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[INTERVIEW] Move Over Mafia, The Glitch Mob Has Risen To Take Over

As the name implies, electronic group The Glitch Mob has torn through the boundaries that have separated the worlds of DJ booth driven EDM and more traditional live instrument performance to amass one of the fastest growing fan bases in today’s music scene. Sourced out of Los Angeles, DJs edIT (Edward Ma), Boreta (Justin Boreta) and Ooah (Josh Mayer) have risen beyond the West Coast[...] Read more >>

Electric Zoo’s Efforts To Transform For 2015 Paid Off

Electric Zoo is like the Spiderman movies of music festivals. Just as New York’s favorite web-slinger has grown from the pages of our childhood comic books to the forefront of today’s pop culture, Electric Zoo has transformed from a small East Coast gathering to one of the world’s most recognized music festivals. Every Labor Day Weekend since 2009, EZoo has transformed[...] Read more >>

Electric Zoo Aims To Transform In 2015

With a seven-year-long run and a strong lineup of past performers, Electric Zoo has become a staple Labor Day event for New Yorkers in the electronic music scene. The weekend-long festival, traditionally taking place on Randall’s Island park, wraps up festival season with a smorgasbord of electronic acts and art installations in the middle of the East River — a “zoo” of[...] Read more >>

Animals Come Out To Play For Sixth Edition Of Electric Zoo Festival 2014

As Labor Day weekend approaches, the anticipation of New York’s longest running electronic festival grows closer and closer. Electric Zoo, which takes place on Randall’s Island in NYC over Labor Day weekend, will be coming back with an impressive lineup in 2014. Entering its 6th year, EZoo features over 125 different artists, including some of the worlds biggest headliners like[...] Read more >>

EDC and Electric Zoo Expand to Mexico City in 2014

Next year, two of America’s most well-known festivals will expand to international territory, as Electric Zoo and Electric Daisy Carnival making the move to Mexico in the spring. Mexico’s festival season is already ramping up to have an explosive start as the New Year kicks off. Popular US festival Lights All Night announced a New Year’s Eve date in Mexico City as an addition[...] Read more >>

Electric Zoo 2013: Phase II Lineup

Well now. Electric Zoo dropped their phase II line up today and it ain't half bad. The three day fest rounded out is headliners by adding some talent that should please everyone. There's a little bit a dub thanks to Chase & Status, Adventure Club, Sub Focus and Datsik; some hard hitting electro bass thanks to Dog Bood, Boys Noize, Kill the Noize, Jack Beats (one of my all-time[...] Read more >>

Electric Zoo 2013: Headliners

NYC's very own island-based festival, Electric Zoo, is returning to Randall's Island from Friday, August 31st to Sunday, September 1st for the 5th installment of the growing east coast dance party. To celebrate, another main stage will be added to the grounds and there will be more confetti. Tickets this year start at $329 for a GA three day pass and run all the way up to $1,199[...] Read more >>

Electric Zoo 2013: Phase III Lineup

The third wave of artists playing this year's Electric Zoo in New York City dropped yesterday and it is delightful. Although the festival is still plagued by overcrowding, high prices and an odd crowd, I find myself almost wanting to go - that's how fantastic the line up is. Unbelievably, this isn't even the final line up - more artists will be announced later this summer. Electric[...] Read more >>

Electric Zoo 2012 Line Up (Phase 2)

Phase 2 of the Electric Zoo line up is here! Some solid additions mean that this is going to be a seriously fun weekend. Check out the latest additions: Alvin Risk Andrew Bayer Angger Dimas Bart B More Benga Brass Fergie Brodinski DallasK Diplo DJ Bl3nd Eco Eliot Lipp EOTO Jack Beats Jaytech Kavinsky Krewella Kyau & Albert Nervo Norin & Rad Orjan[...] Read more >>

Electric Zoo 2012: Phase 1 Line Up

Electric Zoo has finally made a line up announcement! When I first began planning my festival season, I decided that I could probably skip EZoo this year, but with a phase one line up like this, I'm starting to reconsider. This year includes (so far): David Guetta Pretty Lights Laidback Luke Hardwell Nicky Romero Above & Beyond Ferry Corsten ATB Gabriel &[...] Read more >>