East coasters, you're camp out is here. This week Camp Bisco kicks off in upstate New York and we know you're ready to go. ThisSongIsSick.com is bringing you a bit of the action both at home and at the fest.  The first bit is an exclusive mixtape for the occasion.  Featuring selected Camp Bisco artists like Wolfgang Gartner, Bassnectar, Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus, STS9, Heroes x Villains, and Boys Noize, this 25-track mixtape will  give you a full taste of the mayhem going down this weekend.  As ThisSongIsSick reported, "the playlist ranges from a mixture of premiered unreleased songs to huge originals or remixes with lots of free downloads," so you know we had to bring it to you and make sure you got the goods.    Grab these downloads while you can because they might be gone soon!

If you're going to Bisco too, keep reading for more treats. ThisSongIsSick will also be curating their own stage takeover just as Boysnoize Records/OWSLA and French Express are doing.  Their stage will include Gramatik, Dirtyphonics, Crizzly, Congorock, Heroes x Villians, and HeRobust.  What does this mean?  If you want to turn up and get away from the jam bands, you know where you need to be.

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And for a final treat, campers will be able to attend ThisSongIsSick.com-organized meet & greets with some of your favorite Bisco artists! When you get to Bisco, check out TSIS's new interactive booth to meet the guys behind the site, check out merch and go back again when your favorite artist is there to get your picture taken! As you can imagine, this will be popular so if you're set on meeting your favorite artist, then make sure to get there early enough because there will be lines!

Check back for exact time on day of each festival at 12:00PM EST that day.

Clockwork - Friday – 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Paper Diamond - Friday – 5:00 – 6:00 (TIME TBA)
TBA – Saturday – TIME TBA
Break Science - Saturday – 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Crizzly - Saturday -TIME TBA

For more details on the schedule and all the fine print, head over to TSIS for the original post!