Live Review: Clean Bandit at the Corn Exchange Cambridge (08/03/2015)
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Clean Bandit bought their unique classical-house sound to Cambridge last week. Support came from Whilk and Misky and Jess Glyne who provided a perfect lead to the headline set. Jess Glyne is obviously tied directly to Clean Bandit with her appearance on several of their tracks, but proved that she is a standalone artist. Glynne began the show with some of her best tracks ‘Right Here’ and ‘Hold My Hand’ as she hyped up the crowd. Glynne is well on her way to forging a solo-career of her own - something her faultless performance hinted she was more than capable of. As Clean Bandit began it was really Elisabeth Troy who stole the show as she bounced across the stage from beginning to end. Troy, whilst not a band member, she made the most effort to address the crowd and really stole the limelight which was an odd situation considering it was a Clean Bandit gig.
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