Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival Reviewed
Two weeks ago, Hurricane Sandy caused the city that never sleeps to almost completely shut down. All subways closed, power was gone: the city was in crisis. The power came back on Saturday, but the city was slow to recover. Partway through the week, with subways still in partial service, many wondered how this would effect the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival which was set to occur the following
Nguzunguzu “Delirium”
Los Angeles based dance duo Nguzunguzu dropped track "Delirium," last week, off their upcoming EP "Warm Pulse." The experimental song incorporates synths, subtle female vocals, and relaxing natural sounding samples. The track is undeniably relaxing and serene...
Preview: Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival
elektro will be hopping on the L train to go on location this weekend at The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, now in its fourth year. The multi-venue event in the heart of Williamsburg features over 40 artists, a curated food truck lot, street art, installations and much more...