Annie Mac

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As of 7pm on a Friday, the weekend officially starts on Radio 1 with Annie Mac. No pre party would be complete without an Annie Mac set blaring through the speakers and whatever problems you faced during the week, now seem irrelevant after that first drink. Now imagine seeing Annie and special guests work their magic in a sellout party of 2700 people in the o2 academy Leeds. I was lucky enough to attend this musical soiree on Friday and had the chance to see some of this year’s hottest talent with my own eyes. True to form, my friends and I managed to push our way to the front – yes, we are those annoying people who barge past you at gigs – just in time for the party to begin. First to grace the stage were Disclosure, who got the crowd going with chart toppers “Control” and “Latch”; Annie Mac even tweeted at this point saying “Arrived in Leeds O2 to hear 2,700 people sing ‘Latch’ at the top of their voices. Go Disclosure!..” so as you can imagine, it was an intense start to the night! Arguably one of the most anticipated songs of the night was Feel The Love – Rudimental. The combination of the strobe lights, the saxophonist and the amazing voice of John Newman was enough to send shivers down your spine and led to 2700 people screaming the lyrics at the top of their lungs – I’m still singing it in my head 3 days later! Shortly after Rudimental had made my hairs stand on end, the moment we’d been waiting for had finally arrived – Annie Mac. She stood behind the somewhat makeshift DJ booth (it resembled a table covered in tin foil – in fact, I think it was a table covered in tin foil) and mixed all that was good from 2012 with old school classics and anything with a beat the crowd could bounce to. Annie’s music and sheer talent speaks for itself, but my only criticism is her lack of flare. Perhaps she is deep in concentration and lost in the music, but the…...

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