Gilles Peterson, Boy Better Know, Skream, and more, attempt to shake the London Eye off its axis.
Visual spectacles abounded at this year's Revolutions in Sound, including Erol Alkan's bomber jacket, the back-in-black stylings of the Blitz Club, Fonti from Fonti & Bushkin's crazy suit, and this breathtaking image encapsulating the joys of sky-high clubbing.
Worldwide and Brownswood chief Gilles Peterson brought his reliably ace selecting skills to Revolutions in Sound last week, reviving his famous Sunday afternoon club Talkin' Loud and Sayin' Something with special guests, including one-man percussion whirlwind Spry.
Parrot from Sheffield's Jive Turkey relives his club's mid-80s heyday when he and Winston Hazel were mixing up Chicago house, rare groove and bleepy acid madness to kick-off the Warp-inspiring "northern bleep sound".
The Brooklyn garage house legend joined other Madchester favourites Mike Pickering and Graeme Park in the Fac 51 Hacienda pod for one of the more ecstatic raves taking place on the London Eye.
Walking jazz and soul encyclopedia Patrick Forge launched the sweaty Dingwalls club Talkin' Loud and Sayin' Something in the '80s before joining the then-pirate station Kiss FM. He brought along plenty of Latin jazz to rock the pod.
Skream represented for Rinse FM along with Katy B and Artwork (him from Magnetic Man). He treated punters to a debut spin of Dimitri From Paris's remix of his Rollercoaster single, banged the capsule's windows with terrifying abandon and, ahem, did a wee in a bag. A true pioneer.
Frisco, Shorty, Jammer and JME, aka grime crew Boy Better Know, put the capsule's thick windows through a rigorous test as they revived Wiley's Eskimo Dance night for one of the rowdiest 90 minutes the London Eye will ever bear witness to.
Lily Allen took a break from the storm of controversy blowing around the video accompanying her comeback song, Hard Out Here, by hailing a ride on Revolutions in Sound with London's YoYo crew, which also included special guest Mark Ronson.
The Channel 4 House Party capsule hosted a garage and R'n'B revival with old school garage linchpin DJ EZ and (pictured) 1Xtra man, CJ Beatz.
Thirty capsules, nearly 100 top DJs, a record-breaking multi-stream broadcast around the world, 5km of cable, one helicopter, and months and months and months of headache-inducing planning… and it's all over now. Can clubbing get much higher?