5 artists you have to see at BEMF 2017
The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival is coming up next week, and although there are going to be plenty of incredible artists bringing their unique flavor to the three-day festival, we have handpicked 5 artists that you absolutely cannot miss. From bass-heavy showcases to deep house dynamos, the 2018 BEMF will once again assemble some of the most innovative names in dance music to the best venues all over Brooklyn. From October 12-14, BEMF’s tremendous array of artists will take over the borough – grab your tickets for BEMF here.
Tokimonsta is ready to return to the forefront of electronic music after her recent battle with the serious brain disease Moyamyo. With her new album Lune Rouge out now, the Young Art label head is set to give fans a look into her extremely personal project, which she crafted during her recovery. BEMF goers will surely not want to miss Tokimonsta’s killer debut of her fresh new tracks, like “Don’t Call Me (feat. Yuna).” Tokimonsta will be taking the stage at House Of Yes on October 12.
Pete Tong is one of the most well-respected tastemakers in the world of dance music. His BBC Radio 1 show has become a fundamental aspect of dance music culture, and the British DJ is by far one of the most influential people in the world of music as a whole. Whenever this living legend gets behind the decks you can bet that things are going to get hectic. It’s not every day that Pete makes appearances in the Big Apple so this set is definitely going to be a treat. Pete will be hitting Analog BKNY on October 13.
Low End Theory
Low End Theory began as an experimental hip-hop and electronic club night in that takes place every Wednesday night at the Airliner in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles. Residents Daddy Kev, Nobody, Gaslamp Killer and D-Styles will come together to bring an authentic West Coast bass vibe to the east coast and all bass music lovers will not want to miss this one. Catch Low End Theory at Paper Box on October 13.