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Rudimental Absolutely Smashed Hackney Empire Last Night

Last night saw ShortList and Lynx's second gig from our 48 Hours To... series, this time featuring UK chart toppers Rudimental.

The act played to a packed out crowd at Hackney Empire for a special one off free gig, tickets of which were completely snapped up within 6 minutes. Which is pretty impressive right?

What followed can only be described as a heaving explosion of dance brilliance and possibly the loudest Thursday night we've ever had. 

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[Images: Tom Barnes]

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