Posted in dance | music | tour dates on November 7, 2013

BEMF

The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival is just around the corner, with a kickoff show tonight (11/7) and then starting in full this weekend, and the set times for the festival have just been released. Head HERE to check out the full, interactive schedule, where you can make your own personal schedule and also share it with others. You'll notice a couple things were switched too, like Pete Tong's show moving from 285 Kent to Music Hall of Williamsburg and Actress in turn moving from MHOW to 285.

Tonight's kickoff show starts at 10 PM at Output with Skream, MK, Oneman, and more. The rest of the festival continues from Friday (11/8) to Sunday (11/10) across multiple Brooklyn venues with sets from Evian Christ, Lunice, Actress, Oneohtrix Point Never, Kastle, xxxy and many more.

There's also been a few lineup changes: Todd Terje had to drop off due to a family emergency, and Letherette and Andre Bratten can no longer make it due to visa issues.

3-day passes and individual tickets are still available.

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Comments (6)

Seems like the Pete Tong lineup got moved to MHOW, no?

Posted by Anonymous | November 7, 2013 12:56 PM

Every time I hear of this Pete Tong, I always think of that movie with his name in the title. The one with Paul Kaye, the guy that plays (or played) Strutter. So that means, I always imagine Strutter coming to town and kicking some ass.

Posted by Anonymous | November 7, 2013 3:05 PM

My question is who is djing Boiler Room at Villian?

Posted by Anonymous | November 7, 2013 11:02 PM

Too bad they pulled a bait-and-switch on the Actress show (was booked at Music Hall of Williamsburg, moved to 285 Kent). Fucking lame!

Posted by Anonymous | November 8, 2013 12:03 PM

Let me open up!

Posted by Carter | February 27, 2014 6:49 AM

First you need to sync the next track at the same tempo or bpm (beats per minute) as the one currently playing. Do this with the headphones. Then you slowly fade in the new song by increasing its volume with the bass end of the song cut off. You can see four knobs in the middle top of the mixer these are EQ and they are used to ensure sounds dont "clash" when the two tracks are played together. Then you add the new bassline from the new song and turn off the bassline from the old song.

Posted by Oriol | October 25, 2014 3:28 PM

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