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Electric Zoo 2012: All the coverage, all wrapped up

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With the colder weather moving in, Summer has come to an end. Labor Day Weekend held the biggest festival in New York City for the fourth year in a row, Electric Zoo on Randall’s Island. Dancing Astronaut was there for all three days of mayhem – taking pictures and critiquing sets – bringing our fans the most coverage possible. Check below the break for everything we covered because we pumped out a ton of content so wanted to make reading about EZoo that much easier.

Friday

Gesaffelstein brought his new wave of French Techno to the beginning of day one


Nicky Romero played a great set for the mainstage

Hardwell destroyed the mainstage with his bootlegs

Dillion Francis brought his moombahton to Randall’s Island

Pretty Lights closed out the Mainstage on Friday with his new stage


While Gramatik didn’t grace us with his presence at EZoo we still had a great time with him at Webster Hall

We put all our favorite moments caught on camera from Day 1 together.
You can find all of the livesets from Day 1 here

Saturday

Nervo opened Saturday mainstage with a set that puts male DJs to shame.


We picked five tracks you need to know from Sander Van Doorn’s set on mainstage.

Dada Life had everyone “Feeding the Dada” but they didn’t bring any new tricks to Zoo.

Martin Solveig did more than just say “Hello.”

David Guetta took some risks with his set but to mixed crowd reactions.

Axwell blew the mainstage away with a set that was finally different from the standard SHM fare.


Just like Day 1 we put together our favorite moments on camera from Day 2.
We collected all of the livesets from Day 2 for you to download.

Sunday

Zedd showcased his talents despite a safe set list.


Tiesto played a standard set on mainstage

Skrillex made one of our editors fall back in love.

Marco Carola played an unforgettable set to close out Electric Zoo 2012.

More Coverage

For all of the Sunday School Grove fans we recapped the weekend.
Our 17th episode of Axis features every single DJ who played at Electric Zoo.

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