Legendary UK electronic group Underworld will headline Bangkok's new riverside dance festival, Super Summer Sound, this May 13.
Taking place at Asiatique Riverside, the festival will be split across two dates (the second is one May 31). So far, there are only really details about May 12, which will see Underworld joined by a raft of other electronic acts including DJs Nolen.Volens. and Maika Loubte, and Thai bands DCNXTR, X0809 and Kidnappers.
The festival is the brainchild of Duangrit Bunnag, the architect and guy behind the hip riverside hangout Jam Factory, with a line-up curated by DJ Seed, aka Norasate Mudkong, the veteran radio DJ and music critic. The pair are also currently working on reviving Generation Terrorist, the cult music and art magazine that closed back in the '90s.
Tickets for Super Summer Sound start at B2,800 and there will also be packages available including rooms at nearby riverside hotels. 
There's still not much to see at the festival's official Facebook page (www.fb.com/SuperSummerSound) but the organizers promise more details and ticket will be available on their website (supersummersound.com) next week.
Currently comprising the duo of Karl Hyde and Rick Smith, Underworld rose to fame in the mid '90s. You've probably heard their song "Born Slippy" from the Trainspotting soundtrack (they're also on soundtrack for the follow-up, T2, which will show in Bangkok cinemas starting Mar 16). The duo released their ninth studio album, Barbara Barbara, We Face A Shining Future, last year.  This will be their first ever visit to Bangkok.