Into Room 1 and it was easy to see why Julio Bashmore easily filled out the largest room with his user-friendly brand of House. Festival goers shuffled intently to his slow burners, ultimately waiting for that peak, and they were more than satisfied when he dropped his calling card ‘Au Seve’.
Mysterious Jacques Greene put little distance between his R and B sample heavy online persona and his live sets but still gave a slightly harder edge and this was not to his detriment as familial Room 3 responded in typical fashion of throwing a variety of shapes.
Cut to Sunday and Room 1 is understandably more sparse, despite this Skream and Eats Everything in their back to back set were suitably buoyed and providing the crowd with a lot of fun even if the set was a little uneven at times. Eats Everything’s eclectic selections went down well and Vandross classic ‘Never Too Much’ elicited both a sing a long and a pretty physical to handover to Seth Troxler.