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The Philadelphia electronic scene has been on the rise recently. Thanks to the likes of The Rust Music and other passionate collectives, the events have been strong as of late. Earlier this week, Philly got gifted the announcement of a massive festival. While this one is not as underground as previously mentioned, it is sure to spark the interest of people in all corners of the scene. Making Time unveiled its massive lineup as well as the dates of September 24th & 25th. Taking place in Fort Mifflin, these two days will be a wonderful display of the music we love.

Making time will feature some of the most talented names in the industry.

The headliners speak for themselves. The legend Four Tet, who has been destroying the US recently, will surely do damage once again. (Check out his most recent mix on BBC Radio 1.) The other main headliner is a special one. The legendary duo Bicep will be playing a DJ set. Most of their recent US shows have been live shows, so to see a DJ set will be a one-of-a-kind experience. The undercard lives up to the billing as well. The wonderful Sherelle will be making it across the pond. She is an extraordinary jungle dj and producer who will surely tear up the dance floors. Sherelle is also joined by the likes of Floating Points, LSDXOXO, Ace Mo, Omar S, and many more.

I can go on all day about the lineup, but simply put, if you are not familiar with most of these artists, check them out. This lineup is extremely unique compared to the usual festival circuit and should not be slept on. With 2 day passes sitting at a reasonable price of $135, this is the perfect fall festival for the northeast to venture out for.

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