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"They power through a mix of tunes, almost more like a DJ set rather than a band."
"Going through their collection of tunes is pretty enjoyable, although they rely on audience participation a bit much."
"it's no wonder their setlists read like a greatest hits compilations, but we can't imagine it would be better any other way."
"All in all a great party, going through the realms from indie-rock to electronic-indie."
"The Upbeats throw in some dancehall vocals and old-school breaks before returning to the tear-out drum’n’bass."
"Alison throws in some Lorde, which, as expected, gets the crowd riled up once more, before ending the night with some big-room house."
As The Funkoars put it, this is how hip hop is supposed to sound.
Dayelle does a smashing job on microphone duty and lets tunes run appropriately.
J5 play too many great songs to mention, but Quality Control, High Fidelity, Without A Doubt and What’s Golden really get the crowd moving.