Nothing screams 'nostalgia' quite like one of these retrospective looks at one of the great movements of music - the Ibiza club scene's heyday. Pete Tong, iconic DJ and voice of Radio 1's dance output for so long, has long been joined with the talents of Jules Buckley and his Heritage Orchestra in recreating some of the biggest dance tracks of the past 30 years with a classical lean. They've released albums together - the latest, Ibiza Chilled, out at the beginning of this month. But it's not just getting some classically trained musicians to play over the top of a dance anthem. You can't get any idea of the scale of the work that goes into these reimaginings until you see them all sat there showing you. Despite the superstar DJ stood at the top of the stage and the energetic Buckley jiving around at the front, the real treat in seeing HER-O live is just how much it means to them. At one point, the violinists were caught on the big screen laughing at something one of them had done.
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