Easter Sunday always delivers with parties. Falling at the end of a four day weekend with another day of rest still allowed the bank holiday is always a huge blowout, a spring festivity of glorious . An extra day of partying means an extra emphasis on the rave, and consequently Plug have come up with the goods in terms of delivering an eggcellent (sorry!) offering for the Easter weekend.
Topping the bill is Swedish superstar Eric Prydz. The monster producer has become one of the hugest names in modern dance music on account of his undeniable ability to deliver across the board. Whilst ‘Call on Me' and ‘Proper education' caused seismic ripples in the mainstream, it's his main room status and underground credibility which really marks him out as an iconic figure.
Take his two biggest and most diverse tracks form last year. ‘Pjanoo' was the smash tune of 2008, soundtracking the Ibizan dancefloors and the sets of Djs as wide and varied as Pete Tong, Carl Cox, Tiga and Danny Howells. And then there was his remix of Smith & Selway's ‘Total Departure under his Cirez D moniker, a blistering constantly ascending techno track that got Dubifre, Laurent Garnier and John Digweed hot under the collar. Whether knocking out chart fodder or underground heaters, Prydz delivers time and time again.
He's joined by French lothario Sebastian Leger, a man who has quickly become the most versatile of his hugely successful peers by crashing headlong into the techno sphere after tearing house music limb from limb. He's well on the road to glory, leaving a slew of plaudits in his slipstream as he continues to receive a gamut of praise from those around him..