Treatment came back to Bournemouth again last night for another injection of cutting edge house music.
The event started at 10pm at the O2 Academy in Bournemouth. The sold out event attracted university students from both Bournemouth and Southampton. The last Treatment event was on Halloween which was also sold out.
Benjiman started off the night with his half an hour slot whilst Loose Collar performed their set in Room 2. As the crowds started to build up, Jonas Rathsman and Isaac Tichauer took over the main room at 10.30pm and they kept the momentum up until Waze and Odyssey could take over.
In Room 2, Grades and Wilfred Giroux played their sets just before Chris Lorenzo started his hour and a half set. Chris Lorenzo has been working with fellow DJ Hannah Wants who is playing in Bournemouth on 14th February.
House duo, Waze and Odyssey, came on at half 12 as a warm up act for Tiga’s set. They played their number 3 hit song “Bump and Grind 2014”, the crowd cheered in delight.
By the time Tiga entered the stage for his set, the crowd was hyped up and ready for his mix. The Canadian DJ played his song “Bugatti” which made the audience go wild.
When it started reaching the early hours of the morning, the top floor was closed off leaving the main room to be the place to be. Krankbrother finished off the early morning with some off their underground techno beats including their song “Thank You Baby” which kept the tempo up right until the end.
Treatment will be coming back to Bournemouth on March 7th with a live set from Ten Walls. Loose Collar will also be joining this event for the second time but this time they will be in the main room. Other acts that will be joining Ten Walls on his live tour are Ejeca, Benton and New York Transit Authority.