Electric Daisy Carnival NYC: What You Need to Know – kinecticFIELD (Sunday)

For the whole festival, kineticFIELD is where some of the most recognizable names in the world of EDM will be strutting their stuff. Sunday is no exception, and likely throughout the three days the stage will pull the greatest number of fans in comparison to the others.

Who You’ll See

Miss our first post on EDC basics and the Friday performers? Check it out here. And don’t forget yesterday’s post about Saturday’s kinecticFIELD line-up here!

Follow the jump for more!

Who You Can’t Miss

Given that this is the main stage, the line-up is particularly strong, but…if we were forced with a gun to our heads to make some suggestions, they are…

Dirty South – If you haven’t yet heard Dirty South’s remix of Miike Snow’s track ‘Devil’s Work,’ you probably haven’t been listening to the radio, going to shows or seen the internet since February, when Dragan debuted the track at his Pacha show. His sound may be changing slightly from his signature ‘Phazing’ days, but he is still a pro on production and the young talents he is cultivating, including Michael Brun, are providing solid fodder for his sets.

Miike Snow – Devil’s Work (Dirty South Remix)
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Bassnectar – Right smack in the middle of his 30+ stop VAVA VOOM tour, Bassnectar aka Lorin Ashton is taking the show to the main stage of Electric Daisy Carnival New York. If you can you should definitely stop by his set. If it’s anything like the shows he’s been putting on over the past month, his track list is absolutely incredible featuring both new tunes off his VAVA VOOM album and classics such as ‘Wildstyle Method’. Plus, he’s got a really ridiculous light show to go with it!

Bassnectar Feat. 40 Love – Wildstyle Method
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Under the Radar Performer

Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano – This Dutch pair are the dynamic male duo of dance music. They never fail to deliver sexy, progressive beats that fall on another level from other straight floor banging DJs. Their remix of Tiësto’s beloved ‘Lethal Industry’ is pretty breath taking in its deep buildup and delivery. Expect the same from every track Sunnery & Ryan deign to include in their set.

Tiësto – Lethal Industry (Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano Remix)
[audio:http://www.electronicaoasis.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Sunnery James Ryan Marciano Lethal Industry (Original Mix).mp3|titles=Sunnery James Ryan Marciano Lethal Industry (Original Mix).mp3]

Who You Can Pass On

Afrojack – This may sound like blasphemy, but Afrojack’s peformance at Ultra was lackluster and not that crowd pleasing. Instead of putting up a track list of favorites, which is what a short set requires, he offered up 10 new tracks. For diehards this works, but a large festival setting is probably not the best testing ground for shiny new unheard tunes. Save that for the intimate clubs where everyone already loves you. Maybe Paris Hilton is messing with his performances? She does tend to bop and twirl about in sunglasses during his sets…pure distraction!

What We Want to Hear

Dirty South & Those Unusual Suspects – Walking Alone
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Ferry Corsten feat. Ben Hague – Ain’t No Stoppin’ (Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano Remix)
[audio:http://www.electronicaoasis.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Aint No Stoppin.mp3|titles=Aint No Stoppin.mp3]

Bassnectar – Ugly (feat. Amp Live)
[audio: http://www.electronicaoasis.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Ugly (feat. Amp Live).mp3|titles=Ugly (feat. Amp Live).mp3]

1 Comment

  • May 10, 2012

    Chris B

    This is much more accurate then yesterdays kinecticfield article. The only thing I would say is even though Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano are definitely flying “under the radar”, they’re also worthy of the “Can’t Miss” title… and Bassnectar should have his own catagory of “Who you can NEVER miss”.

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