Communikey 2013 lineup partially revealed

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Organizers for Communikey (aka CMKY, Boulder's annual electronic music festival) have revealed the first part of the lineup for this year's festival, which is slated to take place from Thursday, April 25, through Sunday, April 28. A limited number of $100 passes for the sixth edition of the four-day festival go on sale this Tuesday, January 15 at 11 a.m., while individual tickets go on sale on Tuesday, February 5 on Communikey's website. Keep reading for the list of acts thus far.

See also: - Communikey 2012 travelogue - CMKY brings electronic arts and music to Boulder - Laurie Anderson heads list of acts for CMKY 2012

The acts announced so far include:

• Nicolas Jaar • Valentin Stip • Demon John • Mountains • Safety Scissors • Derek Plaslaiko • Andrew Weathers • Spoolius Mélange

A special screening of Resident Advisor's Real Scenes series is also on tap.

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