Opening for indie dance pop sensations Passion Pit, Brahms and Tokyo Police Club did a fantastic shop of dissipating the crowd’s inertia. And once the youngsters in the audience were in motion, they didn’t stop all night. The floor of the venue was a sea of bouncing, weaving, swaying teens and twenty-somethings until the very last note.
As I mentioned in my Passion Pit post a few days ago, the lighting for each band was radically different. Brahms relied almost entirely on their backlit plexiglass pulpits while TPC used a more standard lighting scheme. And then Passion pit took the stage amidst more light than a nuclear explosion.
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First up, Brahms:
Tokyo Police Club:
Shot on assignment for Eleven Magazine.