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Thick darkness and static bodies create a nocturnal assault course like something out of a game of Tron. It’s this high spec, high intensity environment that Planet Trance hopes will set it apart from the pack. By midnight, the no-holds-barred production has stepped up a gear. The crowd, a mixture of long-time trancers and fresh-faced newbies, stare hypnotised at the evolving images projected in front of the stage.
The arrival of Radio 1 incumbent Jordan Suckley snaps them back into reality. His upfront set is peppered with classics. We are reminded of the timelessness of seminal progressive crossover ‘Heaven Scent’, which, unlike many tracks from that era, doesn’t sound out of place among today’s polished productions.
The announcement of the end of Suckley’s set is greeted by a mixture of disappointment and adulation. But as the night draws to a close, Gareth Emery’s 2012 smash ‘Concrete Angel’ shows any that this often ignored genre is more alive and diverse than ever.