OWSLA has been celebrating its fifth anniversary this week with a righteous helping of hype. After all, the Skrillex-headed imprint has risen to become perhaps electronic music's most influential artist label during the past half decade, having introduced now popular artists like Porter Robinson and Zedd in addition to continuing its commitment to good music irrespective of genre with acts like Hundred Waters and Mija.
They capped off the week of festivities with a party in collaboration with wave-making L.A. party crew Brownies & Lemonade. OW5LA x B&L featured performances by Team EZY, Vindata, Oshi, Anna Lunoe, and What So Not B2B Baauer before a deluge of sparklers popping out of bottles brought their set to a close. After Marshmello & Dillon Francis led the crowd in a happy birthday singalong, 50 Cent's "In Da Club" rang off and opened a massive B2B fit for the occasion.
Skrillex B2B What So Not B2B Slushii B2B Valentino Khan B2B Baauer took the booth in what felt more like an OWSLA open-decks party than anything. Their set was free form, exploratory and raucous, setting the stage for five more years of success, maybe beyond - closing with "Deep Down Low", Valentino Khan's 2015 hit that has become a festival mainstay and club anthem.
Check out additional footage from the party via legendary videographer Glenjamn below: