Electric Daisy Carnival NYC: What You Need to Know â€“ cosmicMEADOW: Size Matters (Saturday)
Perhaps the crown jewel of a stacked Saturday, the cosmicMEADOW, aka the Size Matters tent, will be the place to hear the best and freshest big-tent anthems.
Who You’ll See
Before we dive into the in’s and out’s of the tent, don’t forget to check out ALL of EO’s in-depth guides to EDC NYC 2012:
- Sunday’s cosmicMEADOW line-up
- EDC overview and all day Friday
- Saturdayâ€™s kinecticFIELD line-up
- Sunday’s kinecticFIELD line-up
- Saturday’s circuitGROUNDS (ASOT) line-up
- Sunday’s circuitGROUNDS (Jacked) line-up
Get the full preview after the jump!
Who You Can’t Miss
Erick Morillo – He’s still got it. Don’t let people tell you he’s overrated. As a live DJ he is one of the best. Ever. If you haven’t had the experience, now would be a great time. Always lively behind the decks and lugging along a trunk of unreleased music spanning many genres, Morillo is the DJ’s DJ.
Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick Feat. Skin – If This Ain’t Love (Original Club Mix)
AN21 & Max Vangeli – Whoa, whoa. Why ‘can’t miss’ you say? These two are sitting on so much unreleased music it’s silly. With their ‘People Of The Night’ album on the way (eventually!) and a solid ‘in’ with Swedish House Mafia, we won’t just hear ‘Feel‘ and ‘Atom‘ and bangers of that ilk, but previews of new ones that will carry us through the summer. Track ID, anyone?
AN21 & Max Vangeli vs. Kim Fai – Story (W/ ‘Sweet Disposition’ Acapella)
Under The Radar Performer
Junior Sanchez – That’s right and damn near ‘Who You Can’t Miss’ too. Junior Sanchez is a local legend. He’s been tearing up New York City nightclubs since many of us were in the womb. Of late, he’s gotten backing from Size Records and has become a secret weapon of sorts. Not your typical big-room Swedish progressive sound that the label owns, but a dirty Dutch-inspired mix of electro and progressive. It could be the hottest and most exclusive music of the day.
Racial Nomads – La Da’s Dance (Junior Sanchez Nite Version)
Who You Can Pass On
Steve Angello – Ohhhhh! Burn! No offense to him, but you can check out Sebastian Ingrosso a little later in the day for a frighteningly similar set. You do have to hand it to him a little though, of all three Swedish House Mafia members, he is most likely to differentiate from their standard set. Roll the dice if there is someone good playing during that time slot.
What We Want to Hear
Ellie Goulding – Starry Eyed (AN21 and Max Vangeli Remix)
Genairo Nvilla – King Of Drums
Mescal Kid aka Steve Angello – I Need You
Make sure to check back every day this week for the remaining guides to EDC NYC 2012!