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Old 02-17-2011, 06:10 PM   #106
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I hear a bit of Animal Collective in some of the synths and percussion. I'm midway through my first listen.
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Old 02-18-2011, 04:26 AM   #107
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I can hear some AC, but kind of in a way I can hear AC in bands before AC were even around/big.
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Old 02-18-2011, 11:56 AM   #108
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I can hear some AC, but kind of in a way I can hear AC in bands before AC were even around/big.
Which is why I only used them as an example of the sound I was referring to.
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What does hearing Animal Collective mean, that you hear synths? I guess I don't associate a synthesizer with Animal Collective, is all.

I'd call Sun Airway's album from last year Animal Collective influenced, but not this.
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It's those trippy layered vocals I'm mostly referring to. Like at the end of "Where I'm Going".
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This album is getting more and more enjoyable for me with long-term repeated listens.

Even the irritating songs (Revolution) morph into something lovely by the end of the track.
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Cut Copy on Jimmy Fallon:

Cut Copy on Fallon


I'm really liking Zonoscope more and more. I have a feeling it will be in my top 10 of 2011.
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Old 03-28-2011, 06:09 PM   #113
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I'm really liking Zonoscope more and more. I have a feeling it will be in my top 10 of 2011.
Cut Copy make the transition from album to live so well, it's really surprising for such an electronics-based group.
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Old 04-08-2011, 09:38 AM   #114
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Saw them last night with U2BROTHR. It was a good show, although only 14 songs or so. Also, and this is obviously not their fault, we arrived a bit too late (last song of Holy Ghost's set) and it was PACKED so the closest we could really comfortably get was to the rear of the soundboard. I'm used to being right up close and personal with bands, so it was a bit lesser of a vibe for me. But still alot of fun.

As for the music: they played the songs nearly perfectly, note for note from the album. That's not a bad thing per se, but on certain songs like Sun God etc, I think they could speed them up a few BPMs to really capture that dance feeling. Similar to how I think U2 should've sped up Magnificent live. They certainly know how to recreate all those sounds with live instruments and synths, pretty impressive.

All in all a good show.
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Out of curiosity, did they play Need You Now? They didn't when I saw them, so I was expecting it to be rehearsed for this tour.
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Fortunately, I saw noone even remotely resembling that guy in the crowd. Matter of fact, the crowd was mostly "ridiculously good looking" as the Eye reviewer called it, and I tend to agree

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Well, finally saw Cut Copy headline a home town gig after waiting a good two and a half years for such an occasion, and what a night it was.

At my favourite venue, the Palace Theatre, we managed to snare a possy on the middle level balcony so had a perfect view of the entire stage.. Perfect to immerse ourselves in the total Lights & Music show.

I'd had Corner Of The Sky in my head relentlessly that day (still do) and that didn't disappoint. The chorus and the oooh ooohs are entrenched in my head something shocking. The crowd was bouncing for Saturdays, Where I'm Going and Hearts on Fire especially. The spine tingled at the appropriate moments of Pharaohs & Pyramids (3 minute mark) and Out There On The Ice. Sun God got played in it's awesome entirety. Visions as the intro music into Nobody Lost, Nobody Found was a curious opener, but worked a treat.

Fourth wall was broken down a number of times, a very interactive gig with the boys really moving about the stage with some intensity. Few anticipated the second encore and when they bounced back on stage for one last song, all the exiting people swarmed back Into the venue to Feel The Love.

Here's the Melbourne setlist, 85% sure this is accurate, my only reservation is about the exact positioning of Hearts On Fire. Alisa and Unforgettable Season would have been welcome inclusions, but their absence didn't really detract from an exciting show:

Visions
Nobody Lost, Nobody Found
Where I'm Going
So Haunted
Corner Of The Sky
Lights & Music
Take Me Over
Saturdays
Pharaohs & Pyramids
Hearts On Fire
Sun God

Need You Now
Out There On The Ice

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Damn, I was gonna go to that gig, but I forgot about. FUCK. Looks like a decent set too, albeit very short? How long was the show?

I saw Ice Cube at the Palace, wasn't a big fan of the venue. I like how it's all GA though. Seeing Big Boi there in September. Can't fucking come soon enough.
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