With only one week left until we embark on another musical journey in Miami, we continue our retrospective with the fourth anthemic track. While many songs serve as reminders of 2011’s debauchery, few do so as well as “Cinema” — in particular Skrillex’s remix. The grammy-winning, ear-rattling, floor-shaking tune echoed repeatedly through the festival grounds, converting at least a few listeners to the dubside as it played. In fact, years from now we imagine festival attendees reminiscing while they sing their children to sleep with the unforgettable lyrics of a modern day lullaby, “you are, a cinema, I could watch you forever…” — sans wobbles of course.
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