This weekend, Electric Zoo: Wild Island invades Randall’s Island Park to wrap up another hot summer in New York City, and with an insane lineup featuring over 100 artists, there’s sure to be something for every EDM fan. If you’re like us though and heavy bass is your thing, keep reading for to find out who we’re going to see.
Spor aka Jon Gooch is an English Drum & Bass veteran and founder of Sotto Voce Records. He also produces tracks under the name Feed Me, with official releases on Mau5trap Records and Noisia’s Division imprint. Don’t miss his afternoon set this Friday.
When / Where: Friday, September 2 at 5:00pm – Hilltop Stage
Zomboy is a dubstep producer who first came on the scene with his single “Organ Donor” released on Never Say Die Records. Often compared to Skrillex, his sound can best be described as a combination of smooth melodies and heavy dubstep. Having just wrapped up the successful Neon Grave tour earlier this year, his set will definitely be a crowd favorite this weekend.
When / Where: Friday, September 2 at 7:00pm – Hilltop Stage
Datsik is a dubstep DJ / producer hailing from Canada who has worked with The Crystal Method, Snoop Dogg, Diplo and many others. Since his start in 2014, he’s had multiple #1 Beatport releases and recently launched his own label called Firepower, making him one of the fastest rising bass artists in the game.
When / Where: Friday, September 2 at 8:15pm – Hilltop Stage
Rain Man aka Kris Trindl became known as a member of EDM supergroup Krewella, but since his departure in 2014, he has proven to be an amazing performer on his own. He released the hit “Bring Back the Summer” earlier this year, following it up with official remixes for Yellow Claw and The Chainsmokers. His set is definitely a must see this weekend.
When / Where: Saturday, September 3 at 4:30pm – Riverside Stage
Since he debuted on the scene in 2012, Borgore has transformed from the drummer of a death metal band to a global dubstep powerhouse, while also managing his wildly successful Buygore Records imprint. With a sound that’s described as dark and heavy, this Israeli producer has worked with everyone from Waka Flocka and G-Eazy to Miley Cyrus.
When / Where: Saturday, September 3 at 7:00pm – Main Stage