North Water Star was proud to bag this prestigious project, which gave us an opportunity to shoot Nero & Rusko, Live in Bangalore and brought to us by Smirnoff Experience.
Nero won the Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording in 2013 for their remix of Skrillex’s “Promises”, along with vocalist Alana Watson. Recognized as the leading live dub step act in the world, Nero have taken the electronic music by storm with their thunderous festival and club performances and electrifying tracks. The Leeds-born DJ/Producer who ascended with the original U.K dubstep movement – and gave it one of its first and most editing anthems, a bolt of rave lightening called “Cockney Thug”
What’s intriguing is the hand behind live production at the Smirnoff Experience this year, and that’s the American design studio Vita Motus, who are known for bringing to life some breath-taking, 3D-mapped stage productions for Amon Tobin’s ISAM, Infected Mushroom’s Army of Mushrooms tour, and the Do Lab stage at Coachella 2013.
According to a press release, the Smirnoff Experience had visual art installations never ever done in India before. We were the first ones among the crowd to witness something this spectacular.
The Smirnoff Experience concert started off with a bang; the stage was huge and had great visuals, lights, and smoke, making it very mesmerizing. Vita Motus did a great job! The line-up was amazing and the performers all gave their best for the crowd. It was a night that definitely went down in history.
The fans screamed, chanted and cried when their favourite artist came on stage. When the show ended, the people did not want to leave, everyone was happy and amazed and everyone definitely had a great time. Dubstep is very energetic music and there so much energy on stage and in the crowd, making it a night everyone will talk about for a while.