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article imageReview: Steve Aoki amazing at 'Electric Zoo: Wild Island' in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 3, 2016 in Music
New York - Electronic music superstar Steve Aoki performed at "Electric Zoo: Wild Island" on September 3 at Randall's Island Park in New York.
Aoki performed on the Riverside stage, for an excellent turnout, as part of the Dim Mak 20th anniversary stage, where the logo of his name was eloquently displayed on the top.
Out of all the acts that played on that Riverside stage, Aoki's set stole the show, and was perhaps one of the highlight performances of the second day of the Electric Zoo festival. His passion for his craft was evident and infectious, and the same holds true for his charisma and hard work. Aoki is one of those artists that truly feels the music that he is making. The entire time at Randall's Island Park his fans were cheering, clapping along and waving their hands up in the air.
The Verdict
Overall, Steve Aoki's 75 minute set at Electric Zoo: Wild Island was high-octane and a great deal of fun. He was authentic, unfiltered and gave the fans exactly what they wanted to hear. Aoki had the crowd in the palm of his hand, and they were engaged in his music the entire time. He is worth seeing live whenever he is in town. His live set garnered an A rating.
Digital Journal's review of Steve Aoki's documentary I'll Sleep When I'm Dead may be seen here.
For more information on Grammy-nominated DJ and producer Steve Aoki, check out his official website and follow him on Twitter.
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