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Sónar 2011: Day 2

Sónar 2011: Day 2

Our man tests his mettle as the rave kicks up a gear

Kathleen O'Brien aka Katy B, singing direct to the dancefloor
Thursday was gentle – an easing into the festival experience – but yesterday is when Sónar Festival really kicked into gear. With tapas and Estrella coursing round their veins, the audience was thoroughly drawn into Barcelona's bohemianism and ready to go from the beginning of the day. Which is a good thing, as shameless, in-your-face rave music seemed to be the order of the day.
DJ Zinc showed a real sense of how the past is a part of the sound of now

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