Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival reveals Nina Kraviz, DJ Seinfeld, Motor City Drum Ensemble and more for 2018 edition

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Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival has announced the first wave of programming for its burrow-wide 2018 edition. The eleventh annual BEMF takes place October 3-6 at some of the city’s hottest venues —including Good Room, Output, and Avant Gardner.

The tenth annual BEMF starts on Thursday, October 4th, with DJ Hell and Massimiliano Pagliara kicking off the festivities at the Good Room while Breakbot ushers in the weekend over at Output. The following evening sees Motor City Drum Ensemble at the Avant Gardner while Shlohmo‘s WEDIDIT crew takes over one of the separate clubs at the compound. That Saturday, DJ Seinfeld will take over the Good Room on his DJ-KiCKS tour, while Mount Kimbie  —who are about to release a DJ-Kicks mix of their own — will take over the Avant Gardner in support of Nina Kraviz.

BEMF will also be offering a limited number of reduced all-access passes in recognition of “the increasingly difficult costs associated with living in Brooklyn, both for artists and music lovers alike.”

More information and tickets can be found here.

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Secret Project will bring Bonobo, Carl Cox and more to new Los Angeles block party

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2018 has seen Los Angeles’ electronic music scene receive a lot of close attention. Most recently, the Gary Richards-backed All My Friends Festival brought a tailored music experience downtown LA, and now Secret Project has announced its impending arrival this fall.

Courtesy of local party promoter A Club Called Rhonda and Factory 93, Secret Project will bring some of the electronic underworld’s most venerated artists to a block party taking place in the area surrounding Chinatown’s Naud Street, including DJ sets from veterans Carl Cox, Tale of Us, Bonobo, unique b2bs from artists like Dixon and Âme, and live performances from Bicep and Stephan Bodzin. 

The event will not only be led by music, but local businesses and culture to bring the experiential two-day event together. Attendees will be able to experience unique food and drink experiences thanks to curating from David Chang’s high end restaurant Majordōmo and famed mixology bar Apotheke. All of this over October 13 and 14 will be a celebration of a neighborhood — like many on Los Angeles’s east side — that has been invigorated in transformation in recent years.

Tickets to Secret Project will go on sale Friday, August 25 at 12 PM PST. Secret Project will bring Bonobo, Carl Cox and more to new Los Angeles block partyDownload 1

Coachella releases 2018 lineup

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Coachella has released their lineup for 2018 featuring The Weeknd, Beyoncé, and Eminem. The lineup is the festival’s 19th edition.

Notable undercard acts on the bill include ODESZA, Kygo, Soulwax, Illenium, Jamie Jones, Motor City Drum Ensemble, The Black Madonna, and Maceo Plex, among a plethora of other diverse artists. Beyoncé was scheduled to headline the festival in 2017, but chose to forsake her performance due to an impending pregnancy.

Coachella’s headliners were recently leaked by Consequence of Sound.

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