Review Roundup: Los Angeles Electric Daisy Carnival 2010

via LA Weekly

The scene was somewhere between Mardi Gras, Halloween and a parent’s worst nightmare, particularly in regards to the underage “prosti-tots” prone to running around wearing little more than panties and pasties. Of course, there was the occasional substance casualty, but in a crowd that size, they’re to be expected, so please don’t call the rave police. [Read the rest of the review…]

via LA Times

Surrounded by swirling, half-naked bodies and engulfed by waves of digital drum and bass, Latifa Hussan, 21, and her boyfriend, Cruz Rios, 22, were explaining what had made them drive down from Fresno at 6 a.m. for the Electric Daisy Carnival. [Read the rest of the review…]

via Beatcrave [PHOTOS]

For some, summer means shopping, lounging around, and hot weather. For others, summer means sitting in an office watching other shop, lounge around and enjoy the hot weather. All work and non-work aside, summer means one thing for sure: Electric Daisy Carnival is coming to town. Since 1993, electronic music promoter Insomniac has been putting electronic music festivals on around the world. [Read the rest of the review…]

via Spin

The scene inside the Coliseum got scary Saturday afternoon when unruly concertgoers started breaking through chain-link fences to get onto the field, which filled to capacity early. Black Eyed Peas ringleader managed to talk down an edgy crowd during his DJ set, admonishing brazen youths hell-bent on getting onto the field, who were jumping over security personnel and even cops to get there (and risking injury to themselves and vendors in tents nearby).
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Born during a sweaty, backstage, Bonnaroo downpour, the editor-in-chief's mission in life is to dance, write, and travel to every great festival that this wide world has to offer. While his identity remains a mystery, you may have already met him, probably when he helped himself to your party favors.

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