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I’m Shmacked Sells Out Levels Banger

What Nat Geo does for documentaries about nature and shit, “I’m Shmacked” does for the wild college party lifestyle in the form of Youtube films that gander millions of views. And tonight, syllabus week at Penn State is the subject.

At a sold-out concert at Levels Nightclub, I’m Shmacked will host a banger featuring music by the EDM acts, DVBBS and DJ Carnage. According to the I’m Shmacked Twitter account, crews will be “starting to actually film tonight.” In 2011, Penn State was featured in a party video of its own that raked in over 150,000 hits. But with I’m Schmacked gaining headline attention and anything Penn State being over-blown by the media, something tells me that this year’s shoot will attract many more eyes.

DVBBS is a Canadian brother-duo that mixes a pop-driven style with bursts of auto-tuned vocalization, pounding dance-floor beats and drops that crash like tidal waves. The ragey EDM group (@DVBBS) is rising in notoriety, recently opening up for DEADMAU5 on New Years Eve. And from the Tweets from the “Woozy Gang,” Penn State appears to be in for one hell of a time.

DJ Carnage (@djcarnage) has more of an aggressive trap style that blends hip-hop with a bassy, rough-neck vibe.

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