Big Eater kicked off proceedings by preaching the punk funk disco gospel, bringing the dancing, energy and vibes. Goblin Prince followed with a captivating performance – tender yet powerful with a delightful mix of eccentricity and balladry. Skiing was the final live act, and if you’re not charmed by his combination of quirky visuals and indie-pop chops then you’re dead inside. He even snuck in a cover of Swing Out Sister’s 80’s classic ‘Break Out’. Finally, Acid Gold took on the DJ duties, traversing everything from cool and credible DiscoPunk right through to pop and hip-hop skirting the edge of good taste.
If you missed out on the night, here’s a little peek into what went down.