New Yorkers are rejoicing as Electric Zoo returns to Randall’s Island this Labor Day weekend, and since the lineup is so stacked, we decided to share another 5 acts you should definitely check out. Yesterday, we gave you the lowdown on our favorite heavy bass artists, but let’s not forgot those who prefer a more chilled out experience. This year’s lineup features a solid selection of house artists from around the globe, and these are the sets we’re looking forward to.
Originally from Australia, Tigerlily has been traveling the world performing at top destinations including Hakkasan in Las Vegas and Tomorrowland. Her progressive house tracks have been supported by superstar DJs like Tiesto, and she’s worked with KSHMR and Kyro among others. Don’t miss her afternoon set this weekend.
When / Where: Friday, September 2 at 3:00pm – Main Stage
Unlike Pluto is an Atlanta native who currently resides in Los Angeles. His remix of Diplo’s “Revolution” recently hit over 20 million plays on Soundcloud, and Billboard named him in their “Dance Artist To Watch in 2016” list.
When / Where: Friday, September 2 at 4:00pm – Riverside Stage
Moon Boots is a French producer / DJ whose sound fuses underground disco and R&B boogie to create pulsing yet smooth rhythms. If you’re in the mood to dance, then make sure to catch his set this weekend.
When / Where: Friday, September 2 at 7:00pm – Sunday School Stage
The Cartel Twins are New York-based identical duo who have been perfecting their craft in turntablism since the age of 12, and performing for over a decade. They specialize in deep house, techno, and electronica with a live show that should not be missed.
When / Where: Saturday, September 3 at 2:00pm – Treehouse Stage
Luke Bond is a progressive house and trance artist known for his smash hits “On Fire” and “Once More”, both of which reached over 1 million plays on Spotify within weeks of their release. With recent remixes under his belt for Cosmic Gate and Gareth Emery, this afternoon set is definitely worth checking out on Sunday.
When / Where: Sunday, September 4 at 1:00pm – Riverside Stage