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Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival 2012 (slide show)

This year's edition of the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival was bigger and better than ever.

By Bruce Tantum
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It seems like only yesterday that the gang at MeanRed Productions kicked off the annual Brooklyn Electronic Music Fest—but, incredibly, the two-day throwdown’s fifth (fifth!) edition just sprawled across Williamsburg last weekend. And, my, how BEMF has grown! The fest featured the very cool likes of Nicolas Jaar, Omar-S, Jackmaster, Toddla T, Benji B, Brielle and Metro Area, representing everything from dubstep to disco, from bass music to…well, whatever you want to call the languorous throb of Jaar’s music, that was for the taking as well.

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