We couldn't have asked for a better day to close out Electric Daisy Carnival New York. With absolutely picturesque skies above the MetLife Stadium crowd, EDC New York's Day Two was full of success. With incredible live sets, interviews galore, and an incredible atmosphere, we were able to narrow our Razberry Photography shots to our top ten. Take a look below!
Our interview with Marc Kinchen took place just minutes after his set in the Neon GARDEN tent, and was planned just a half hour prior to that. However, we managed to get some juice like his addiction to shopping on Amazon and the time he got pants on stage during one of his sets!
9. Claude Von Stroke
Many people were unaware, but this Dirtybird played two sets over the weekend. He played the Platinum by Create stage earlier in the night, then closed out Neon GARDEN, playing back to back to back with MK and Kill Frenzy.
This God of filthy Dubstep actually played his entire set off of iTunes after forgetting his USB on the bed at his hotel. Could you even tell? He still delivered gut-wrenching bass we all love him so much for.
7. Calvin Harris
Calvin Harris dominated the main stage Sunday night jolting every head that walked past in his direction, eventually magnetizing them into his presence.
6. Martin Garrix
This 17-year-old Dutch DJ has become widely popular over the last year when his hit "Animals" became the 2013 summer anthem. So much that he played not one but BOTH days at EDC NY this year. I caught him and all his crazy energy on Sunday and quite frankly, regretted not going the day before.
5. Steve Angello
This was the set I saw from the Ferris Wheel, and where this shot came from. Dancin' and groovin' Steve had our car practically rocking off of the hinges!
4. Adventure Club
This had to be one of my favorite sets of the weekend. Christian and Leighton's songs are so powerful that at the end when the fireworks went off and lasers from their stage filled the sky, I found myself belting the lyrics in a complete state of euphoria.
3. Cutesy Clown Go Go Dancers
These girls are the life of the festival grounds, prancing around, taking photos, and bringing that extra spark to the festival while also lighting up each stage with their elaborate costumes and outgoing dance moves.
2. Destructo Portrait
Holding the longest interview of the weekend, Destructo had much to say about his past influences, future releases, and random thoughts and opinions about the current dance music culture.
1. And Confetti For All
The confetti is the icing on the cake when it comes to finales. Combined with the light and fireworks shows, the it trickles down on the crowd like the first snowfall evoking a sense of tranquility and closure.
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