Kraftwerk and Kevin Saunderson played together at the group’s afterparty in Detroit

Pioneers of techno and electronic music from both sides of the Atlantic came together for a performance last night at Detroit’s Museum of Contemporary Art. The legendary German group Kraftwerk played a sold-out, two-hour twenty-minute 3D show at the Masonic Temple, marking the group’s first return to the Motor City in a decade.

The momentous occasion prompted the show at the after-party with Detroit-based Kevin Saunderson, who had attended the show earlier. Other greats like Juan Atkins and Derrick May also performed at the four-hour after-party. Those of us who weren’t luckily enough to witness the historical union can only hope that there will be audio to come in the future.


Check out more pictures from the night at Detroit Free Press.

H/T: Mixmag

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