As first generation Mexican-Americans, Skellism knows exactly what the term hard work means. Growing up as the children of immigrants the pressure to succeed is massive. Sergio and Sisco have done nothing but used that pressure to channel their inner creative to make a name for themselves in the world of dance music. Harnessing the energy of the rough neighborhoods they grew up in, Skellism has used those influences to create some of the hardest hitting records to ever hit the festival speakers. In 2017 Skellism released their long awaited original with Lil Jon respectfully titled "In The Pit" on the newly relaunched Geffen Records. The mosh pit anthem "a tooth-gnashing collaboration" Billboard called it, exploded onto the scene gaining over 1.7 million views in the first month of release. In its first week alone the record landed in the Spotify US viral charts at #8 and Global viral charts at #17. Skellism's records have been supported by some of the biggest names in dance music such as The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake, Carnage, and Flosstradamus. Making Skellism one of the hardest hitting acts to have their music resonate on the festival mainstage. Having released their trapstyle sound on some of the biggest hard dance labels such as Hard With Style and Q-Dance, Skellism's unique sound has proven that it is here to stay. Skellism look to push this genre into the mainstream in 2017 and see no end in sight on this musical journey.