Entry ain't cheap, but this triumvirate of London-based acts justifies every centime. Heading the bill is Kieran 'Four Tet' Hebden. His sound has morphed over the years from pastoral electronic soundscapes to something approaching electronic dance music (albeit a somewhat abstracted version thereof); still, his sets generally contain a healthy dose of head-nodding ambience to offset the rhythmic crunch.
With his latest album 'Immunity' shortlisted for the Mercury Prize, electronica producer Jon Hopkins has come a long way since his days playing keyboards for Imogen Heap. He's now collaborated with Brian Eno and King Creosote, both self-professed fans of Hopkins's lush, melodic electronics tones that sway from gentle dancefloor excursions to blissed-out headphone fodder.
Last and least (but still enticing) is a set from Factory Floor, post-industrial purveyors of glacial, synth-heavy rave music, and a very welcome addition to this big night at Le Cabaret Sauvage.