Have we talked about the Sahara tent yet? Let's talk about the Sahara tent.
Approximately the size of a small airplane hangar, it's where
It was almost frightening, the level of intensity in the space when 17-year-old Garrix dropped the central riff of his hit "Animals," which instantly turned the crowd into a sea of outstretched limbs.
Worth noting: "Animals" was the first song in Garrix's set, followed closely by a pumped-up remix of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by
Who knows? And, more importantly, who cares? The teenage Dutch phenom -- a protege of
Later, Zedd also engaged in some pop-hit remix action, remaking Bastille's "Pompeii" as a bludgeoning stadium-rave jam far more appealing than the forgettable version of the song Bastille itself played earlier Friday. He also teased some electro-goth shades out of "Latch" by Disclosure, the British dance duo slated to appear Sunday at Coachella.
But nothing Zedd, 24, played inspired a bigger response from the Saharans than his own "Stay the Night," which layered Hayley Williams' recorded vocal over a slamming beat so forceful it seemed to vibrate the tent's enormous video screens.
More shaking seems certain Saturday night when