Mary Anne Hobbs, Pearson Sound and Pantha Du Prince will all perform during the week-long festival in Boston.
The second annual Together Festival will take place in Boston next week, bringing eight days of music and art to venues across the city.
Together aims to offer a "genre-destroying" experience with the help of local promoters and artists; indeed, there is plenty of variety to be had among the collection of daytime conferences, art displays and nighttime dance events. German techno producer Pantha Du Prince has opening night honors, kicking off the festivities this Monday at Great Scott, which will also host a dubstep party with SBTRKT and Incyde the following night. English clubbing icon Mr C headlines a Wednesday night party at Phoenix Landing, while Pearson Sound (formerly known as Ramadanman) brings the cutting edge of UK bass to Good Life. In one of her debut US appearances, Maya Jane Coles takes over the decks at Middlesex Lounge on Thursday. Night Slugs artist Egyptrixx will help the local Subduction crew celebrate a year of bass parties at An Tain.
The weekend will see UK dancehall DJ Switch and Dutch tech house artist Anton Pieete headline late-night parties at Rise, and Good Life will host a Saturday night Ninja Tune showcase. Sunday will see former Radio 1 DJ Mary Anne Hobbs present a night of dubstep at the Paradise as Argentinian house artist Leonel Castillo performs at District Lounge. The festival wraps up with a pair of Monday night events: Texas-based electro artist Wolfgang Gartner will take over The Middle East, and the almighty Trentemøller will bring his tracks to life with a full live band at Royale.