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Aphex Twin/Squarepusher : Glastonbury The Glade
Shock Glasto sets from the dance heavyweights...
His first Glasto appearance since, what, 1997, encompasses amped-up darkcore rave, classic drum'n'bass and plenty of mutilated gabba, much to the delight of those who believed the rumours and headed up to The Glade for a battering at sunset.
Wearing a green top and his hair tied back, Aphex's rough-handed assault should ideally have been much louder and longer. A final spin of vintage [/a]prepares the swelling audience for an excellent set by [a], whose dippy melodies and digital crunch ease many into a night of fairy-winged debauchery.
But the treats for ravers this weekend don't end there: first Aphex, then the following evening his good friend Tom Squarepusher
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