Skrillex

Skrillex joins Bonobo for an epic unprecedented B2B at Printworks London


If the American megastar Skrillex is known for anything apart from his unique music talents and abilities as both DJ and producer, is the amount of unexpected appearances he’s made over the years for improvised B2Bs with other great but different artitsts. As the great star he is, he’s been able to adapt his sound and style for those occasions. From Axwell^Ingrosso and Kaskade, Fisher and Jauz to even rock bands, the list is extremely long but not finished yet. Recently, Skrillex added another legend into that extense list of artists he’s played along with. And that legend is the one and only Bonobo.

The susprising fact happened just few days ago. On Saturday October 12th, the Brighton-based producer Bonobo took over the decks of the prestigious London nightclub Printworks for a very special night where he presented his classic Outlier party in a sold-out venue. The attendants were buzzing with the Techno and House bombs that the British artist was throwing. It felt like it couldn’t get any better and bigger than that until the legendary dubstep god stepped up into the DJ booth and joined Bonobo for an unprecedented Back-2-Back set.

The reaction of the crowd was priceless and there have been many videos that have come out on Twitter reliving that crazy moment. The lucky ones who attended the show could enjoy of a unique night where two legends joined on stage to give a real masterclass of electronic music selection. For those unlucky fans that missed it, do not worry. Checking Skrillex history there are real chances to catch him in another improvised collab in the future. Just let’s hope he continues doing that and providing us with epic moments like this one.

Watch the clips of the unprecedented B2B between Skrillex and Bonobo below:





Born and raised in Barcelona (Spain), Pol's passion for dance music has brought him to London (UK), where he combines his role at We Rave You with his job as Account Manager at Festicket. Favourite genres: Emotional progressive house, future bass and electro pop.

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