Now that they are on the top of the ticket stub, though, they have found a balance between all the genres they are capable of. From house to dubstep, and from jam to hip-hop, they are truly, for me, the most randomly perfect act in EDM right now.
Annual burners always have intoxicating smiles on their face waiting to see what will come from the most sought after party of the year.
The stage blasted off with their dialed lights and the crowd erupted like Pompeii. They played for an hour and a half and we all knew they were gonna come out for an encore. What we didn’t know was that they would continue to play eight more tracks and continue for an additional hour.
While many of us get ourselves caught up in the culture of partying, it is nice to step back, take a deep breath and allow yourself to get caught up in the trance environment and let your body and mind become deeply moved.
These two are making hip-hop, but are producing filthier breakdowns than most Dubstep djs right now. They are pushing into this live music industry quickly and with their combined talent I think and hope they will be headlining and selling out venues
Roots reggae music since its birth has captured the simple message to spread peace while managing to simplify the most complex of human emotions; Love. Lake Tahoe’s Reggae Festival found a way to exemplify peace and love and break hiatus from the trials of life.
From hip-hop to house and all the way to dubstep Skrillex seems to quietly, probably the wrong word for the job, work his way into most sets. Whether your favorite DJ is steady like Deadmau5 or as mind melting as Excision, you probably have the stylings of Skrillex somewhere on your Ipod.