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The 2015 Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival In Pictures

Floating Points, Armand Van Helden, Nadus, and a slew of after-hour raves dominated this year's edition.
Armand Van Helden at Verboten (Photo by Erez Avissar)

The 8th edition of the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival (BEMF), which took place from November 5 to 8, hosted pre-parties, daytime panels, and live sets across eight venues in Williamsburg—along with a slew of after-hour raves. We ran around the city covering the marquee acts: Armand Van Helden torching Verboten with his signature house-heavy sound; 24-year-old Jersey Club ambassador Nadus celebrating his Broke City EP at Baby's All Right; Floating Points debuting his electrifying live show in the US at the Music Hall of Williamsburg; and Brooklyn promoters Bushwick A/V throwing a dope, 12-hour, techno-fueled warehouse afterparty with Volvox, Mark Henning, Myroslaw Bytz and O.BEE. Check out the photos below.


Photo by Erez Avissar

Armand Van Helden backstage (Photo by Erez Avissar)

Honey Dijon at Cameo Gallery (Photo by Erez Avissar)

Jubilee at Nadus' EP release party (Photo by Kevin Hoopes)

Nadus (Photo by Kevin Hoopes)

Photo by Kevin Hoopes

Photo by Leona Goto

L-Vis1990 (Photo by Leona Goto)

Photo by Leona Goto

Good Room (Photo by Leona Goto)

Photo by Erez Avissar

A Dance Safe information booth at Williamsburg Hall of Music (Photo by Luis Nieto Dickens)

Floating Points (Photo by Luis Nieto Dickens)

Floating Points' live band (Photo by Luis Nieto Dickens)

Photo by Luis Nieto Dickens

Photo by Leona Goto

Floating Points (Photo by Luis Nieto Dickens)

Bushwick A/V afterparty (Photo by Erez Avissar)

Photo by Erez Avissar

DJ Volvox Photo by Erez Avissar