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Moby and director David Lynch will be featured at the upcoming IMS engage festival which will be taking place on April 16.
The International Music Summit is an event where film and electronic music come together and explored more in depth. The festival this year will be held at the W Hollywood hotel.
This will be the second year that the festival will be held in Hollywood.
Moby, Lynch, Hans Zimmer and Junkie XK will be participating at conversations during the event that will be without moderators, The LA Times reported.
The event was founded by DJ Pete Tong and music executives Ben Turner and Danny Whittle. Last year, Russell Simmons and Ultra Music Festival founder executive Patrick Moxey were featured on the conversational panels.
Moby has been focusing on his music but is now dealing with some legal issues. VMG Salsoul, a New York-based disco and funk record label, is suing the singer because he allegedly included improper samples on his 1992 songs, "Next is the E" and "Thousand," The Hollywood Reporter noted. The lawsuit was filed on Monday.
Listen to "Next is the E" here: