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Robert Hood and Bryan Kasenic Added to the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival Lineup

RVNG Intl. and Trans-Pecos' programming director will also co-present a series called "Transference."

Photo of Levon Vincent courtesy of Uzuri Management

Update [November 1]: Detroit techno stalwart Robert Hood, The Bunker founder Bryan Kasenic, and Brooklyn DJ Volvox have all been added to the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival lineup. The artists will be playing the penultimate night of the homegrown festival at a party co-hosted by Unter. Tickets available here.

NYC producer Levon Vincent, NON co-founder Chino Amobi, and New Jersey's Joey Anderson are among the new round of artists announced to play the upcoming Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival. The event is set to take place in venues across Brooklyn from November 4-13, marking its ninth annual edition.

Local experimental label RVNG and Trans-Pecos programming director Sam Hillmer will also present a series called "TRANSFERENCE," taking place at Queens' Knockdown Center. Its program includes Amobi performing Airport Music for Black Folks with choreography by multi-disciplinary artist Richard Kennedy, a set from Breadwoman performed by Anna Homler and Jorge Martin, and a score of other artists including Gobby and RAMZi.

NON's Angel-Ho was also added to the lineup, set to perform at Trans-Pecos on the event's opening night. Kerri Chandler, Danny Daze, and The Black Madonna were previously announced as the event's headliners.

Tickets for the festival are available now via BEMF's website.

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