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After Skrillex and href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/boys-noize">Boys Noize were spotted working together on social media, preparing for their only 2017 appearance as href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/dog-blood">Dog Blood (at href="http://dancingastronaut.com/2017/05/dog-blood-says-hard-summer-will-festival-2017/">HARD Summer, this weekend), the dubstep pioneer teased a potential cameo in the making on Twitter.class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"> dir="ltr" lang="en">Bringing href="https://twitter.com/boysnoize">@boysnoize to href="https://twitter.com/WebsterHall">@WebsterHall for a Dog Blood set in addition to mine , cool? href="https://t.co/PoHRGfokZE">pic.twitter.com/PoHRGfokZE
Obviously, an appearance from the elusive super group would send the club off in the finest fashion possible and fans will surely rejoice in the adorably lighthearted slideshow of the two riding bicycles together through the city like true best friends. Whether Boys Noize producer Alex Ridha will make an appearance after all is yet to be determined, but it seems not unlikely considering the two will likely travel together from Germany to Los Angeles this weekend.