for 10 hours one day while there are also back-to-back DJ sets confirmed from Lena Willikens & Vladimir Ivkovic, Skee Mask & Stenny, Matrixxman & Randomer, JASSS & Low Jack and representatives of Berlin event Herrensauna: CEM, SPFDJ, Héctor Oaks and MCMLXXXV.

Confirmed to play live at the Amsterdamse Bos are Floating Points, 808 State, Giant Swan, Front 242, Karenn, Blanck Mass, Clark, Aurora Halal, Nihiloxica, Robert Hood, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 (with Yasiin Bey), Miss Kittin & The Hacker, Venetian Snares, dBridge (presenting his 'Black Electric' concept), Gesloten Cirkel, Air Max' 97, Laurel Halo, Machine Woman and more.

The opening concerts, meanwhile, which will take place across a number of venues in Amsterdam on the first two days of the event, will host sets from Nurse With Wound, Objekt x Ezra Miller, Philip Glass & Rob Malasch (presenting 'The Photographer'), Loraine James, Shackleton, object blue, Scorn, Zonal & Moor Mother, Barker, Penny Penny, 33EMYBW, DJ Marfox, Goat, Tomaga, Mark Fell and more.

You can decipher the full line-up over at Dekmantel's website here. This year's festival takes place from July 29 - August 2.

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