Camp Bisco 11 got off to a bangin’ start last night with Skrillex, Disco Biscuits and a rare collab set from Zedd & Porter Robinson. Zeds Dead started off the big crowd sets as they performed a medley of new tracks, old favorites and some trap jams. RL Grime’s “Mercy” remix and Baaur’s “Harlem Shake” went over especially well.
Crystal Castles followed up and got hammered drunk on stage as they raged through “Baptism” and slammed Jack Daniels. Some dude ran up on stage and grabbed the mic but got tackled by security before he could say anything. That was pretty funny.
Skrillex came on stage with an array of pyrotechniques I’ve never seen before. He had two massive flame blowers on both sides of the stage and and chimney that blew fire with the “Ill” Skrillex logo carved in it. Strong electro, drum ‘n’ bass and reggae selections kept the set from getting stale as he dropped his popular dubstep tracks.
The Disco Biscuits carried on with a strong change of mood and music. The die hard fans sang all the words as Jon Gutwillig and Aron Magner delivered the most impressive display of musicianship last night.
Kill The Noise is one of the best DJs to hybrid the modern electro and dubstep tunes. Playing remixes of Swedish House Mafia tracks, but still getting down and dirty with his own heavy dubstep. The crowd kept entertained as he warmed up the stage for an epic collab set.
The night ended with a b2b display of OWSLA’s most talented artists. Porter and Zedd showed why they are two of electro’s most talented young DJs. They kept the crowd going til’ about 2am when silent discos and tent raging took over.