DGN 022 – Hour 2: Randy Seidman Guest Mix (June 2014)

DGN 022 – Hour 2: Randy Seidman Guest Mix (June 2014)

Randy Seidman is one of the hardest working electronic music artists in Los Angeles. He has shared the stage with such well-known DJs as Kaskade, Ferry Corsten, Cosmic Gate, Benny Benassi, M.A.N.D.Y, and many others. Randy has had the honor of playing some of the world’s best clubs and festivals including: Privilege (Ibiza), Kapital Festival (Ecuador), Caffeine Festival & Beta Nightclub (Denver), Guvernment (Toronto), Insomniac’s Nocturnal Festival (Austin), and three times at the Miami Winter Music Conference for Ultra Music Festival. All of this while holding a monthly residency at one of the world’s top nightclubs, Avalon in Hollywood!

Tracklisting:

01. Ilya Malyuev – Leaving Dancefloor (Hazem Beltagui Remix)
02. Deep Active Sound (ft. Cotry( – Sunrise (Original Mix)
03. Gregory Esayan – Martinique (Fon.Leman Remix)
04. Talamanca – Blue Hawaii (Samee’s Deep Mix)
05. Flashtech – Lightwave (Original Mix)
06. Kaempfer & Dietze – Shear Force (Daniel Portman & Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)
07. Igor Voevodin – Eclipse (Dallonte Summer Remix)
08. Talamanca – Ocean Drive (Blend Remix)
09. James Wood – Arrival (Original Mix)
10. Vlad Vandyshev – Summer Nights (Original Mix)
11. Sergey Alekseev – It’s Morning (Andrew Benson Remix)
12. Noel Sanger – One More Time (Solarity Vocal Remix)

About Randy Seidman:

Randy Seidman is one of the hardest working electronic music artists in Los Angeles. His passion for quality & versatility has enabled Randy to share the stage with such well-known DJs as Kaskade, Ferry Corsten, Cosmic Gate, Benny Benassi, Andy Moor, Gabriel & Dresden, Erick Morillo, Orbital, Christopher Lawrence, Astrix, Morgan Page, M.A.N.D.Y, and many others. Randy’s sets are woven together with original edits, creating a unique atmosphere that has caught the ears of many.

Since 2007, Randy has been the top support choice of trance megastars, Infected Mushroom, playing over 300 shows with them around the world (from Ecuador to India, Mexico to Russia, Canada to Ibiza, New York to Madrid, and countless places in between). They named Randy “Breakthrough DJ/Producer of the Year” in the prestigious DJ Mag Top 100 poll.

As one would expect, this exposure helped open many doors for Randy, including headlining shows at Ministry of Sound in Korea; Full Moon Festival in Koh Phangan (Thailand); Levels in Bangkok; Sultan in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia); WhiteRoom in Sabah (Borneo); Pyramid & Velvet Hypnotized in Bali (Indonesia); El Siete in Quito (Ecuador); Rise Afterhours in Boston; Silk City in Philadelphia; and many other global destinations including Switzerland, Russia, and Mexico.

Additionally, Randy has had the honor of playing some of the world’s best clubs and festivals including: Privilege (Ibiza), Kapital Festival (Ecuador), Caffeine Festival & Beta Nightclub (Denver), Guvernment (Toronto), Insomniac’s Nocturnal Festival (Austin), and three times at the Miami Winter Music Conference for Ultra Music Festival. All of this while holding a monthly residency at one of the world’s top nightclubs, Avalon in Hollywood.

Since 2008, Randy has had a stream of releases supported by the likes of Armin Van Buuren, Sander Kleinenberg, Ad Brown, Omid 16b, and Matan Caspi to name just some. Randy’s first downtempo EP, entitled ‘Sunset Honey’ (produced alongside Infected Mushroom’s guitarist, Tommy Cunningham) climbed to the #2 spot on Beatport’s Top 100 Chill Out release chart. This set the stage for Randy’s next two downtempo EP’s, both of which climbed to top-3, including the #1 position for ‘Been Forever’, a successful collaboration teaming up Randy with The Maniac Agenda (producers of the popular video game series, Metal Gear Rising). Also notable is that Randy’s upcoming productions are slated to be released on the popular record labels Black Hole, Dissident, Sine Music, and Virtual Love.

Randy hasn’t settled with DJing and music production… Open House is his electronic music mix show which airs monthly on Digitally Imported Radio, as well as ETN.fm. The program features quality dance music ranging from Deep to Tech to Progressive, and has reached over 150,000 downloads from around the world. Past months have included guest mixes from the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Chris Lake, DJ Chus, and Quivver. Check out all episodes and track lists at www.openhousepodcast.com, and subscribe for free in the iTunes store.

Randy pursues his craft with exuberant devotion: a desire for the party, for the sound, and for the beauty of dance music. In the next few years, you will see his ambition take him to new heights – in music and in life.

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FREE DOWNLOAD: Arthur Galestian – Live at Nautilus NYE 2013. San Francisco, CA – Dec 31, 2012

FREE DOWNLOAD: Arthur Galestian - Live at Nautilus NYE 2013. San Francisco, CA - Dec 31, 2012

FREE DOWNLOAD: Arthur Galestian - Live at Nautilus NYE 2013. San Francisco, CA - Dec 31, 2012

You heard the first hour on this month’s radio show. Now, as promised on the show…

Download the FULL 1.5-hour set from Nautilus NYE 2013, recorded live in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2012.

This is by far one of my most favorite sets in ALL of 2012! Packed full of energy – including a recording of the crowd the entire way through.

Click here (Right-Click, Save File As…) to download the live set now in MP3 format at full 320khz quality!

Arthur Galestian – Live at Nautilus NYE 2013 – San Francisco, CA – Dec 31, 2012

TRACKLISTING:

  1. Fuel – Do 4 Love (Evol Waves Remix) [Doorn Records (Spinnin)]
  2. Save The Robot – Party People (Original Mix) [Funk Farm]
  3. JS16 – Rosegarden 2.0 (Original Mix) [Big & Dirty (Be Yourself Music)]
  4. Tomcraft – Loneliness 2K13 (Jaxxon Remix) [Kosmo Records]
  5. Gareth Emery – The Saga (Original Mix) [Garuda]
  6. Emma Hewitt – Rewind (Mikkas Remix) [Armada Music]
  7. DANK (USA) – Punish The Wanker (Original Mix) [Funky Element Records]
  8. Denzal Park – Scorpio (Original Mix) [Cr2 Records]
  9. Planet Perfecto – Bullet In The Gun (Eddie Halliwell Remix) [Perfecto Records]
  10. Judge Jules & Corderoy – Give Me A Reason (Original Mix) [VANDIT]
  11. The Aston Shuffle – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) (Tommy Trash Version) [Axtone Records]
  12. Heatbeat – Rocker Monster (Original Mix) [Captivating Sounds]
  13. Hard Rock Sofa, Matisse & Sadko & Swanky Tunes – Chemistry (Turn the Flame Higher) (Original Mix) [Showland]
  14. Pryda – Allein (DJ Mog Unreleased Remix) [CDR]
  15. Freemasons (ft. Bailey Tzuke) – Uninvited (Wawa Remix) [Ultra]
  16. Fedde Le Grand vs Gabriel & Dresden – Dust in the Control Room (Gabriel & Dresden Mashup) [CDR]
  17. Nicky Romero & ZROQ – WTF (Original Mix) [Protocol Recordings]
  18. Tiësto – Lethal Industry (Sterbinszky & Coddie Remixes) [Magik Muzik]
  19. Lucky Date – Six 16 (Original Mix) [Bazooka Records]
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DGN 007 – Hour 1: Arthur Galestian Live at Nautilus NYE 2013. San Francisco, CA (Jan 2013)

Dance: Global Nation - Episode 007 - Hour 1: Arthur Galestian Live at Nautilus NYE 2013 - San Francisco, CA By far one of my most favorite sets from all of 2012, this set was recorded live at Nautilus NYE 2013 on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2012. Relive the experience beat by beat on this special edition of the show.

Tracklisting: Arthur Galestian – Live at Nautilus NYE 2013 – San Francisco, CA – Dec 31, 2012

  1. Fuel – Do 4 Love (Evol Waves Remix) [Doorn Records (Spinnin)]
  2. Save The Robot – Party People (Original Mix) [Funk Farm]
  3. JS16 – Rosegarden 2.0 (Original Mix) [Big & Dirty (Be Yourself Music)]
  4. Tomcraft – Loneliness 2K13 (Jaxxon Remix) [Kosmo Records]
  5. Gareth Emery – The Saga (Original Mix) [Garuda]
  6. Emma Hewitt – Rewind (Mikkas Remix) [Armada Music]
  7. DANK (USA) – Punish The Wanker (Original Mix) [Funky Element Records]
  8. Denzal Park – Scorpio (Original Mix) [Cr2 Records]
  9. Planet Perfecto – Bullet In The Gun (Eddie Halliwell Remix) [Perfecto Records]
  10. Judge Jules & Corderoy – Give Me A Reason (Original Mix) [VANDIT]
  11. The Aston Shuffle – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) (Tommy Trash Version) [Axtone Records]
  12. Heatbeat – Rocker Monster (Original Mix) [Captivating Sounds]
  13. Hard Rock Sofa, Matisse & Sadko & Swanky Tunes – Chemistry (Turn the Flame Higher) (Original Mix) [Showland]

    —Remainder of set not available on the podcast.—
    Click here to download the full 1.5-hour mix!—

  14. Pryda – Allein (DJ Mog Unreleased Remix) [CDR]
  15. Freemasons (ft. Bailey Tzuke) – Uninvited (Wawa Remix) [Ultra]
  16. Fedde Le Grand vs Gabriel & Dresden – Dust in the Control Room (Gabriel & Dresden Mashup) [CDR]
  17. Nicky Romero & ZROQ – WTF (Original Mix) [Protocol Recordings]
  18. Tiësto – Lethal Industry (Sterbinszky & Coddie Remixes) [Magik Muzik]
  19. Lucky Date – Six 16 (Original Mix) [Bazooka Records]
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COMMUNITY: Electric Zoo 2012: 110,000 Fans Attend New York’s Electronic Music Festival

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ELECTRIC ZOO 2012
110,000 Fans Attend New York’s Electronic Music Festival
Electric Zoo 2012 Photo Gallery – View Now
Online Merch Store – Shop Now

Over Labor Day weekend, Made Event presented Electric Zoo 2012, and once again transformed New York City’s Randall’s Island into a multiplex of music, lights and dancing, along with 100+ of the world’s best and brightest electronic music artists. The 3-day bonanza hosted 110,000 avid fans with sold-out capacity crowds on Saturday & Sunday.

Bigger than ever in its fourth year, Electric Zoo’s technological advances helped transform the festival landscape. Intellitix’s RFID technology was again embedded in wristbands to help festival-goers enter quickly through the front gates. The stadium-scale Main Stage featured high-resolution motion-controlled video panels that created a massive sense of scale, which could be reconfigured live to create unique looks for each individual artist. The Riverside Stage included custom-designed 3D LED technology used for the first time ever at a live electronic music show. Meanwhile, the Hilltop Arena saw a wall of LED panels and mirrors set at specific angles, working in tandem to bathe the tent in a sea of lights and lasers. And over at the Sunday School Grove, original custom-designed school buses integrated LEDs with 3D projection mapping to create an immersive mixed-media experience. In every tent, club-quality sound systems enveloped fans with impeccable sound engineered by Integral Sound.

Electric Zoo 2012 also saw the return of NYC’s finest food vendors & trucks, which offered everything from hand-tossed gourmet pizza, and Korean BBQ to organic ice cream. Also returning was the Garden of EZ, a chill-out zone featuring mind-altering art and lights, full of a thousand neon butterflies from artist Gizem Bacaz and giant mushrooms from artist Dan Park.

But most important of all, Made Event committed to creating a fun and safe environment for its fans; free water refill stations, designated Help Points and the simple idea – Many Animals, One Zoo: Help Each Other Be Safe! With positive vibes all around, Electric Zoo 2012 was all about connecting music and friends old and new. Thank you Zoo animals. See you at Electric Zoo 2013 for the five-year anniversary!

Electric Zoo 2012: Crowd Shot [Photo Credit: Bennett Sell-Kline for ElectricZooFestival.com]

Did you forget to get an EZoo 2012 t-shirt or hoodie? Get it now in the online Merch Shop!

Were you so busy running around from stage to stage, dancing with your friends, that you forgot to get some official merch for you and your loved ones? There are still lots of colors and designs to choose from in the Electric Zoo official online Merch Shop. Get over there now while the selection is the best!

Check out the Electric Zoo 2012 Photo Gallery!

It’s filled with over 200 photos of the artists, the spectacular visuals, and you!

Electric Zoo 2012: Tiesto [Photo Credit: Scott Kowalchyk for ElectricZooFestival.com]

Electric Zoo might not be the country’s largest, splashiest, or most hyped electronic dance music festival. But we’re going to go on record and say that it’s the best.” — Billboard

The only way to truly understand Electric Zoo and the dance music culture itself is to experience it – to put yourself dead center, amid the furry boots and driving bass lines. EDM is something you need to feel, not only hear, if you ever wish to truly understand it.” — RollingStone.com

For the fourth year in a row, Electric Zoo has redecorated New York City‘s Randall’s Island in its own sparkly neon image, transforming the East River outpost from public park to a floating big-name rave boat.” — SPIN.com

“As far as parties go, Electric Zoo is a marathon: In its fourth year, the Labor Day weekend dance music festival has grown to a three­-day, four-­stage, 100-­plus-­DJ, 100,000- fan extravaganza sprawled across Randall’s Island.” — The Wall Street Journal

“Electric Zoo reveled in the high-tech and the synthetic. The D.J.’s were small, peppy figures surrounded by dizzying, strobing video displays, the humans piloting the cybernetic colossus. What once was a club experience has proved to be, in geek terms, perfectly scalable to festival size; seeing the performer onstage is the least of anyone’s concerns when the music, the lights and everybody dancing are the real show. It’s a fully participatory man-made world, not just in staging but in the party gear worn by most people in the audience: fluorescent tutus and legwarmers, L.E.D.-equipped shirts and shoes, technicolor wigs and glitter adhering everywhere. Dancing skin becomes its own artificial display.” — The New York Times

Electric Zoo 2012: Venue Shot [Photo Credit: Bennett Sell-Kline for ElectricZooFestival.com]

“[Electric Zoo] was amazing! One of my favorite shows of the year. The festival premiered new 3D technology during my set, which made it really unique. It’s great that New York has Electric Zoo; the fans need this and the location on Randall’s Island is really special.”  —A-TRAK

It’s a real pleasure to perform to such a big yet discerning audience in one of the greatest cities in the world.”  —ABOVE & BEYOND

“Electric Zoo had to be one of the most magical places I have ever played in my entire life; the vibe of the crowd was so amazing. The fact that the festival is in New York is pretty amazing. Who doesn’t absolutely love New York? NY has definitely shown me that it is my second home, I wouldn’t be opposed to moving there…”  –DILLON FRANCIS

“[Electric Zoo] is a great experience and a great step for fans of dance music. So much diversity and progression in the bookings and the vibes. This was my 3rd and this was the best year. NYC is the inspiration. NYC is the king.” –DIPLO

“Electric Zoo was definitely one of a kind.  Besides the amazing lineup they brought this year, the entire event was just so well produced. New York is such an important market for EDM and being right in the heart of New York, surrounded by water and seeing the beautiful landscape of Manhattan is unlike anything else.”   – DJ BL3ND

“It’s great to be part of something that is so anticipated like Electric Zoo. We always get some new fans from playing at this show because a lot of people trust Electric Zoo and who they choose to play their festival. There’s so much attention to details at this festival. We appreciate that the focus is 100% on the music and the fan experience.” –GABRIEL & DRESDEN

“It’s crazy to have a festival of this caliber in such proximity to New York City. Electric Zoo definitely creates a certain vibe that I haven’t really experienced anywhere else.”  –KILL THE NOISE

“[Electric Zoo] was fantastic; the crowd is wild, cheerful and knows its music so I could play an ambitious 180° across the board set. My favorite! I consider New York as my home in the US. During my set I had the feeling I was adopted for good. That felt amazing.”  –MARTIN SOLVEIG

“The atmosphere was amazing and I loved every minute of the crowd’s energy. The people who come to Electric Zoo are just so passionate about the music and they really show it with their energy and enthusiasm. It really is so special. New York is one of my favourite cities around the world and I’m planning on living there in 2013 so it is my new home!”  –TIËSTO

Electric Zoo 2012: People Hanging out [Photo Credit: Bennett Sell-Kline for ElectricZooFestival.com]

For more info, please go to:

Web: www.electriczoofestival.com
Facebook: facebook.com/ElectricZoo
Twitter: twitter.com/electriczoony #EZoo

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COMMUNITY: Electric Zoo Festival 2012 Live Broadcast on SiriusXM

SiriusXM to Broadcast Performances Live from Electric Zoo Festival

 Weekend-long coverage to feature live DJ sets from Tiësto, David Guetta, Axwell and others

Electric Zoo 2012 Festival Live Broadcast on SiriusXM

SiriusXM listeners will hear performances by many of the most prominent artists in electronic music live from Electric Zoo Festival, one of the year’s biggest electronic dance music events.

Hear continuous coverage all weekend long as SiriusXM’s Electric Area (channel 52) broadcasts live from Electric Zoo, New York’s electronic music festival, for the 4th consecutive year since its inception. Feel the beat from the world’s top DJs as they converge on Randall’s Island Park in NYC August 31, September 1 & September 2 for one of the biggest EDM events of the year.

SiriusXM’s coverage includes live DJ sets from festival headliners David Guetta on Friday, Axwell on Saturday and Tiësto on Sunday, as well as Pretty Lights, who closes out the festival on Friday night on the Main stage. Additional artists include Diplo, A-Trak, Ferry Corsten, Pretty Lights, Destructo, Sander van Doorn, Hardwell, Dada Life, Bingo Players, Martin Solveig Eco, Kyau & Albert, Eco, Dillon Francis, Marcus Schossow, Steve Aoki, Nicky Romero, Adrian Lux, Benny Benassi, Morgan Page, PeaceTreaty, Flux Pavilion & Dr. P, Knife Party, DashBerlin, W & W, Gabriel & Dresden,  Mord Fustang, Krewella, Angger Dimas, Felix Cartal, Kill The Noise, Autoerotique, Benga, Bart B More, Nadastrom, and Jaytech.

Additionally, Tiësto’s Club Life Radio channel will simulcast Tiësto’s set live on Sunday, September 2 at 8:00 pmET. Tiësto’s Club Life Radio is available in the Dance/Electronic category online and through the SiriusXM Internet Radio App for smartphones and mobile devices, and by satellite on channel 340 on the SiriusXM Lynx and SiriusXM Edge radios.

“We are excited to bring listeners nationwide some of the best DJs working today in Electronic Dance Music from one of the premier events,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. “SiriusXM has been an early supporter of what is now one of music’s most vibrant genres, and we are home to many of its talented DJs. Only so many can be at Electric Zoo, but only SiriusXM can bring listeners the world’s best DJs live throughout the weekend as if you were there in the crowd.”                                                                                       

2012 marks the 4th consecutive year that SiriusXM has aired DJ sets live from Electric Zoo.

Electric Zoo 2012 Lineup, Timeslots, Artist Schedule, Roster, Line-Up, Line Up

For more info, please go to:

Web: www.electriczoofestival.com.
Facebook: facebook.com/ElectricZoo
Twitter: twitter.com/electriczoony #EZoo 

About Electric Zoo 

Electric Zoo: New York’s Electronic Music Festival now in its 4th year, featured more than 100 of the world’s biggest electronic music talent in 2011, including DJs and live acts, providing the finest techno, trance, house, dubstep, electro, indie dance music and more across four stages on beautiful Randall’s Island Park. Electric Zoo received a coveted IDMA nomination for “Best U.S. Festival” and “Best Music Event” by URB magazine, as well as press coverage from major media outlets like CNN, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Village Voice, Time Out New York, New York Post, The Source, DJ Mag, Mixmag and Ocean Drive, establishing it as New York City’s premier electronic music festival as well as a top American event. After a sold-out capacity crowd of 50,000 over 2 days in 2010, Electric Zoo expanded to a new 3-day format with over 85,000 attendees in 2011. For more information, please go to: www.electriczoofestival.com.

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COMMUNITY: Electric Zoo 2012 Set Times, Mobile App, Green Initiatives & Sponsors

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ELECTRIC ZOO 2012
New York’s Electronic Music Festival
August 31, September 1 & September 2
Labor Day Weekend
@ Randall’s Island Park, NYC
#EZoo

Set Times Announced Online and via Official Mobile App
Plus Green Initiatives, Sponsors & Media Partners

Electric Zoo Venue Shot from 2010

With Electric Zoo 2012 just a week away, NYC is rumbling with anticipation for three days of beats, sunshine and good vibes with 100+ of  the world’s top electronic dance music artists on August 31, September 1, and September 2. Now in its fourth year, Electric Zoo is excited to announce set times online and via a new and improved mobile app, plus the return of environmentally friendly green initiatives and this year’s sponsors & media partners.

 

Set Times Announced via Official Electric Zoo 2012 Mobile App 

Now available for iPhone and Android, this year’s Electric Zoo app includes more useful and fun features than ever before. Featuring a custom schedule of set-times, abililty to set reminders so you don’t miss your favorite artists, and map of the festival site so you can locate the nearest bathrooms, face painting or a delicious food vendor, the new app also includes:

●      Zoo Radio from Slacker Radio: built into the app, so you can listen to music from Electric Zoo artists on the go.

●      Push notifications to get important late-breaking festival news updates.

●      A festival camera that lets you put a fun Electric Zoo frame around your photos and share them with friends.

●      Information about food and art at the festival.

 

Electric Zoo 2012 Green Initiatives

Like previous years, Electric Zoo is also proud to include several green initiatives for its fourth edition, including:

●     On-site recycling program for all of the trash.

●     50% of on-site generators are running on 100% biodiesel alternative fuel from recycled NYC fryer grease and the rest are on a B50 blend of 50% biodiesel from recycled NYC fryer grease and 50% diesel.

●     All of the site equipment is running on a B30 blend of 30% biodiesel from recycled NYC fryer grease and 70% diesel.

●     No factory farmed meat products are permitted for sale at Electric Zoo.

●     All of the food products and beer will be served on compostable ware (including plates, cups, napkins and utensils).

●     Free water will be available from refill stations.

 

Sponsors and Media Partners

Electric Zoo would like to thank this year’s sponsors and media partners:

  • Coors LightThe World’s Most Refreshing Beer returns to Electric Zoo for the third year in a row!  Perfect for cooling off after all-day dancing in the sun, Miller Coors offers a selection of domestic and imported beers.
  • Trident:  As the official gum of the Electric Zoo Festival, Trident is the spark that will help liberate even more fun in your festival experience.
  • Hi-Chew: Stop by the Hi-Chew airstream to kick back in our lounge and recharge with Hi-Chew fruit chews; the best fruit chew candy out there. It livens you up!
  • Mobli: A Supporting Sponsor of the Official After Parties at Best Buy Theater, Mobli is a photo and video-sharing app built to connect awesome content with captive audiences. Find yours on Mobli!
  • Virgin Mobile: Be sure to check out the Virgin Mobile Truck at Electric Zoo. We answer to a higher calling!
  • BILLY BOY: Germany’s #1 condom brand has landed inAmerica and returns to Electric Zoo once more. BILLY BOY is proud to be the sponsor of 3D glasses at The Riverside Tent.
  • CMJ 2012: Don’t miss the annual CMJ Music Marathon on October 16-20 in NYC.
  • ReverbNation: The world’s largest independent music marketing website, hosted an opportunity for a performance slot at this year’s Electric Zoo, to which over 600 eager DJs submitted. We’re pleased to announce the winner Julien Loreto who will be opening the Main stage on Friday, August 31st.
  • SiriusXM: Live broadcast and artist interviews from Electric Zoo Festival on subscription satellite radio.
  • SPIN: Since 1985, SPIN has given the first national exposure to many of history’s most important cutting-edge recording artists, while vividly documenting the culture surrounding music.
  • Yelp: Connects people with great local businesses and community happenings. Visit Yelp.com/nyc to see what’s buzzing in your hood.
  • Integral Sound: Custom professional sound systems renowned world-wide for their purity, precision and high performance.
  • NEO: Audio cables created by Oyaide.
Electric Zoo 2012 Lineup, Timeslots, Artist Schedule, Roster, Line-Up, Line Up

For more info, please go to www.electriczoofestival.com.
Facebook: facebook.com/ElectricZoo
Twitter: twitter.com/electriczoony #EZoo

About Electric Zoo 

Electric Zoo: New York’s Electronic Music Festival now in its 4th year, featured more than 100 of the world’s biggest electronic music talent in 2011, including DJs and live acts, providing the finest techno, trance, house, dubstep, electro, indie dance music and more across four stages on beautiful Randall’s Island Park. Electric Zoo received a coveted IDMA nomination for “Best U.S. Festival” and “Best Music Event” by URB magazine, as well as press coverage from major media outlets like CNN, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Village Voice, Time Out New York, New York Post, The Source, DJ Mag, Mixmag and Ocean Drive, establishing it as New York City’s premier electronic music festival as well as a top American event. After a sold-out capacity crowd of 50,000 over 2 days in 2010, Electric Zoo expanded to a new 3-day format with over 85,000 attendees in 2011. For more information, please go to: www.electriczoofestival.com.

 

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