Although at least 100 artists have already been rolled out for Barcelona’s 23rd Sónar festival, today the event’s organizers have announced another wave of names. Newly added artists include Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum’s collaborative J.E.T.S. project, Palms Trax, Rone, Floating Points, Larry Gus, and Lorenzo Senni. J.E.T.S. will showcase their four-deck performance during Sónar by Day, while Rone will help to round out Saturday’s Sónar by Night festivities.

To add some artistic charm to the festival, Swiss brothers André and Michel Décosterd will also bring their Nyloïd installation to the Hall+D space. Composed of three bendable limbs, the arachnid-like sculpture moves in tandem with André’s algorithmic sound collages. Passes for the 2015 festival—which takes place from June 18 to 20—are still available, while more information (and the complete line-up) for the upcoming festival can be found here.