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Ultra Music Festival releases first phase of lineup...

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Here's the first part of the lineup for this year's Ultra Music Festival, which is celebrating its tenth birthday, and is repeating this year as a two-day event. No surprises on the names here, except acts like Justice get moved to headlining slots. Part of me, however, *is* a little surprised (and maybe heartened) that they're pushing the old-school D&B names as a big deal. Rewind selecta!

I'm also personally excited about Richie Hawtin (who provided such an amazing soundtrack last month when FutureMob brought him down to Pawn Shop) and Layo + Bushwacka! on a big stage. Oh yeah, and M.A.N.D.Y. (I absolutelyCANNOT wait until this year's Get Physical parties at WMC) and Deadmau5, who should really be a household name soon. -- Arielle Castillo

Day 1

Tiesto, Carl Cox, Justice, Rabbit in the Moon, Danny Tenaglia, Richie Hawtin, Steve Lawler, BT, Josh Wink, James Zabiela, M.A.N.D.Y., Erol Alkan, Boys Noize, Dirty South, Deadmau5, Annie Mac, Jackal + Hyde, Monk, Keven and Audiofly.

Day 2

Paul Van Dyk, Carl Cox, Armin Van Buuren, Sasha + John Digweed, David Guetta, Benny Benassi, DJ Dan & Donald Glaude, Layo + Bushwacka, Fedde Le Grande, Andy C + MC GQ, Planet of the Drums, Goldie, Dillinja + Lemon D, Fabio, Shy FX, Ed Rush + Optical, DJ Fresh + MC Ivory, Photek, Adam F and Francesco Rossi.

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