[PREMIERE] Camp Bisco Announces New Location & Drops Insane Lineup Ft. The Disco Biscuits, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic & MorePosted in Bangin, Chill, Events, News by nick | Tags: Bassnectar, Camp Bisco, Lineup, pretty lights
Camp Bisco is one of the longest running electronic focused camping music festivals in the US, having ran for 13 years primarily in upstate New York. We even had our first ever TSIS stage at the 2013 edition of the festival.
The legendary camping festival left fans heartbroken last year when they took a year off. But today, we have some very exciting news that the festival is in fact returning for 2015. We are pleased to bring you the first look at this year's very impressive lineup. Camp Bisco 13 will take place over July 16th – 18th in a new location in Scranton, PA at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain & Montage Mountain Waterpark just south of New York boarder. Yes, you will now be able to enjoy the ammenity of watching your favorite music from a number of different swimming pools plus zipline rides and more. Watch the video below and get a taste of the experience.
Headliners this year include The Disco Biscuits, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, STS9, Atmosphere, and Tipper. There are many other sets to also be sure to hit including Snails, Kill The Noise, Jauz, Cherub, Flatbush Zombies, ILOVEMAKONNEN, Lido, Slow Magic, Haywyre, Ghastly, Manic Focus, Mr. Carmack, Louis Futon. This year's Bisco is a festival you will definitely not want to miss so grab tix here before this festival sells out.
Camp Bisco Digital Worldwide Online Pre-Festival through Mixify Presented by Thissongissick.com ft. Tommy Trash, Congorock, Popeska, Dirtyphonics and many morePosted in Bangin, Events, News by nick | Tags: Camp Bisco, Camp Bisco 2013, Tommy Trash
We are really excited about teaming up with Camp Bisco Music Festival (See full lineup here) and have news on an exciting new event, an Official Digital Pre-Festival featuring a cast of DJs that will streaming live sets online for the entire world in a special virtual Mixify DJ room on June 19th presented by This Song Is Sick. Currently the lineup includes Tommy Trash, Congorock, Dirtyphonics, Popeska, Heroes x Villians, Herobust, Designer Drugs, Nick Thayer, Manic Focus, Wick-It the Instigator and more very special guests to be announced. So mark your calendars for June 19th to tune into the special Mixify.com room
TODAY June 19th from 12pm – 10pm
Current Stage lineup after the Jump
We are extremely excited to announce that we will be curating the first ever “This Song Is Sick Stage”, this year at this incredible Camp Bisco Music Festival that takes place in New York at over the weekend of July 11th – 13th. The festival has been bringing some of the best rising electronic, hip-hop, and live band acts for the past 10 years, and we couldn’t be happier to team up with. OWSLA vs Boys Noize Radio and French Express will also be curating the other stages at the festival.
Add us to your custom schedule on the Camp Bisco Website
Our stage features a great collection of rising artists from all over the electronic world. We have Gramatik, Dirtyphonics (Live), Crizzly, Congorock, Heroes x Villians, and HeRobust.
Also added to the lineup is Madeon, Danny Brown, Destroid (ft. Excision, Downlink, KJ Sawka), Seven Lions, Bondax, Moon Boots, Autobody, Alpha Data, Manhattan Project, Perseus, Digital Tape Machine, and Stip Steve.
We are also going to be having a booth at the festival where you can come by and say what up and grab some new TSIS summer gear and stickers. We are also going to be having Meet & Greet at the booth where you will be able to come meet and grab a picture with some of your favorite artists who are playing the festival.
Also look out for a Camp Bisco mixtape that we have coming out next month featuring 20 exclusive unreleased originals and remixes from some of the best aritsts playing the festival this year.
Tickets for the festival are still available and will be going up in price, so grab them before the jump.
Music & Camping Festival, Camp Bisco taking place at Indian Lookout Country Club is back for another year just outside Albany, New York. The impressive lineup featuring a great mix of electronic, live band, and hip-hop will bring in tens of thousands of fans over the weekend of July 11th – 13th. We are very excited to announce that Thissongissick will be teaming up with Camp Bisco this year, more details on exactly what in the coming weeks. Tickets are on sale now.
Headliners include The Disco Biscuits, Bassnectar, Passion Pit, Flux Pavillion, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Wolfgang Gartner, Boys Noize, Dillon Francis, Tommy Trash, STS9, Animal Collective and Umphree’s McGee.
Some other names that stood out of hand included UZ, Alvin Risk, Baauer, Break Science, Cherub, Clockwork, Congorock, Crizzly, Dirtphonics Live, Flosstradamus, Gramatik, Grandtheft, Green Lantern, Herobust, Heroes & Villians, KOAN Sound, Manic Focus, Paper Diamond, Popeska, Project 46, RL Grime, Ryan Hemsworth, Toro Y Moi and Wick-It The Instagator
Purchase Tickets and Camping Here: http://campbisco.net/
Camp Bisco Music Festival 2012 Official Lineup Including Skrillex, Bassnectar, Atmosphere, Amon Tobin, A-Trak, and 100 OthersPosted in Bangin, Events by nick | Tags: Amon Tobin, Bassnectar, Camp Bisco, Music Festival, New York, Skrillex
Today I’m excited to bring you details on another great music festival that we have partnered up with, Camp Bisco. Taking place over the weekend of July 12th – 14th, Camp Bisco is a camping music festival that takes place in the woods of upstate New York, bringing in over 25,000 people. This festival was started by The Disco Biscuits, who close out the festival all three nights; for those unfamiliar the Biscuits were one of the first electronic / live acts to really begin taking off and carving the way for live electronic music. Now 11 years later their party has really become something massive bringing in some of the best live music spanning over various, but with a prominent electronic theme. See the Camp Bisco 10 Recap video below for a taste of what to expect.
Headlining this year’s festival with be two of the current kings of bass music, Bassnectar and Skrillex. Sure to blow your mind the Amon Tobin ISAM LIVE live show taking visual lighting effects to another level. Atmosphere always has a memorable live show reminding us that good hip hop does exist. Then A-Trak, Dada Life, Zeds Dead, Mimosa, Porter Robinson, Zedd, Kill the Noise, Mord Fustang, 3LAU, Alvin Risk, The M Machine, Craze, Bonobo, Simian Mobile Disco (DJ Set), and a fat stack of other DJ’s that are going to blow minds day and night. Big Gigantic will be breaking out their jaw dropping light show to the unique infectious sound of bass powered saxophone. Crystal Castles will be performing a live set that should really turn some heads. Break Science featuring Chali 2na of Jurassic 5 is always an exciting performance with a cinematic quality. Also showcasing how great live and electronic music can blend will be Lotus, Gramatik and Eliot Lipp (Live). Don’t forget the I’m only highlighting only a few of the amazing acts on the lineup, which features over 100+ acts playing. To see this many acts for under $200 is incredible.
We’ve got the official mixtape coming out soon featuring music from tons of the artists, as well an announcement of some real exciting things we have going on at Camp Bisco. Don’t forget to grab your 3 day passes and camping passes before prices go up.
Camp Bisco 10 Recap Video
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick