Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival Announces Phase 2 Lineup for 9th Year November 4 – 13, 2016
Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival (BEMF) recently announced a second wave of programming for its ninth year, offering a slew of audio and visual performances throughout the borough November 4th – 13th.
BEMF is honored to partner with multi-disciplinary creative hub Trans-Pecos to host South African artist and NON Records Co-Founder Angel-Ho. In alignment with this focus on non-traditional venues, BEMF has announced their 11/11 showcase at an undisclosed underground venue featuring Levon Vincent, Joey Anderson, and Mary Yuzovskaya.
As a continuation of their cross-medium, culturally entrenched programming BEMF has created the TRANSFERENCE series in collaboration with Sam Hillmer and RVNG at The Knockdown Center. New this year, TRANSFERENCE offers three nights of electronic music fused with visual arts practice with uniquely choreographed, audio-visual experiences like Airport Music for Black Folks featuring NON Record’s Chino Amobi choreographed by Richard Kennedy, Diamond Terrifier Cipher with Don Devore and Michael Beharie, Breadwoman with Anna Homler & Jorge Martin, plus standalone performances by RAMZi, Gobby, Greg Fox, DJ’s Nina and Nicely, Suzi Analogue/VHVL, Ben Vida, and Tristan Perich.
BEMF’s goal is to showcase the music and creative community intertwined with Brooklyn’s electronic music scene, and highlight its place in the global community. The ever changing milieu of Brooklyn, the influence it wields given its place in one of the world’s most exciting and dynamic major cities and the rapidly changing landscape of American dance music, provide BEMF a unique position to foster a dialogue around dance music that extends beyond any dancefloor or Borough delineation.
2016 offers unique collaborations and partnerships including a continued media partnership with THUMP, a Deviation showcase with label head and BBC Radio host Benji B, parties from NYC promoters Bunker and more.
BEMF’s venue partners include some of the Borough’s most reputable spaces, including Output, Analog BKNY, Good Room, The Knockdown Center, Trans-Pecos and Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Stay tuned for announcements of panel program, movie screenings and more!
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