The Crystal Method put on yet another awesome performance as they have been doing since 1993 when they pioneered the electronic music scene. Crystal Method played for the umpteenth time on December 10th, 2016 at Beta nightclub in Denver Colorado. Scott Kirkland muted the music at one point to say, “Every time I play here, I feel like a kid again!” Scott’s energy, excitement, and passion for his music is very apparent. Scott had a health-scare in 2013 and doctors diagnosed him with a benign posterior fossa arachnoid cyst in the brain. After surgery and an infection, Scott is back and stronger than ever, and it was very apparent in his concert. Scott would occasionally wear his headphones so the head strap covered his eyes giving him a galactic spaceman or terminator look that fit the mood of lights, smoke, and confetti in the club.
Crystal Method has come a long way from their home studio named, “The Bomb Shelter” in the early 90’s. They have now toured all over the world, several times, been featured in several video games, and just released their 20th anniversary signature box set. Scott’s positivity and all-around happiness in what he does is very apparent from watching him perform. Scott and the crowd had the most energy when he played perhaps his most known song “Keep Hope Alive” from his first album titled Vegas.