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Andrew Wowk predicts the demise of commercial electronic music in 2014.
The quality of the music and the surrounds far outweighed what can be put down to teething problems associated with using a new venue.
It’s important to stress the music all night was fantastic, but the organisers would do well to go back to basics, so to speak, for the next ONO.
Hell, you know you’ve done a good job when you can get the hipsters in the crowd to dance. Four Tet was utterly amazing.
The trademark Reel Big Fish silliness was almost in overdrive throughout and it was wonderful to see a band that has been around as long as them still having that much fun.
The whole set peaked and dipped at exactly the right moments, with lush, emotive pieces such as Lost And Found, which featured an uber-cool pulsing wave emanating across pools of lava each time there was a clap in the track