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Electric Zoo Festival in New York Live DJ-Sets DVD / 16GB USB-DRIVE COMPILATION (2009 - 2012)

Electric Zoo Festival in New York Live DJ-Sets DVD / 16GB USB-DRIVE COMPILATION (2009 - 2012)

Electric Zoo Festival in New York Live DJ-Sets DVD / 16GB USB-DRIVE COMPILATION (2009 - 2012)

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 Electric Zoo Festival - New York (2009 - 2012)
Live Festival DJ Sets Compilation

102 Live DJ-Sets + 120 Hours of Music 
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Compilation Listing

 

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2009 IN NEW YORK

Desyn Masiello - Live @ Electric Zoo Promo Mix (31.08.09) – 90 Mins
Above & Beyond - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2009 (05.09.09) -1 Hour
Armin Van Buuren - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2009 (05.09.09) – 2 Hours
Deadmau5 - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2009 (05.09.09) – 90 Mins
Desyn Masiello - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2009 (05.09.09) – 30 Mins
Gareth Emery - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2009 (05.09.09) – 1 Hour
Paul Van Dyk - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2009 (05.09.09) – 1 Hour

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2010 IN NEW YORK

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2010 IN NEW YORK (02.09.10)
Fedde Le Grand - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (02.09.10) - 1 Hour
Moby - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (02.09.10) - 30 Mins

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2010 IN NEW YORK (03.09.10)
Above & Beyond - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (03.09.10) – 1 Hour
Funkagenda - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (03.09.10) – 30 Mins
Gareth Emery - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (03.09.10) – 1 Hour

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2010 IN NEW YORK (04.09.10)
Afrojack - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Joachim Garraud - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Tom Middleton - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Chuckie - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Boris - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Benny Benassi - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Axwell - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Dirty South - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Kaskade - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 1 Hour
Markus Schulz - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (04.09.10) – 75 Mins

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2010, HILLTOP STAGE IN NEW YORK (05.09.10)
Above & Beyond - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 30 Mins
Armin Van Buuren - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 105 Mins
Avicii - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 90 Mins
Cosmic Gate - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 1 Hour
D Ramirez - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 90 Mins
Fedde Le Grand - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 1 Hour
Funkagenda - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 1 Hour
Laidback Luke - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 90 Mins
Moby - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 90 Mins
Sander Van Doorn - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2010 (05.09.10) – 75 Mins

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2011 IN NEW YORK

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2011 IN NEW YORK (02.09.11)
An21 & Max Vangeli - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (02.09.11) – 1 Hour
Benny Benassi - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (02.09.11) – 75 Mins
Gareth Emery - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (02.09.11) – 75 Mins
Joris Voorn & Nic Fanciulli - Live @ Electric Zoo 2011 (02.09.11) – 90 Mins
Josh Wink - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (02.09.11) – 1 Hour
Markus Schulz - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (02.09.11) – 75 Mins
Moby - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (02.09.11) – 75 Mins
Robbie Rivera - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (02.09.11) – 75 Mins
Serge Devant - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (02.09.11) – 30 Mins

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2011 IN NEW YORK (03.09.11)
Andy Moor - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 75 Mins
Carl Cox - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 2 Hours
12th Project - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 1 Hour
BT- Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 1 Hour
David Guetta - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 1 Hour
Ferry Corsten - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 90 Mins
Mat Zo - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 75 Mins
Sander Van Doorn - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 90 Mins
Sidney Samson - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 1 Hour
Zack Roth - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (03.09.11) – 1 Hour

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2011 IN NEW YORK (04.09.11)
Arty - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 1 Hour
Afrojack - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 90 Mins
Alesso - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 90 Mins
Armin Van Buuren - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 90 Mins
Dubfire - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 90 Mins
Gabriel & Dresden - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 90 Mins
Gramatik - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 30 Mins
Guy Gerber - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 30 Mins
Arty - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 1 Hour
EDX - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 75 Mins
Hardwell - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 75 Mins
Jaytech - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 1 Hour
John Dahlback - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 90 Mins
Michael Woods - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2011 (04.09.11) – 75 Mins

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2012 IN NEW YORK

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2012 IN NEW YORK (31.08.12)
A Track - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 1 Hour
Adrian Lux - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 1 Hour
David Guetta - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 90 Mins
Dillon Francis - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 75 Mins
Ferry Corsten - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 90 Mins
Gabriel & Dresden - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 75 Mins
Hardwell - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 1 Hour
Above & Beyond - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 30 Mins
Jaytech - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 75 Mins
Kill The Noise - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 1 Hour
Marcus Schossow - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 1 Hour
Morgan Page - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 75 Mins
Nadastrom - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 75 Mins
Netsky - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 1 Hour
Nicky Romero - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (31.08.12) - 75 Mins

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2012 IN NEW YORK (01.09.12)
Angger Dimas - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 1 Hour
Autoerotique - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 1 Hour
Axwell - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 90 Mins
Bingo Players - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 75 Mins
Benny Benassi - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 75 Mins
Dada Life - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 1 Hour
DJ Eco - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 1 Hour
Felix Cartal - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 1 Hour
DJ Tiesto - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 75 Mins
Martin Solveig - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 75 Mins
Mord Fustang - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 75 Mins
Nervo - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 75 Mins
Nicky Romero - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 1 Hour
Sander Van Doorn - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 75 Mins
Steve Aoki - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (01.09.12) - 1 Hour

ELECTRIC ZOO FESTIVAL 2012 IN NEW YORK (02.09.12)
Above & Beyond - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 30 Mins
Bart B More - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 1 Hour
Congorock - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 1 Hour
Dash Berlin - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 75 Mins
Destructo - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 1 Hour
Diplo - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 75 Mins
Flux Pavilion - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 75 Mins
Knife Party - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 1 Hour
Peace Treaty - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 1 Hour
Pierce Fulton - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 1 Hour
Porter Robinson - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 75 Mins
Pretty Lights - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 1 Hour
Tommy Trash - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 1 Hour
W&W - Live @ Electric Zoo Festival 2012 (02.09.12) - 75 Mins


Event Profile

 

 

Electric Zoo Festival Details...

 

 

 

As a recent transplant from the West to the East Coast, I had no idea what to expect from New York City's Electric Zoo festival—the second coming of an electronic event improbably located on Randall's Island in the middle of the Hudson River with the New York skyline juxtaposed against a pastoral tree-lined park setting. I don't know what I expected from the NY daytime clubber scene—a bunch of stereotypical Wild Style-styled b-boys? Fist-pumping guidos? Reserved IDM headnodders? Neon-clad electroclashers in played-out shuttershades? Well, the answer was all of the above—and more. Not to mention a surprisingly satisfying musical menu.

Day 1's highlight came early with Paul Kalkbrenner in the Sunday School Grove tent, which proved to be the home of the more intellectual end of the sonic spectrum as the festival progressed. Kalkbrenner showered the kids with life affirming bass pulses, grinning and smiling between cigarettes as he worked his way through a Berlin Calling-dominated set. Standouts "Azure" and "Square 1" established the vibe as firmly downtempo and summery—perfect for Kalbrenner's midday set.


1969–2000: Early Life and Musical Beginning

It perfectly mirrored his filmic alter-ego DJ Ickarus's daytime jam-out at the confluence of the rivers Havel and Spree in Berlin—warm, loving, Euro xoxoxo type stuff. He threw a few leftfield crowdpleasers into the mix too, with Fatboy Slim's "Praise You" and the Gary Jules cover of "Mad World" making appearances. Kalkbrenner closed on a high note, blowing kisses to the crowd as he dropped "Sky and Sand," the emotional signature track from the film that features vocals from sibling Fritz Kalkbrenner. Just simple and stunningly beautiful.

Up next was a raucous set from Boris on the mainstage, throwing down the usual sirens-and-sawtooth-bass fare down for a crowd of shirtless juicers with rocket nipples. Not really my scene, but for what it was, it delivered. Ascending trance melodies, break-chorus-break, that sort of thing.

ATB followed him up, mixing twirling high-register hooks with Andre Tanneberger's signature high product values and girlvox. Frustratingly, ATB kept teasing the unforgettably elastic guitar line from "9PM Til I Come" but never actually got us there. Sadly (for me), his choices took a downturn, with an extended foray into Rage Against the Machine's "Killing in the Name Of" that just wouldn't end. Thankfully, he took us away from rap-rock near the end for a dip into Robyn territory. But what do I know? The crowd seemed to love it all.

I tried to catch the tail-end of Pete Tong's offering, but it was losing the soundsystem battle to the main stage and ended up being a throbbing mess that no one seemed to be able to dance to, thanks to sound bleed, dust and exhaustion.


Things looked up with cheerful Rusko bringing it back to filthy dubstep. The effervescent Leodensian wore the crowd out with slow-n-low bass grind and more complex drum loops than the usual kick/kick-snare one-two that was the coin of the realm for both days. I had a bit of a prejudice against him after a largely lame hip-hop flavored set, but he won me completely over. Again, though, the poor guy, being on the Red Bull Music Academy Riverside Stage, was drowned out a bit at the periphery by strains of M.I.A., Santigold and Ace of Base blasting in from Major Lazer on the nearby main stage.

I finished out the evening with an absolute killer set from the always intense, always rock-solid Richie Hawtin. Known for ecstatic, erratic beat wizardry and sparse everything else, Hawtin was true to form, layering snare after snare over a bed of cymbal nails and bass landmines. I can't seem to learn a lesson—I stood too close to Hawtin's speakers during the Plastikman set at Coachella and I did the same damn thing in New York. But when it comes to reminding hardcore heads what they came to hear, Hawtin delivered and reminded we the believers that there are no atheists in a k-hole.

The morning's offerings for Day 2 were lackluster, so I got a later start, arriving just in time for a kickass show from Martin Buttrich, Matthias Tanzmann and Davide Squillace, performing for the first time as a trio. These three friends were in perfect sync, dancing together and hunching over their Macbooks with wide smiles. It was all midtempo bangers of the dirty variety—perfect for the filthy dustbowl that the Sunday School Tent had become at this point.


2000–2002: Rise to Fame and In My Memory

The biggest surprise of the festival came in the form of a Moby DJ set, which, despite all misgivings, did not actually suck. Moby, whose career is somewhat of the lightning rod for the, er, bald commercialism of '90s techno, came with the heavy shit, eschewing his wimpy electro soul and mom-pleasing blues spiritual sampling tendencies (thank god) for a set of all bone-crunching bangers. For a man that once made me embarrassed to be both an electronic dance music fan and a vegetarian, this is a sizable achievement. Moby unleashed thundering upper-BPM choices one after another, spicing it up with a few classics, including the inimitable pad wash from Underworld's classic "Born Slippy (Nuxx)." Jumping up on the DJ booth and working the crowd hype with old-school rave cuts, the hairless one knows where we came from and why we're here. He ended the set with a grand mal-inducing crescendo that (I think) featured a snippet of the vox from the one Moby album track I still actually love—"Next Is the E."

Alexander Ridha, AKA Boys Noize, came for one reason only, to blast us into the stone age. There was nothing complicated about tracks like "Kontact Me" and "Sweet Light"—which exist purely to get the lead out of droopy club kids. It was loud, loud and loud and the crowd went absolutely catshit. I don't think my fave, "Jeffer" made an appearance—a track that has gained somewhat of a cult following thanks to this nugget of awesome.

Diplo, who had shared a stage with Switch the day before, threw down a lukewarm set of his own in the Red Bull tent, leaning heavily on tracks he produced for Maya Arulpragasam like "Bucky Done Gun." Granted, everyone's pretty wiped at this point, but it didn't seem like people were having that much fun and the selections never seemed to lock into a groove. It seemed like soupy drums brought it down. I did see a guy in a giant inflatable deer costume though, which was kinda rad.

Not having the energy or the yen for '90s superstars Armin Van Buuren or Digweed (and having an abiding distaste for Grey Goose-sprayer extraordinaire Steve Aoki), I finished the evening with a tight little house package from Brooklynite Victor Calderone. Sure, my sinuses were filled with Randall's Island firmament and I was like 1,100 cigarettes closer to death, but I managed to have one last dance to Calderone's no-nonsense brand of precise kick drum patterning and delightfully woozy yet respectably skeletal synth noodling. With the NY club scene just a short Metro North train ride away from my new home in Connecticut, I'll be sure to make it to one of his regular appearances in the city in the near future.


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