Here's the great thing about music festivals: Everyone almost everyone walks away with a uniquely-awesome and very different experience. Back in July, the music blog Break on a Cloud sent a crew to Camp Bisco to document their experience at one of the Northeast's most popular electronic music festivals. Here's what they came back with.
A few details on the project, via Break on a Cloud:
Back in July of this year, Break on a Cloud sent Tram 17 Productions to Camp Bisco with a couple credentials in order to capture the true environment of the widely recognized EDM festival. The result, Camp Bisco’s first all-encompassing documentary. At 18-minutes long, Life on the Rails: Camp Bisco, which follows two young videographers from T17 exploring the festival while intertwining humorous interviews with artists including Lotus and The Knocks, concert highlights from headline acts Skrillex and Bassnectar, and nostalgic vignettes from inside the festival campgrounds. This short documentary captures the energy, the absurdity, and community of a music festival. Life on the Rails: Camp Bisco takes its name from the railing that separates fans from the stage, and is also a nod to the railing on which trams run.