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"Drenge, ten points. Eardrums, zero."
"To some people, heartbreak is the catalyst to everything amazing that happens in their life thereafter."
Sean McKenna deems A$AP Rocky to be the best of 2013.
The Little Mermaid sways away from the generic dramatic performance with its use of devised contemporary dance and powerful performances all round, creating something far more interesting and dark.
Combine dreamy, deft vocals and some seriously silky transitioning with intensely layered production and a consistent, deep house undertone throughout and you find Innersense.
"The whole showmanship and going out and doing a show, I see the merit in it, and I think it’s great for other artists but it just isn’t me."
Allow me to clarify that when I say the crowd was energetic and vibrant, I mean there were bodies hurtling, fists flying, t-shirts ripping (and a suit), crowd surfing, stage diving (and rushing) and much more; not entirely what one would expect.
The star of the show, at least according to Tyler and Earl, was definitely Odd Future TV star Dolphin, who provided backing MC vocals and a hyped twerk performance.
"I started sending [my own] stuff into Ministry of Sound and they were like what’s your name? And I was like, ‘Oh fuck, oh okay – Tommy Trash!’ It was a name made out of desperation."
The set was rounded off with probably the night’s biggest drop before Howard made a speedy exit from the stage.