As Montage Mountain & all of Scranton, Pennsylvania prepare for thousands of festival goers and Camp Bisco’s packed out lineup, we all wait as the days count down. In less…
Twenty-one years of making music and still striving to better his style and sound, I consider this man an EDM God. He started his own record label, Kindergarten Recordings, has topped numerous dance charts including Beatport and iTunes, was nominated for a Grammy, and although his contract just ended, was signed to one of the biggest electronic record labels, Ultra Records. On the second day of Camp Bisco, minutes before he took over main stage, Wolfgang Gartner joined us to talk about the past, present, and future of his music. From growing up and being intrigued by synthesizers to working with Skrillex on “Devil’s Den”, he breaks down how he got to where he is, along with his thoughts on the EDM scene, and his new music coming out!
You’ll recognize this electronic artist based on his big, square glasses alone. Needless to say, it wasn’t hard to spot Alex Botwin, A.K.A Paper Diamond, last weekend when he joined us at Camp Bisco 12 for this exclusive Daily Beat interview. Originally from Kansas City but now making a huge impact in Colorado, he took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to discuss his influences, how he works the iPad up on stage, and his combined record label, art gallery, and academy, Elm & Oak. He then went on to rock the crowd at the B.I.G. Tent, opening so many eyes and ears to what they may not have been familiar with before. See what he has to say below and don't forget to snag his new EP, "Paragon", and his "Night Vision" tour mix, just by liking his Facebook page!
Not too much can be found on this new artist yet, but he does have one killer remix that blew up in the EDM world recently. Crizzly, describing his sound as "crunkstep" released his spin on the infamous "Thrift Shop" by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis on April 29th. Now his name is popping up on festival line ups all over the country. One of those festivals is Camp Bisco 12. After seeing him not once, but twice in one night at EDC and then again in the basement at Webster Hall, it will truly be a honor to rage with him again. And where better to do that that at the spacious Indian Lookout Country Club that hosts Camp Bisco Music Festival? Now, Trap music is taking the spot light in the scene due to the over whelming hype and excitement not only from the music itself, but from the fans who love it. An amazing set is about the music and an amazing experience is about the people. Fortunately, crizzly will bring the music and the crowd to camp Bisco this summer. We hope to see you all there!!