There was a tension surrounding the fact that it was Adams’ first show with a band for four years
The delighted but now possibly hearing-impaired audience had enough for one night. But surely, most will happily come back for more sonic torture
A work in progress, if they can find more tracks that can match ‘Sex’ and ‘The City’ they will be flying, as surely no one wants an 80s white funk revival
A surprisingly great live act, one would have imagined a Clock Opera to be bedroom boys hiding behind their banks of keyboards and failing to engage with an audience, how wrong I was.
For once it didn’t feel like a f***ing catwalk but an actual gig where people had fun and it made me happier than thousands of Mister Freeze & I felt like hugging Mac DeMarco and giving him a Megadude Medal.
A triumphant start to the 7-piece band’s North American tour, which not even superstorm Sandy could derail
Thankfully, on stage the Vancouver duo are the same act we saw pumping out the unrelenting, visceral tones of Post Nothing a few years ago
The new album is perfect for the live arena and Ira Elliot’s drumming becomes more loose and exciting by the gig.
Even in silly amounts of rain, choice acts shone on this year’s varied and slightly unpredictable line-up.
More used to attending festivals in rain soaked fileds than ones next to sun drenched beaches, we couldn’t wait to set off for Spain