PublishedMon, 31 Oct 2016, 19:12
- They've also added a three-night program of music and art collaborations at the Knockdown Center in Queens.
The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival has added a grip of new artists to its 2016 lineup.
They've got five more shows on the schedule, which take place across two weekends from November 4th to November 13th. First up it's South African producer Angel-Ho—co-founder of NON Worldwide—performing at Trans Pecos on the 4th. Then on the 11th it's Levon Vincent and Joey Anderson playing with local afterhours favorite Mary Yuzovskaya, and that's going down at a TBA venue in Brooklyn.
The festival's also announced three nights at the art and performance space The Knockdown Center, where they will pair electronic music and visual art. New York label RVNG Intl. will present Anna Homler's Breadwoman project, as well as performances from Angel Deradoorian—formerly of the Dirty Projectors—and RAMZi. That's on the 11th, and the following night is Chino Amobi, also of NON Worldwide, performing Airport Music For Black Folk with choreography by Richard Kennedy. Gobby will headline the final night at The Knockdown Center.
They've been added to a lineup that already included The Black Madonna, Kerri Chandler and Route 8, among others.