Thousands gathered at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park last Saturday night, to witness the second annual celebration of Steve Angello's, Size Records. Strobes, dancing, neon, laughter, an electric enthusiasm and a spectacular chaos assaulted the senses. The rhythmic pulsing began, the otherworldly lights danced to the beat and the crowd was transported…
Trent Cantrelle kicked-off the party with a bangin' set that got the crowd pumped for the madness to come. Tim Mason was up next, his trademark beats and rolling riffs making the ground – and attendees – shake. This group was hyped! Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano stormed the stage to deafening roars. The sun had set, the glow sticks were out, and the audience was on another plane. Sunnery and Ryan played an array of hits both old and new; the light show took on a life of its own. Concertgoers screamed their approval when a mix of Zedd and Foxes Clarity was spun, and jumped in unison when Avicii and Aloe Blacc's hit, Wake Me Up was blasted.
The final act of the night was none other than Mr. Size himself, Steve Angello. The stage went black, only the lights of cameras, cell phones, and glow sticks provided any illumination. Slowly, but unmistakably, the beaming rhythm of a spaceship annihilated all extraneous sound. Suddenly, a bright light lit the stage, strobes took over, and Steve called to his people, “New York City! Welcome to Size in the Park; are you ready to make some noise?!”
For some 5+ hours, and the help of an adoring crowd, noise was made!