Dweller announces line-up for 2022 New York festival
This year it will explore the “intergenerational connections in Black electronic music”
Next month the third edition of Dweller festival will hit New York City with the line-up now revealed.
From February 23 to 27, Dweller aims to explore the “intergenerational connections in Black electronic music and how profound those ties have been in building something new for ourselves," the festival organisers wrote on Instagram.
The line-up for this year’s four-day event includes Underground Resistance, Juliana Huxtable, LSDXOXO, Whodat, TYGAPAW, Jana Rush, quest?onmarq, dBridge, DJ Noir, Huey Mnemonic and Russell E.L. Butler.
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The festival was founded by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson in 2019 to celebrate Black electronic artists.
Dweller is usually based at the New York venue Bossa Nova Civic Club, but after being damaged in a fire earlier this month the building is closed, therefore the location for this year’s festivities is still to be announced.
Check out the full line-up for the third edition of Dweller below with artwork by Hassan Rahim.
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