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The first Love International proved that paradise can be found

Croatia has a new best festival

  • Words: Patrick Hinton | Photography: Khris Cowley / Here and Now
  • 13 July 2016
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Pender Street Steppers – Beach Bar, Tuesday

Love International was beginning to wind down by Tuesday with the main stage closed for business, but Pender Street Steppers were having none of it. The Vancouver-hailing duo comprising Jack Jutson and Liam Butler ensured the good times continued to roll unabashed with a two hour set of sparkling disco and house on the shore.

The Mood Hut label the pair are affiliated with is regarded as one of the finest outlets in the world for smooth and sultry house music, and PSS are arguably its brightest stars. After Kornél Kovács had triumphantly closed his prior set with Afefe Iku’s ‘Mirror Dance’, Jutson and Butler took the cue of exultant jams and ran with it, flawlessly moving through a steady flow of upbeat records. It was our final set of the festival, closing out the idyllic experience on a suitably blissed-out note.

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter

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