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"As always, we were left wanting more."
"Cook bounced from edge to edge of the stage and jumped down almost into the crowd to initiate impromptu singalongs."
"[It] really showed why this band has such staying power."
"The Godfather of Goth pranced about the stage, full of swagger."
"Taking over from Dubfire, Moudaber pushed the sound in terms of both tempo and darkness."
"Boombox Cartel dropped an awful set of trap beats, squandering the energy that the previous acts had built up."
"Playing jolly ol' Saint Nicholas was Pat Chow frontman Ben Protasiewicz who, it appeared, had been slamming back glasses of whisky-spiked milk."
"This was not a set to dance to, but more experience."
"A consummate tastemaker in the techno and house scenes."
"With only a few tracks left in the set, a huge mosh of smiling guys broke out into a mini circle-pit."