Hot Chip, Jimmy Edgar, Michael Mayer and The Black Dog are among the names added to the Polish festival.
Poland's Tauron Nowa Musyka festival has added a hefty batch of acts to its lineup.
The August event, now in its sixth year, has a particular focus on innovation within the realms of electronic music and jazz. In addition to the initial lineup—which included Scuba, Rustie, and Sepalcure—they've since announced a host of names that range from crossover stars and indie rock bands to dance-leaning acts.
Some of the bigger names included are UK group Hot Chip, Detroit-hailing Hotflush signee Jimmy Edgar, Kompakt boss Michael Mayer and his labelmate The Field, bleep techno and IDM veterans The Black Dog, Stroboscopic Artefacts founder Lucy, and Barcelona-based disco auteur John Talabot.
On the more bass-oriented end of the spectrum, Fade to Mind associates Nguzunguzu will play along with Brainfeeder's Lapalux, TNGHT (the new collaborative project between Lunice and Hudson Mohawke), Warp's Eskmo, and Chicago footwork duo DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn. Resurgent IDM act Mouse On Mars will also play, as well as a special back-to-back DJ set from Caribou and Four Tet. Band-wise, sets are confirmened from Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House and noise-drone band Fuck Buttons, plus an opening performance by Chilly Gonzales with the Aukso Chamber Orchestra at the Szyb Wilson Gallery.