Camp Bisco Crusaders: 12th Planet Artist Spotlight
A measly 10 days is the only barricade that keeps us from one of the festivals that we hold near and dear to our hearts at Sensible Reason: the one-and-only Camp Bisco. Having merged into a full-blown water park music festival in 2015 when it moved locations from the Indian Lookout Country Club in rural NY to the home of Peach Fest upon Montage Mountain of Scranton, PA; there is reason more now than ever before to gather some happy campers and get Bisco’ed up. Aside from the obvious joys of getting to splash around a wave pool while simultaneously arm-flailing to the Biscuits (who will perform multiple sets over the three-night event), Camp has top-notch talent from all over the music spectrum, no matter what you’re into. Bassheads, jammers, and beat-heads alike will be rejoicing to the sounds of headliners like Bisco vet Bassnectar, Pretty Lights (live band), Lotus, Action Bronson, Gramatik, GRiZ and many, many more artists and bands this July 13-15, 2017. Check out the daily lineup below!
This edition of our Camp Bisco Crusaders artist spotlight is dedicated to the Riddim ragers, those who desire the devious drops and dangerous chops, the Gully Squad enthusiasts – because we’re focusing on the man they call the “King of the Underground”, aka 12th Planet.
Accredited with putting the genre of Riddim Dubstep, a chopped-up, lacerating, and ferocious form of heavy bass music on the map, 12th Planet (John Dadzie) has been making waves on the west coast for over a decade; hailing from the hometown of Los Angeles. Dadzie has successfully achieved the invasion and integration of real UK dubstep into the American idea of bass music – and thus has proved the seemingly infinite lengths to which this versatile realm of music can be stretched and distorted while still maintaining originality.
Working alongside some of the gnarliest and nastiest names in the game such as Zomboy, Dodge & Fuski, Virtual Riot and more has garnered more and more attention for this relentless, wreckless, and infectious style of music – and there’s no doubt that 12th Planet has nowhere to go but up, even after 10+ years of slaying it in the scene.
Don’t miss out on your chance to catch the legendary 12th Planet at Camp Bisco 2017 – there’s still time to purchase a LIMITED ALLOTMENT of GA and VIP camping and non-camping passes here. See you on Montage Mountain!