Skrillex joined onstage by Ellie Goulding and Rizzle Kicks at tiny London show – video

Dubstep megastar headlined the UK capital's 100-capacity Shacklewell Arms on Sunday (August 26)

Skrillex joined onstage by Ellie Goulding and Rizzle Kicks at tiny London show – video

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Skrillex played a two-hour set at London's Shacklewell Arms on Sunday night (August 26), which you can see fan-filmed footage of below.

The dubstep producer, who is currently working on his debut full-length album, played the gig after a headline set at London's SW4 Weekender on Clapham Common. Tickets were awarded via by an Eat Your Own Ears lottery, and were limited to 100.

During the set, Skrillex played tracks including Childish Gambino's 'We So Sophisticated', Odd Future's 'Radicals', Baauer's 'Harlem Shake', DJ Funk's 'Booty Clap' and a twisted version of The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air theme tune.

The DJ also aired a number of his own tracks, with 'Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites' proving one of the most popular tracks of the night.

He was also joined on stage by friends including Flux Pavilion and girlfriend Ellie Goulding. Brighton hip-hop duo Rizzle Kicks also stepped on stage for a short freestyle.

The following day (August 27), Skrillex made another appearance in the capital appearance at Red Bull’s annual Notting Hill Carnival party alongside Major Lazer and Hudson Mohawke.

You can watch the video for Skrillex's collaboration with metallers Korn 'Get Up' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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