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The worlds’ biggest DJs turn Randall’s Island into the Electric Zoo
Broadly speaking, if you're an electronic music fan over 40, you probably dig Danny Tenaglia more than Skrillex. And chances are, if you're a Skrillex fan under the age of 30, you're like, "Who the hell is Danny Tenaglia?" Coachella 2013 exemplified the generation gap in the world of dance music. O ... More >>
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The inaugural New York edition of the Electric Daisy Carnivalthe multi-day EDM festival that has packed in revelers around the country since 2008, which announced its first trip to the area last weeknow has a venue and a lineup. Billboard reports that the two-day New York stop, schedul ... More >>
A dance act is on fire when they release a handful of stellar records not only one after the other, but on different labels. Only two years into their joint recording career, D.C.-based house duo Benoit & Sergio are coming up not only with good records, but records that turn into anthems. It ... More >>
There are a few things we can expect from Labor Day weekend, and the annual Electric Zoo festival is one of them. The massive three-day rave takes over Randall's Island with twelve-hour days that boast a million DJs over four separate stages; you'll hear trance, techno, deep house, electro, d ... More >>
Electric Zoo roars into Randall's Island
Exercise in gay rites: the annual debauch.
Krivit (in mirror) and Osunlade, thrilling the Ed Hardy massive. Pics by Chris Tarantino, more below.Danny Krivit/Osunlade Cielo Thursday December 2 If Danny Krivit didn't exist, the dance floor would be forced to invent him. An NYC booty physicist of the highest order, he has perfect ... More >>
David Guetta, with his constituency below. Pics by Puja Patel, more after the jump. While most folks think of Labor Day weekend as a light, end-of-summer compilation of BBQs, final beach trips, and lazy lounging, over 10,000 people instead trekked to Electric Zoo, a huge EDM gathering with over 5 ... More >>
DJs roam free at the Electric Zoo
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