Ten Best DJ Booths in EDM: From DJ Shadow to Skrillex, Avicii, and Daft Punk
Skrill pretty much abducted the dub game when he hit the scene back in 2010, and in 2012, he abducted our brains with his massive spaceship stage rig. Lasers galore, fog up the ass and a giant, black angular mystery pod that extends itself into the sky. It looks like something out of a PLUR nightmare, like Giger drew the thing in some heroin-induced stuper - not that we're saying that's a bad thing.
The young stunner from Sweden set off on an ambitious arena tour, the first of its kind for EDM, and he spared no expense on his impressive booth. He plays inside a giant head, though whose head, we can't be sure. The whole thing is bitmapped with intense projections and images, backed by a huge LED screen and flanked by, you guessed it, mega lasers. The top of the head, where the booth actually lies, detaches itself during the performance and sends the young DJ soaring over the crowd, shooting intense lasers out from underneath itself like a UFO. Some say the tour was too ambitious, but who really cares when you look that good.