This year, all eyes have been on Burning Man festival
From a plague of unidentified flying insects to videos of Katy Perry struggling on a Segway, the festival in Black Rock Desert has been fielding off criticism for being a second strand version of Coachella.
In an unlikely turn of events, it might just take a video of Skrillex DJing to change people’s minds about Burning Man.
Filmed during his early morning set at the Robot Heart stage, footage shows Skril playing a set that seems to set a desert devoid of people in dress out of their minds, dropping Disclosure, Kaskade, and in a possible long arm of friendship move, Deadmau5.
It’s a blissful set to watch and is guaranteed to make Burning Man seem like a festival so far removed from life that an ex bro-step DJ playing British house music seems possible. Now all we need is footage of Deadmau5 playing "Where Are U Now"...
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17 Sep 2015