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Glastonbury 2016: The music that made it magical

Fuck the mud, fuck the rain and fuck Brexit, we had an absolute ball regardless

  • Funster & Dave Turner
  • 29 June 2016
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Tiga b2b Seth Troxler - Beat Hotel, Thursday

This year the Beat Hotel gifted us with one of their biggest, most impressive line-ups to date. There have always been highlight sets there to choose from but 2016 was pretty silly. Special back-to-back performances from Midland, Joy Orbison & Ben UFO and Four Tet & Floating Points brought hoards of dancers to the best house party on site but another first time pairing stole the show for us. Tiga and Seth Troxler, two of the most enigmatic selectors in the game, went head-to-head and it was a joy. We donned our slippers and grabbed a Pina Colada to watch the madness from the bedroom on stage and the two picked out records in front of us, dancing around to the sounds of house, techno, disco and acid. The Johnny Aux remix of 'Where It's At' sums up the levels of gangster sleaze the dons were pulling out. Words: Funster

[Photo Credit: Milly Baker]

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